Liverpool stormed back to the top of Premier League with a dominant 3-0 win over Bournemouth on Saturday.
Sadio Mane scored for the fourth consecutive match in the 24th minute, heading in James Milner’s right-wing cross to but the Reds in front.
Mane has now scored in four consecutive Premier league games within a single season for the first time in his career.
Ryan Fraser forced an early save from Alisson and his inventive attacking meant James Milner had to be on his guard, but the Liverpool captain produced a wonderful crossind for Mane to powerfully head home.
Salah missed his kick at the end of a 28th-minute counter-attack and the increased pressure on Bournemouth’s backline told when Andy Robertson picked out Wijnaldum, whose first touch was immaculate.
Boruc palmed a stinging Salah volley over his crossbar in the final minute of the half and all of Liverpool’s front three where involved when the Egypt superstar got on the scoresheet in the 48th minute.
Liverpool ended a run of two draws to move up to 65 points, three above Manchester City, who play Chelsea on Sunday.
Bournemouth are back in action two weeks from now at home to wolves. Liverpool have 10 days off before hosting Bayern Munich in the Champions League.