Liverpool mean business this season.
The Reds have opened their Premier League campaign up with five consecutive wins.
And they are very likely going to make it six from six after they scored early on against Chelsea at Stamford Bridge.
And what a goal it was.
Sadio Mane was felled on the edge of the box, giving Liverpool a dangerous opportunity.
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And they were able to take it thanks to a rocket of a finish from Trent Alexander-Arnold.
Mohamed Salah laid off the ball and the Liverpool youngster unleashed a powerful effort that went straight into the top corner.
Watch it below:
Kepa Arrizabalaga got nowhere near it. Pick that one out.
Chelsea battled back well though and thought they had the equaliser when Cesar Azpilicueta bundled home a very scrappy goal.
But, after consultation with VAR, referee Michael Oliver ruled the goal out.
And it would go from bad to worse for Chelsea when Liverpool went 2-0 up moments later - and it came from another free-kick.
Andy Robertson whipped in the ball from the left-hand side and Roberto Firmino climbed highest to head the ball into the net.News Now - Sport News