Published On: Sat, Sep 12th, 2020

Liverpool 4-3 Leeds: Mohamed Salah hat-trick sees Reds edge past impressive newcomers | Football | Sport

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Liverpool 4-3 Leeds – Premier League

-Liverpool had to work very hard to win their opening match as they look to defend their title

-Mohamed Salah scored from the penalty spot inside five minutes but Jack Harrison did brilliantly to equalise

-Virgil van Dijk headed home from Andy Robertson corner on 20 minutes but Patrick Bamford made it 2-2 at Anfield with a clever finish

-Salah hammered home with 10 minutes to half-time to give the Reds a lead once again

-Mateusz Klich leveled for Leeds in sensational opening weekend clash midway through the second half

-Mohamed Salah netted a last-gasp penalty to earn hard-fought victory

Liverpool XI: : Alisson, Alexander-Arnold (Matip 89), Gomez, Van Dijk, Robertson, Wijnaldum, Henderson (Jones 66), Keita (Fabinho 58), Mane, Salah, Firmino.

Leeds XI: Meslier, Ayling, Koch, Struijk, Dallas, Phillips, Klich (Shackleton 81), Harrison, Hernandez (Roberts 62), Costa, Bamford (Rodrigo 62).

Liverpool secured all three points in a hard-fought win against Leeds with Mohamed Salah netting a hat-trick.

The Premier League newcomers were just minutes from securing a point at Anfield but for a Rodrigo foul in the penalty box.

Salah stepped up to net his second from the spot and hand Jurgen Klopp’s side all three points.

Salah said on Sky Sports: “It was at times so tough to play, especially here at Anfield without the fans

“They pressed well and their intensity was really high. We had a good game. We shouldn’t have conceded three but overall we did a good job

“They’re a tough team and they reacted really well.

“They scored three goals against us so we have to keep improving.”

Liverpool and Leeds both struggled defensively in the match as the attackers took centre stage.

The Reds took an early lead but Marcelo Bielsa’s side hit back every time they snuck ahead.

That was underlined by Klopp saying ‘Wow’ on the full-time whistle as he knew the champions had to work very hard for the win.

Liverpool return to action against Chelsea next Sunday at Stamford Bridge (4.30pm).

Many have tipped Frank Lampard’s side to challenge the Reds for the Premier League title this season.



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