Liverpool traveled to one more unequivocal triumph in Porto, with Mohamed Salah and Roberto Firmino both scoring twice as the Reds won 5-1 in the Champions League.
Jurgen Klopp’s side previously had two immense successes to their name at the Estadio do Dragao in their new past – winning 5-0 in the 2017/18 season and 4-1 the next year – albeit the Liverpool manager had made light of them having any bearing on Tuesday’s outing.
Yet, it was a significant part of equivalent to Liverpool delivered an overwhelming showcase. The initial two objectives were tap-ins from Salah (18) and Sadio Mane (45) in the main half as the guests ruled the game.
They kept on controlling the match after the break and broadened their lead when Salah (60) opened home his second objective of the evening after some more inconceivable work from Curtis Jones.
Porto were given a good omen when Mehdi Taremi’s low header beat Alisson in the 74th moment. Yet, before long, Firmino (77) scored his first objective only 10 minutes in the wake of coming on as a substitute after a second mistake of the evening from Porto goalkeeper Diogo Costa.
Firmino’s subsequent objective followed four minutes after the fact after an extended VAR check for offside, with the forward considered to be onside as he cleared home in the 81st moment.