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Salah opened the scoring as Klopp's men ran riot in the final 23 minutes to extend their unbeaten start to the Premier League season.

A swipe at Sergio Ramos or pure coincidence, after Mo Salah appeared to mimic his rival's two-handed celebration in the 3-0 win over Watford? If I don't say anything about their work in the last two games then I will not do it in the rest of the season'. I don't agree but it's a free world and he can say whatever he wants.

Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp accepted Jordan Henderson's dismissal in their 3-0 win over Watford.

'It was a really mature performance.

They may feel particularly aggrieved by the officiating in this game, denied a penalty in the second half, and most of the crowd at Vicarage Road will probably tell you that every 50-50 seemed to go the way of the visitors. It wasn't that clear we controlled the game.

"In similar games previous year, we were not that convincing".

"You don't get a lot of shots against them". Controlling it, staying that mood, that's positive, it is new for us. "It was exactly how it had to be in our situation". They play good football, are lively, and well organised in a 4-4-2 with a good game-plan.

He said: 'To explain how difficult it is to prepare for a game like this is hard.

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"I think they were both yellow cards, but things like this happen", Klopp said.

"It was still good".

The 26-year-old joined Jurgen Klopp's side from Southampton in June 2016, and has scored 40 goals for Liverpool, forming a deadly frontline alongside Roberto Firmino and Mohamed Salah. "He played three of the last four I think and did well, it's all good". "You play in a defensive-midfield situation and I don't know how many challenges Hendo had today or situations where he had to be closing the player or space".

"So now he misses the Everton game".

Let us know your thoughts in the comments. "That's how it is". Robertson went in clumsily on Hughes, but the referee doesn't give it!

'But we had Trent and Dejan at 100 per cent, so we didn't have to make a decision.

There's a real feel good factor around Liverpool at the moment, but that will need to translate into silverware sooner rather than later.

The first half was a grim affair, Watford perhaps marginally the more threatening team, but neither side found any fluency.