FW Mohamed Salah, 10 - Clinical.
It was felt that at the start of the 2017/18 season his career at Liverpool was probably done for, only for the 32-year old to prove everyone wrong, set a new assist record for a single Champions League campaign and become a key cog in Klopp's midfield. His second goal involved a bit more skill as he ran through on goal and clipped it (via a deflection) into the far corner of the net to make it 0-2.
A rampant Salah then applied the gloss with a fourth goal with 13 minutes to play.
It was a fitting tribute to a man who gives everything for this team only to very rarely get the recognition that the likes of Salah or Firmino do, that Mohamed Salah palmed off the man of the match award despite his three goals, instead preferring to give it to Milner in the post-match celebrations.
Mohamed Salah; excellent team-mate, hat-trick hero and definitely not a one-season wonder.
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For Milner, it was a special afternoon after 16 years of excellence in the Premier League.
He said: "You could see how good he was straight away".
The Egyptian opened his account midway through the first half, netting the rebound after Asmir Begovic parried Roberto Firmino's fierce shot. Salah reacted quickest to slam home, but he was helped out by being just offside: everyone seemed to pause waiting for the assistant's flag, but it stayed down.
The second and third however were pure class, Salah bursting through on both occasions and riding a vicious challenge from Cook for his second before rounding Begovic not once but twice for his second.
It was no surprise however when Liverpool struck first after 26 minutes.
Manchester United shrugged off a poor recent run as they beat bottom side Fulham 4-1. Jurgen Klopp has taken his time with the Guinean and it may well pay off spectacularly. The first goal was a real key moment in the match. Everyone wants to topple the Champions, and so they have to be at their best every single week.