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After Liverpool 9-0 Bournemouth - a new goalscorer in Klopp's team.

By Charles Cornwall

After Liverpool 9-0 Bournemouth - a new goalscorer in Klopp's team.

The feeling of victory is sweet, especially after such a convincing and dominant display.

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The Reds equalled their Premier League winning record with goals from Roberto Firmino and Luis Diaz. Harvey Elliott, Trent Alexander-Arnold, Virgil van Dijk and Fabio Carvalho also scored as Jürgen Klopp's men secured their first league win of the season.

The feeling of victory is sweet, especially after such a convincing and dominant display.  Liverpool have got themselves on track in the win column, and the overall standings section is looking healthy too. Whatever nerves there were in the match were almost completely dissipated after six minutes of high intensity. Diaz made a tremendous leap and Elliott dazzled some more to put the hosts firmly in control.

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The hosts continued to play some brilliant football and could have added to the scoreline before Alexander-Arnold and Firmino did the same. The fifth came on the stroke of half-time and Klopp's side became the first Liverpool team to score five goals in the first half of a league game since 1958.

An own goal made it 6-0 after the break and Firmino, Carvalho and Diaz scored in front of the Kop as the Reds ran riot. Attempts to secure tenth place were unsuccessful, but this was the biggest Premier League win in the club's history.  

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Not to be outdone, Alexander-Arnold scored a goal of his own 22 minutes later. His was even better, as he shot from a slightly greater distance, but it still flew into the top corner. Mark Travers had no chance in front of goal at Anfield Road.

The number 66 made the sixth goal, although he was not credited with the assist. Chris Mepham was forced to deal with a cross from the right. Had the Bournemouth defender not acted, Luis Diaz was waiting to finish.


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