One of which was a key pass that started the build-up to Salah's goal when he picked up the ball and made a driving run, making a perfectly waited pass for Andrew Robertson to square the ball to last season's golden boot victor.
There was still time for substitute Daniel Sturridge to add a fourth with his first touch of the game from Milner's corner.
The seasons of Southampton and Burnley commence as they meet at St Mary's Stadium at 13:30 (BST), but the game is overshadowed by Liverpool's opener against West Ham which is played at the same time. "The most important thing was the three points and we got them". Many people thought Wolves would sell the Portuguese midfielder for a big profit this season. Let us know your thoughts in the comments section. That is already enough to feel completely different before a Premier League game.
"We can not be anything different than the challenger because we haven't won anything since I came in".
If there is a pressure on Salah to reproduce the phenomenal form that yielded 44 goals in all competitions for Liverpool last season, then he appears extremely at ease with it.
"He can play different positions of course, but I think No. 8 is his best in the moment, so that's all cool". He has settled really quick in a similar position and style of play to Leipzig. "You seek guidance and help from the players around you and that has worked really well up until now".
Last season's Premier League top scorer Mo Salah was on target again, giving Juergen Klopp's side the lead after 19 minutes with a tap-in.
"Nobody knows excatly how valuable or worthy a pre-season is". This season is about finally winning something, and the Reds are off to a dream start. We're going to enjoy that challenge.
New West Ham boss Manuel Pellegrini admitted his team were outplayed, although he pointed out, with some justification, that Mane's second goal could have been ruled out for offside.
Klopp, a centre-half as a player, claims managers must not be scared even in hard situations like telling a player he does not want him any more.
Mohamed Salah got his season running in just 19 minutes, prodding the ball home from inside the six-yard box after some lovely build-up play saw Andrew Robertson slide the ball across to the Egyptian.
"In the end, it is serious but not that serious, so it's not that we need to be afraid that it will take him until whenever".
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