After a winless start to the season and a demoralizing loss to its archrival. Liverpool will look to make a statement Liverpool scoring record with a 9-0 against Bournemouth on Saturday.
A 9-0 victory, equaling the Premier League’s all-time record, sends a strong message.
Liverpool thrashed Bournemouth 5-0 at Anfield to put its early-season woes behind it, with Roberto Firmino scoring twice and setting up three more.
After starting the season with two draws and a loss. It was the type of performance that will put to rest many of the doubts about Jurgen Klopp’s team losing its edge.
Manchester City also demonstrated that it can never be written off after falling behind by two goals for the second time in a row.
Erling Haaland scored a hat trick in the second half as City rallied to beat Crystal Palace 4-2 at home after drawing 3-3 at Newcastle the previous weekend.
On a good day for the Premier League’s traditional powers, Manchester United and Chelsea also won.
United won back-to-back Premier League games for the first time since February. Defeating Southampton 1-0 away thanks to a second-half goal from Bruno Fernandes.
Chelsea overcame Connor Gallagher’s early dismissal to defeat Leicester 2-1 at Stamford Bridge, thanks to two goals from Raheem Sterling.
Brighton also defeated Leeds 1-0, while Brentford and Everton drew 1-1 at home.
Arsenal, the only team to start the season with three wins. Had a chance to keep its unblemished record when it hosted Fulham late in the game.
In a 9-0 thrashing of promoted Bournemouth, Liverpool equaled the biggest win in English Premier League history. Jurgen Klopp’s side had started the season slowly, with draws against Fulham and Crystal Palace compounded by a loss to rival Manchester United on Monday. However, Liverpool’s fearsome attack returned to form at Anfield. As the team recorded its first league win and Roberto Firmino and Luis Diaz both scored twice. It is only the fifth time in league history that a team has scored nine goals. Only Manchester United and Leicester have previously Liverpool scoring record with a 9-0