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There was a feeling that this was a must-win game for the Reds prior to proceedings, even though failure to do so would not have been fatal.
It was to be a great night for them, though, as they cruised to their most emphatic ever away victory in European football.
It was the Brazilian’s fifth goal of the season, and it was a pleasing moment for him after a below-par run of form of late.
Salah made it 3-0 before 20 minutes had even been played, with Firmino turning provider, and there was still time for a fourth goal before half-time.
The Egyptian got his second of the night, after just getting to the ball before Firmino – it’s now eight goals in a Liverpool shirt in just 13 appearances.
A sixth strike of the campaign from Firmino came early in the second-half, and after a lull in the match, it looked as though the scoring had ended.
Klopp’s men are now top of their Champions League group, following Sevilla’s surprise 5-1 beating at the hands of Spartak Moscow – a result that was an added bonus on the night.