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It was by no means a vintage display from Jurgen Klopp's men, but they did ultimately cruise thanks to the individual quality of Firmino and Salah, who have now scored 34 of Liverpool's 61 Premier League goals this term.
Salah missed a huge chance to move level with the Englishman when he side-footed into the side-netting with the goal at his mercy after Alex McCarthy had saved Firmino's initial effort 20 minutes from time.
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Mauricio Pellegrino's first six months in the Southampton job were similar to his short stint as a centre-half at Liverpool: underwhelming.
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More of Liverpool's former Southampton contingent, Sadio Mane and Adam Lallana, should have rubbed salt in the home side's wounds when they both fired wide when clean through. Mohamed Salah, who has been in such superb goalscoring form this season, turned provider as he kept his cool to pick out a ideal pass to Roberto Firmino who was able to slot the ball into the back of the net. Obviously, after the second goal, it was really tough for us to come back and, little by little, our confidence in the game was really down'.
The pressure on the hosts had increased with earlier victories for Newcastle and Huddersfield, over Manchester United and Bournemouth respectively, that left Saints back in the bottom three.
Another cross from Ward-Prowse gave club-record signing Guido Carrillo a header from in front of goal that he nodded downwards to present Karius with a routine save, and then the midfielder tested the goalkeeper with a header of his own. If anything, Van Dijk played as if he was rather enjoying the stick, so much so that he could be seen laughing at the first sound of the boos that greeted his every touch.
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Miles Bridges was a one-man crew dribbling to his right and firing off a deep three to break the tie and defeat Purdue 68-65. Michigan State jumped in front for the first time when Bridges made a jumper near the top of the key with 9:06 left.