Oh, those Anfield nights have put a charge into the hosts, as Liverpool opened up a 3-0 lead on Manchester City in the UEFA Champions League quarterfinal first leg on Merseyside.
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Salah looked to be just offside in the build-up to his opener, which came 10 seconds after the initial ball and with Man City somehow losing track of the Egyptian genius.
It was 2-0 eight minutes later, as the 20th minute saw Oxlade-Chamberlain belt a shot past a flying Ederson.
And barely another 10 minutes had come off the clock when Mane rose to head home from a Salah cross.
Barcelona 1-0 AS Roma
The other Wednesday first leg has Barcelona leading Roma at the Camp Nou, and you’d be forgiven if you had “Daniele De Rossi own goal” as the way Barca would open the scoring just before halftime.
It was a fellow UCL mainstay, Andres Iniesta, whose cross was diverted into the Roma goal.
Roma wanted a penalty kick when Samuel Umtiti chopped down Lorenzo Pellegrini on the edge of the 18, but only a free kick arrived for i Lupi.