Southampton 1-2 Liverpool
Goals: Danny Ings (£ 6.0m) | Sadio Mane (£ 11.5m), Roberto Firmino (£ 9.5m)
Assists: James Milner (£ 5.5m), Mane
Bonus Points: Mane x3, Firmin x2, Ings x1 [IzpalnenietonaLivarpulvSauthemptanvsabotaseokazatochnoonezimenidzharinaVisshataligavavVisshataligakoitoimahapritesneniyasledfinalavSuperkupata after playing 120 minutes in midweek in Istanbul red probably did not deserve to take all three points from saints like  This led to Mohammed Salah (12.5 million Britons ski pounds) to record its first blank season of the 2019/20 season only on the second hurdle.
The Egyptian was largely anonymous at St Mary's Stadium, but it turned out to be a decent chance on Saturday afternoon.
After making a trademark incision on the right, Salah descended on Angus Gun (4.5 million pounds), just for Southampton's shock brake to divert effort away from the wit of his feet.
Despite Klop's insistence that a 120-minute outing would not interfere with Salah in Gameweek 2, the Liverpool manager took down the player in the 78th minute and replaced him with [OrigamiWack (£ 5.6 million).
Whether fantasy leaders should have any lasting concerns about Salah remains to be seen.
The Egyptian will not be forced into the average time each week before Saturday's Premier League game.
In addition, with a home game against Arsenal next, the side that Liverpool scored five against Anfield last season probably did not serve well to make any knee-jerk reactions to Gamlahek at Salah 2 empty.
However, a 14-point toss for Satio Manet (£ 11.5 million) may just give some fantasy itchy feet managers.
The former Southampton man returned to the starting lineup after his late return from the Africa Cup of Nations in the summer and set himself a goal and an assist against his former employers.
The Senegalese international only played 103 minutes in the Super Cup final, which may have helped his cause, though in fact he was no longer
Yes, it was his excellent wing efforts that gave Liverpool the lead, but he too. like Salah, he was also not the best in a game dominated largely by Southampton.
The same goes for Roberto Firmino (£ 9.5 million), who Salah exceeds this game, but does not necessarily offer much more than it does in the course of the game.
In Gameweek 1, we stated that the Brazilian recorded more shots than Salah against Norwich, but the Egyptian put more effort into scoring in this game.
Southampton asked a lot of q European Championships in the opening 45 minutes, Nathan Redmond [£ 6.5 million]using Trent Alexander-Arnold's space (£ 7.0 million). terrain.
Former Norwich midfielder saw fierce efforts go wide before that Adams (£ 6.0 million) dragged right around the far post from the corner.
Goalkeeper Adrian (£ 4.5 million), who went through the fear of an ankle injury, was very much at the heart of Southampton's attacking play throughout much of the game.
Initially, his clearance was taken down by James Ward -Prowse (£ 6.0 million), setting the tone for the afternoon.
For long periods, the former West Ham man kept his country in the game, his most impressive save on a point blank stopover under the title of Maya Yoshida (4.5 million pounds) after the corner of Southampton . ] Adrian was at the heart of the story of Liverpool's victory over Southampton
Adrian also made some good Aves results in the second half, but in the end it was extremely his fault when Danny Ings (6.0m ) scored in the 83rd minute.
In almost a copy of what happened to Ward-Prowse in the first half, his release attempt was hammered by an attacker who did not have to add a second touch to see the ball roll in the net.
"Yes (I spoke with Adrian):" Finally you have arrived, welcome! "Ali did the same. Obviously this is a goalkeeper in Liverpool, no problem as long as we win the games. All the best. ”- Jurgen Klop
The fact that Adrian allowed himself to be imprisoned twice will not inspire confidence in the owners of Liverpool's defense assets, especially those with double stakes in that department. However, Klop insisted that his team played too many short passes today, in light of his recent injury. Perhaps returning to full fitness for Gameweek 3 can help Adrian somewhat.
"Adrian had a swollen ankle and we played too many balls back to him during this period. I was pleased with everything you did today, all the savings, all these things. Other players should then feel more responsible for the accumulation and cannot return all the balls to him and hope that the pain killers are still helping or whatever. I don't think the purpose was because of that, but there were a few other balls. He is perfectly good with his feet. If you were to see his ankle on Thursday after leaving the plan, then you would say even if the pass before the goal [Southampton] is better than you would expect! Everything is fine. ”- Jurgen Klop
Southampton exploded in a late duel and probably had to level things out;
Anyway, following Norwich's achievement at Anfield in Gameweek 1, Southampton's dominance in this game will add further concern to those with Liverpool defenders.
Unfortunately, invested in Andrew Robertson (£ 7.0 million), Alexander-Arnold, Virgil van Dyke (£ 6.5 million), or a combination, Liverpool didn't get enough to soften the blow of losing the blank sheet with some
Those worried about duplication might not be very excited by Arsenal coming to Anfield in Gameweek 3.
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Lessons from Gameweek 2
- Arsenal 2-1 Burnley
- Aston Villa 1-2 Bournemouth
- Brighton 1-1 West Ham
- Everton 1- 0 Watford  Norwich 3-1 Newcastle
- Southampton 1-2 Liverpool
- Manchester City 2-2 Tottenham Hotspur
- Sheffield United v Crystal Palace
- Chelsea v Leicester City