Liverpool vs Newcastle
Premier League
12:30pm Saturday 14th September

(Att: 51430)

Sadio Mane scored twice as Liverpool came from behind to maintain their 100 per cent start to the season with a 3-1 victory over Newcastle.
Newcastle chose a shock early lead through Jetro Willems’ powerful attack (7) but Liverpool, that enjoyed 80 per cent possession in the first half, turned things around before half-time together with Mane (28, 40) taking his tally for goals from the Premier league that year to four.
Liverpool continued to dominate after the break and the match was eventually made safe by Mohamed Salah as Jurgen Klopp’s side extended their lead over Manchester City, that face Norwich live on Sky Sports at 5.30pm, at the top to five factors.
Newcastle fall is seen by A defeat of the season to 16th at the table.
Anfield was left stunned after just seven minutes after Willems, chose out by Christian Atsu around the flank, cut inside Trent Alexander-Arnold using an excellent part of art before hitting a powerful right-footed shot to the top corner.
Klopp had a response from his side when Andy Robertson squared to Mane, who curled a great finish into the top right corner from inside the playground and he acquired one.
It had been Liverpool. The hosts thought they ought to have had a penalty when while attacking a corner Joel Matip looked to have been hauled down by Jamaal Lascelles, but referee Andre Marriner, and VAR, remained unmoved.
Liverpool finally took the lead five minutes before the break because of a touch of good luck.
Roberto Firmino, on in place of the Divock Origi, slid the ball through to Mane however, the ball rebounded off Martin Dubravka and onto Mane to hand the Senegal global a.
Firmino was again Liverpool’s creator as Salah doubled his side’s advantage. Salah was released by the striker’s lovely backheeled flick pass in behind the Newcastle defence and he ended to expand Liverpool’s winning run.
Next up from the Premier League for Liverpool is really a trip to Stamford Bridge to face Frank Lampard’s Chelsea on Sunday, September 22, live on Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Premier League (kick-off in 4.30pm).
Before that, Klopp’s side’s Champions League defence will get underway on Tuesday from Serie A side Napoli at the San Paolo stadium (kick-off in 8pm).
Newcastle are also live on Sky Sports next weekend when they face Brighton at St James’ Park on Saturday, September 21 (kick-off at 5.30pm).
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