Liverpool and a hard blow to Manchester United

This morning Liverpool was a machine against Manchester United, thrashed them 5-0 at Old Trafford for the ninth round of the Premier League and continues to lurk from the leader, Chelsea.A hat-trick from Mohamed Salah (PT 38 and 45+5m, ST 5m), one from Naby Keita (PT 5m) and another from Diogo Jota (PT 13m) doomed the Classic of English football for a memorable performance by those led by Jürgen Klopp.The Egyptian attacker goes through a great moment with 14 goals and three assists in his last ten games. Salah is the first player in the club’s history to score consecutively in that many games and with 107, he surpassed the record of Didier Drogba (104) to become the African player who scored the most times in the Premier League.De start to finish, Liverpool dominated the game and shined their effectiveness in each attack. Compact and concentrated, he crushed his rival who looked lost and delivered in the last minutes. To top it off, he was left with ten players for the expulsion of Paul Pogba in the infraction reviewed by the VAR against Keita that earned him a red card (ST 15m). Cristiano Ronaldo played the entire match for United and was annulled a goal for offside at the behest of VAR, minutes after the 0-5.La continuity of Ole Gunnar Solskjær as manager of Manchester was hanging by a thread. The Norwegian was already in the eye of the storm for the poor performance of the team that even with Cristiano suffered several defeats. It should be noted that a sector of the United fans began the withdrawal from the stadium 15 minutes into the second half in a clear sign of discontent.

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