Liverpool continue with their superlative and unbeaten run this season as they made it five wins from five this season and 14 in a row in the top flight courtesy of a come-from-behind 3-1 victory over Newcastle United at the Anfield Stadium on Saturday afternoon.
The home team were stunned when they fell behind after seven minutes with Jetro Willems netting the curtain-raiser after he was set up by Christian Atsu.
Sadio Mane equalised for Liverpool in the 24th minute curling a pinpoint finish into the top corner after being found by Andrew Robertson.
The Senegalese forward got his second of the game 11 minutes later following a through ball from substitute Roberto Firmino.
Mohamed Salah got the hosts’ third with just under 20 minutes remaining when he played a beautiful one-two with the irrepressible Firmino before carrying the ball past Fabian Schar and sliding his finish into the bottom corner.