Mohamed Salah in hopeless pursuit of Newcastle star for record

  • Mohamed Salah in hopeless pursuit of Newcastle star for record

Mohamed Salah in hopeless pursuit of Newcastle star for record

Manolo Gabbiadini came off the bench to level in stoppage time and grab a 1-1 draw at Burnley, whose wait since December 12 for a Premier League win continues.

Now BetVictor have priced up a competition between the Stanley Park rivals - but can Everton as a team, out-score Liverpool's dynamic duo?

"In this moment when they are all fit, and it should stay like this because we need them all, then there is not a lot to explain, it's just to accept and then to play your best football".

Salah has 31 goals, Firmino has 22 and Mane's tally is 13, meaning the red-hot triumvirate have scored a staggering 66 times between them in a campaign that still has a further three months remaining.

"They have a bit of everything", said the 34-year-old veteran. We have bundles of talent.

He's going at you, if you're ready or not that's your problem.

This combined with both Roberto Firmino and Sadio Mane's assistance has helped Liverpool soften the blow of losing their star playmaker.

"They took advantage of that by scoring some goals". The Liverpool manager said that he finds it very hard for any team to stay on top every week. "Hopefully there is no stopping of the goals". Just because we got out of a 4-1 victory against West Ham on Saturday doesn't mean we can rest on our laurels against other teams.

"It was tough, Anfield is always a tough place to come", the full-back told reporters of the game.

"It is not only against West Ham - we have seen they can score more than two or three goals against top sides".

Liverpool fans wanted Neville to clarify his point - and he duly delivered by naming 14 Premier League players better than Salah since 2007. They don't give a point of reference, they are so mobile. We need to move on and work during the week to put in a good performance against Swansea because that is a massive game.