Liverpool 3 – Bournemouth 0
Liverpool are gearing up for a fantastic end to the season.
Will Jurgen Klopp win his first trophy at Anfield as Liverpool lift the Champions League?
That’s definitely on the cards, after the Reds dodged Real Madrid and Bayern Munich to draw Roma in the semis.
On Saturday in the Premier League, Liverpool were back to business against Bournemouth.
All three Liverpool strikers hit the target.
Sadio Mane opened in the first half. Mohamed Salah’s ‘eyes in the back of his head’ header doubled the lead.
Roberto Firmino bagged a late third, which the Brazilian fully deserved.
It’s also worth noting that James Milner got involved in the jokes too.
Another hat-trick for Mo today…. just waiting for the other two to be confirmed by the claims panel😜 https://t.co/GPYt4vHMn8
— James Milner (@JamesMilner) April 14, 2018
Jordan Henderson trolled Harry Kane
After the Bournemouth match,, Jordan Henderson spoken to BT Sport.
Henderson was asked for his reaction to Salah, who scored his 30th Premier League goal of the season.
Last week the Premier League gave Harry Kane Tottenham’s second goal against Stoke.
That provoked Henderson into ribbing his England team mate. On Salah, Henderson said:
He told me he’s going to claim all of them!
The comment revealed just how much the Liverpool squad after behind Salah in his battle with Kane.
"He told me he's going to claim all of them!" 🤣
Jordan Henderson raves about Mohamed Salah…and can't resist a joke with @HKane 👏
— Football on BT Sport (@btsportfootball) April 14, 2018
Can Harry Kane still catch Salah?
While Kane is obviously playing catchup in the goalscoring stakes, it’s still a bit too early to count the Tottenham striker out of catching Salah.
It’s worth remembering that Kane finished last season on fire scoring four against Leicester and three against Hull.
Spurs also have a game in hand over Liverpool. And Spurs have a ‘good’ run of fixtures until the end of the campaign as they take on teams including Stoke, Brighton, Watford, Newcastle, West Brom and Leicester City.
Could Tottenham win all those matches until the end of the Premier League season?