(EFE) – Liverpool, after the tough match against Milan in the Champions League, cemented their triumph against Crystal Palace (3-0) with the corners, from where the three goals of the match emerged.
A goal from Sadio Mané, who rested against the milanistas, another from Mohamed Salah and the third from Naby Keita was enough for Jürgen Klopp’s men to beat an uncomfortable Palace, who played the Reds face to face and dreamed of getting something positive from Anfield.
Patrick Vieira’s men, with a great Gallagher Cone, hovered around the goal for much of the game, both in the first minutes, where they even crashed a ball on the post, and in the second half, until both Salah killed them.
The Egyptian was the one who led to the arrival of the three goals, first in a play rehearsed in a corner where he finished off at the near post, Guaita made a save and Mané sent the rejection to the net, and later, ten minutes to go end, impaling a loose ball in the box after another corner kick.
In addition, Salah put the corner of the third, where Guaita cleared in the first instance, but could not do anything against Keita’s volley from outside the area.
Liverpool save a difficult week with two victories and lead the Premier with thirteen points, awaiting what Manchester United does on Sunday. The ‘Reds’ will visit Norwich City on weekdays in the League Cup.