Liverpool's RB Leipzig win proves Wenger right over Klopp's Salah, Firmino, Mane dilemma

First, the Brazilian poked the ball past him, then he chased the loose ball down and forced Marcel Sabitzer to play the ball too long for Angelino, allowing Salah to meet the loose ball and slot home.

Firmino had little to do with the second goal, as Mane was played over the top by Andy Robertson before passing home after another defensive mix-up at the back.

But that didn’t stop the centre-forward’s desire to get forward and continue to cause problems for the Leipzig defence.

In an ideal world, Klopp will be able to continue next season with the same front three he had when Liverpool conquered Europe, the world and the Premier League.


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