The Premier League’s all-time record goalscorer Alan Shearer was in awe of of Mohamed Salah’s performance in Liverpool’s victory over Wolves.
The Egyptian provided two assists to help the Reds to a second-half comeback, and was only denied a hat-trick of them after the final whistle as the third goal went down as a Hugo Bueno own goal.
On Match Day the former England striker picked out his pass to allow Andy Robertson to slot in the second goal as his moment of the game.
Shearer also highlighted the difference between Liverpool players’ attitudes before and after half-time.
Liverpool are learning from the challenges of last season, as proven by the tweaks Jurgen Klopp made against Wolves on Saturday.
Last year it took too long for the manager to realise his system was failing before making any drastic changes, though the reaction to challenges faced in the opening weeks of the new campaign have provided genuine encouragement.
It says much about how the present Liverpool are adapting that, having won only four of their first 12 Premier League games last season, they have already won four out of five this season.
Whilst stability would breathe an air of calmness on the process, Klopp is more than pleased to see his squad taking the ‘next steps’ in their development at such an early stage.