Liverpool climb back to top four following demolition of Bournemouth

Liverpool demolished Bournemouth 4-0 to climb back to the interesting zone, displacing another fan of the area Arsenal to 5th.

After being disappointed by the cross bar for denying his free kick from becoming a goal, Phillip Coutinho finally opened the scores at the 20th minute before Dejan Lovren doubled the lead at the 26th minute.

Dejan Lovren dives to head the ball

Liverpool season wonder kid Mohammed Salah scored the 3rd goal whereas another Brazilian Roberto Firmino sealed and stamped it at the 66th minutes.

Roberto Firmino was on the score sheet too

The win which not only elevates Liverpool ahead of Arsenal but creates a point difference with the gunners could have ended with more goals if not for former Gunners midfielder Oxlade Chamberlain’s shot hitting the wood work.

Before Salah’s goal, Jermain Defoe made effort to reduce the hosts lead but also experienced frustration as the sticks disappointed him.

Muhamed Salah celebrates his goal. He has scored 20 goals in all competition this season

While the defeat means Bournemouth has now played six game without a win, the results mean Liverpool has now extended their unbeaten run in all competitions to 12 games.

Roberto Firmino was denied by the cross bar earlier on

Liverpool will visit Arsenal next at the Emirates Stadium on Friday 22nd December 2017 whereas 16th place Bournemouth will face another tough time at the Stamford Bridge as they’ll resettle shoulders with 3rd place Chelsea on Wednesday in the quarter finals of Carabao Cup before travelling to Etihad City to face free scoring Manchester City on Saturday 23rd December 2017.