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Bournemouth 0-3 Liverpool
Premier League, Dean Court
December 7, 2019
Goals: Oxlade-Chamberlain 35′, Keita 44′, Salah 54′
It was another good juggling act from Klopp to keep his squad fresh, playing a big part and earning comfortable results—and this one might have been the most cruisey game of the season so far.
The Reds had a few half-chances early on, but it was mostly long spells of dominant possession and quick challenges to win back the ball in midfield.
Oxlade-Chamberlain opened the scoring before the break with a fine first-time finish, latching onto a brilliant diagonal pass from Jordan Henderson.
Liverpool never really looked like dropping points from that moment on, and Keita—who was quiet before that point—took centre stage.
A well-worked move between himself and Salah saw the No. 8 poke home the second, then they combined once more as Keita turned provider for a nice finish from Salah.
The pattern thereafter was possession, control and sporadic chances on goal, as Liverpool saw out the rest of the match with ease.
Three more points, a very comfortable afternoon and another step toward the title for Liverpool.