Cardiff captain Sean Morrison hopes Liverpool win Premier League

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Liverpool will take on Red Star Belgrade in their third Champions League group match of the season at Anfield on Wednesday, but they will do so without any away fans in the stadium.

Salah hit the half century on his 65th appearance for Liverpool with two goals in the convincing Champions League defeat of Red Star Belgrade.

Liverpool doubled the lead right before half-time when Salah scored his first on the night with a strike to the near post, set up once again by Shaqiri on a quick tap from just outside of the box. "It was just a good game, a good football game and they could finish the situations because we had the right movements in the right moment".

His key role in creating the opening goal at Anfield preceded a direct set-up for Mohamed Salah - with a deliciously deft touch - that the manager later described as "genius link-up play".

Jurgen Klopp has made Liverpool fans wait for a glimpse of what big-money summer signing Fabinho can do in a red shirt.

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"It's good that we maybe can stop talking about that [his scoring record] - it helps a little bit".

"I can say thank you, but at the end it's a football game and I'm trying my best to give him good performances", he said. "I'm not in doubt, he was not in doubt, but if you constantly ask about it, then it's like something obviously is wrong", said the German.

"You can't win 4-0 if most of the things are not good, and tonight most of the things were really good".

Deployed in the same match when Arsenal's Granit Xhaka similarly chose to celebrate his familial ties, it has recently been seen in the Premier League after Shkodran Mustafi scored for Unai Emery's side against Cardiff City - that Xhaka had been behind the assist for that goal played no small part in this.

Shaqiri, a Kosovo-Albanian, caused controversy during the World Cup with an eagle gesture goal celebration against Serbia. "It makes sense that I first think before I speak", he said.

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