#1 Front three looks on song
Liverpool’s front three looked disjointed during the early weeks of last season, but it has been quite the opposite this season. Despite pairing up with their teammates at different times because of international commitments, Roberto Firmino, Mohamed Salah, and Sadio Mane looked threatening in the two games they have taken part this season.
The Reds breezed past Norwich City in the first game with Divock Origi getting deployed through the left-wing, while the attacking department looked lost when Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain started in the Super Cup game. With the introduction of the Brazilian in the second half, the game got altered – enabling the Reds to hold up the ball and create havoc in the offensive department.
After a tiring game in Istanbul, Jurgen Klopp had one motto to secure three points. The first half was not a fascinating performance as Sadio Mane scored a screamer from the edge of the box. In the early stages of the second part of the game, Roberto Firmino had two glorious chances, out of one which he slotted past the Saints keeper Angus Gunn.
Mohamed Salah has two goals contributions in three games, with Roberto Firmino and Sadio Mane bagging three and four respectively. The backline of Arsenal is not the greatest – handing over a chance to run over them. Liverpool, at Anfield, have scored 12 goals against Arsenal over three seasons.