Jurgen Klopp talks Liverpool win over Newcastle, Mohamed Salah and Philippe Coutinho

Posted March 04, 2018

What a break, an absolutely gorgeous team goal, and with Newcastle not showing much with the ball today the points look sorted.

Taken off after 70 minutes, Son scored his first in the 27th minute, dribbling around Huddersfield goalkeeper Jonas Lossl and slotting home off the post, and added the second in the 54th with a glancing header off a cross from Harry Kane on the right. "Obviously he wants to train, he wants to play, but the doctors say we have to check exactly what he has and then after, decide".

But despite their thrilling brand of football, Benitez, who guided the club to a second-placed Premier League finish in 2009, insists the current generation need to land silverware if they are to be considered alongside their illustrious predecessors.

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"The pass from Harry Kane was very good for me, it made it easy to score".

Winston Reid, making his first league start since January 4, was stretchered off in the 27th minute with what appeared to be a knee injury. Settling for a point can have its risks, especially when relegation rivals pull off unlikely victories like Swansea's thrashing of West Ham United on Saturday.

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The Magpies have lost just once in their last six league games but have drawn four of the other five, leaving them two points above the bottom three.

Riyad Mahrez rescued Leicester with a last-gasp equaliser in their 1-1 draw against Bournemouth.

But the threat of a Toon result was over 11 minutes into the second half when Sadio Mane doubled the lead.

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It mattered little when a superbly incisive move cut through the visitors and was finished with aplomb by Mane, a fitting way to bring up Anfield's 300th Premier League victory.

Jack Butland did his best to preserve Stoke City's chances of survival, denying hosts Southampton several late opportunities in a 0-0 draw at St Mary's.

But Burnley forward Ashley Barnes equalised in the 56th minute and Wood, making his first appearance after a long injury lay-off, won it from close-range in the 80th minute.

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