Salah fires Liverpool to pile pressure on Bilic

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They were thrashed 4-1 at the London Stadium today as Liverpool continued their recent resurgence.

Fellow attacker Sadio Mane was also part of the London-bound travelling party after his return to training on Thursday following a month-long absence with a hamstring strain.

"It was not the worst idea I ever had!" "Sadio is a naturally fit player.he is a little machine".

West Ham came close to breaking the deadlock in the ninth minute through Andre Ayew who poked Manuel Lanzini's through-pass past Simon Mignolet on to the upright.

West Ham started their match against Liverpool in fine form.

"We wanted to be unsafe on the break and the first goal showed how deadly we can be-from defending a corner to scoring as quickly as we did".

Salah flicked a clearance into Mane's path, releasing the Senegal winger into space before he returned the ball to Salah on the edge of the penalty area to finish calmly past goalkeeper Joe Hart.

Despite his unsuccessful time at United and further unproductive spells at Real Sociedad and Sunderland, he boasts a wealth of managerial experience and is seen as someone who can steady the ship at West Ham, the source said.

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With West Ham looking completely lost, their fans rained down a torrent of abuse when Lanzini fired wildly over and it was no surprise to hear boos ring out loudly at half-time.

Woeful West Ham defending left Oxlade-Chamberlain unmarked and, after his initial shot was saved, the England midfielder kept his composure to steer past Hart for his first league goal since his August move from Arsenal.

Salah completed the rout 15 minutes from the end, receiving the ball from Mane before driving a powerful effort across goal into the bottom corner.

Whilst a home victory would lift the pressure off West Ham's Bilic, Reds' boss Jurgen Klopp may have a few uncomfortable questions to answer to.

However, it is unlikely the 25-year-old will feature from the start as the Reds take on West Ham, with boss Klopp stating in his pre-match press conference that a cameo appearance of 20-25 minutes was more likely.

"The result, it feels good", he said.

"I'm definitely not a broken man", said Bilic, whose side will enter the drop zone if Everton beat Watford on Sunday.

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