With Kosta Tsimika bagging two assists and Mohamed Salah finding the net twice, Liverpool thrashed Brentford 3-0 to return to positive results after their last game against Luton.
Impressive against Brentford, Tsimikas put his signature wide in the Reds’ victory
Salah opened the dance of goals in the 39th minute, after an assist from Núñez, with Klopp’s team thus closing the break being in front of the score. Then Kostas Tsimikas took action, who took on the role of…waiter to “seal” his team’s three points.
Initially, in the 62nd minute, he crossed from the left, finding Mohamed Salah at the second post, who with his second personal goal raised the score to 2-0, while in the 74th minute, the Greek full-back… served Diogo Zota with the Portuguese ace to make the final 3-0.
Tsimika’s assist for the 2-0:
The assist for the 3-0:
LIVERPOOL: Alisson, Alexander-Arnold (90′ Kwanza), Matip, Van Dijk, Tsimikas, Somboslai (90′ McConnell), Edo, Hakpo (83′ Elliott), Salah, Nunes, Zota (84′ Dias)
BRADFORD: Flecken, Ager, Mee, Collins, Pinnock, Yanelt (46′ Onieka), Rasmussen (73′ Gondos), Norgaard, Jensen (72′ Yarmolyuk), Ebeumo, Wissa (72′ Moppe)
Nottingham could not stand in London
After a match with a crazy pace, West Ham prevailed at home 3-2 against Nottingham Forest, thus returning to positive results after four matches. Paketa (3′), Bowen (65′) and Sucek (88′) scored the goals for the Hammers. Avonigi (44′), and Elanga (63′) the goals for Forest.
WEST HAM: Areola, Tsoufal, Zouma, Agger, Emerson, Alvarez (79′ Antonio), Ward Prowse, Sucek, Paquet (90+9′ Ogbonna), Kountous (90+9′ Cresswell), Bowen.
FOREST: Vlahodemos, Aina (75′ Aurier), Niakate, Mourinho (75′ Bolli), Tofolo, Shangare (90′ Origi), Mangala, Dominguez (46′ Danilo), Gibbs White, Avonigi (75′ Wood), Elanga