Liverpool beat Bournemouth 9-0 to equal the Premier League record and start the season.

By Ind Job Info Team

The Reds juicing began after three minutes and didn't let up as a 5-0 halftime lead was nearly doubled despite numerous adolescents and a half-dozen injured Liverpool stars.


Harvey Elliott, Trent Alexander-Arnold, Fabio Carvalho, Virgil van Dijk, and Chris Mepham also scored. Kostas Tsimikas had two assists.

Liverpool has five points after four games, but Bournemouth hasn't scored since opening day.

The Cherries lost 4-0 against Man City and 3-0 at Arsenal.

Liverpool must happen. Picking Liverpool to win wasn't a longshot, but seeing them at their best after two ties and a loss to Manchester United was a reminder for the rest of the league. Was there any doubt Klopp would revive the club's trophy hunt?

Bournemouth needs to beat Aston Villa. While no one expected much from a run against Man City, Arsenal, and Liverpool, the Cherries have done so little in a 16-0 loss.

Harvey ElliottRoberto Firmino was the focal point of Liverpool's destruction of Bournemouth.