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Easy victory for Liverpool against Watford

Fans of Liverpool used the international break to reflect on the last time their team played away against Watford. It was the year Liverpool was going to win the leagueand they were still unbeaten. Until they faced Watford, who beat Liverpool 3-0 at Vicarage Road. After a season in the Championship, Watford is back in the Premier League and they played Liverpool at Vicarage Road again. Can they repeat their last result, or is Liverpool too strong this time?

King Salah

Liverpool dominated this match from the start, with Mohamed Salah playing a vital part for his team again. Salah played Mane is with an oustanding pass which the Senegalese striker evidently put past Ben Forster in Watford’s goal. Right before half-time Bobby Firmino scored the second goal for Liverpool. With a 0-2 lead the Reds went back into the dressing room. Early in the second half Firmino with his second and King Salah himself doubled the score. An easy 0-4 lead for the Reds, which gave Klopp the chance to make some changes.

Important week for Liverpool

As easy victory was exactly what Liverpool needed at the start of an important week. They are now heading to Madrid to face Atletico Madrid in the Champions League. Then on the weekend they play against Manchester United. A match-up that’s always tough for both teams. Which team will come out on top in this battle? It’s also a battle between Cristiano Ronaldo and Mohamed Salah. Two of the greatest forwards in the Premier League at the moment. Will CR7 do it at home, or can Salah lead Liverpool to another victory in the lions den? Book your Manchester United v Liverpool tickets securely online on Livefootballtickets and watch this match live at Old Trafford.

Fans of Liverpool used the international break to reflect on the last time their team played away against Watford. It was the year Liverpool was going to win the leagueand they were still unbeaten. Until they faced Watford, who beat Liverpool 3-0 at Vicarage Road. After a season in the Championship, Watford is back in the Premier League and they played Liverpool at Vicarage Road again. Can they repeat their last result, or is Liverpool too strong this time?

King Salah

Liverpool dominated this match from the start, with Mohamed Salah playing a vital part for his team again. Salah played Mane is with an oustanding pass which the Senegalese striker evidently put past Ben Forster in Watford’s goal. Right before half-time Bobby Firmino scored the second goal for Liverpool. With a 0-2 lead the Reds went back into the dressing room. Early in the second half Firmino with his second and King Salah himself doubled the score. An easy 0-4 lead for the Reds, which gave Klopp the chance to make some changes.

Important week for Liverpool

Firmino completed his hat-trick late in the game. An easy victory was exactly what Liverpool needed at the start of an important week. They are now heading to Madrid to face Atletico Madrid in the Champions League. Then on the weekend they play against Manchester United. A match-up that’s always tough for both teams. Which team will come out on top in this battle? It’s also a battle between Cristiano Ronaldo and Mohamed Salah. Two of the greatest forwards in the Premier League at the moment. Will CR7 do it at home, or can Salah lead Liverpool to another victory in the lions den? Book your Manchester United v Liverpool tickets securely online on Livefootballtickets and watch this match live at Old Trafford.