Here are five things we learned from the match. The number nine spotted the run of his Brazilian counterpart at the edge of the box and delivered an inch flawless pass for Coutinho, whose left-footed shot sent Spartak goalkeeper Alexander Selikhov the wrong way. The Egypt worldwide has now scored eighteen goals in all competitions with Liverpool.
But Keane believes Klopp's men have not been provided with a challenge so far. Meanwhile, a draw will also see them through however, La Liga giants Sevilla could overtake them with a win over Maribor. "I'm sure it will (hurt him)", Steven Gerrard said on BT Sport.
After operating with a backline that included Emre Can and Georginio Wijnaldum against Brighton and Hove Albion on Saturday (2 December), Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp will be encouraged by the returns of defensive pair Ragnar Klavan and Joe Gomez, with both returning to full training on Monday.
The game was all but over just three minutes later. They've got forward players that are better than Manchester United, than Arsenal.
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But having given up a 3-0 half-time lead in their last Champions League outing in Sevilla, Liverpool were in no mood to drop down a gear and they put the game to bed within five minutes of the restart.
After Liverpool had won the Champions League in 2005 but finished fifth in the Premier League, they were given special dispensation by UEFA to compete in the qualifying rounds alongside their Merseyside neighbours. Add the almost fit-again Adam Lallana to that mix and suddenly you have one of the most exciting attacks left in the competition. Salah sat down the defender in his face, and smashed home on his weak foot to collect his 12th goal in 11 games to round off the scoring on an emphatic night for Liverpool.
Liverpool handed out another huge defeat as they fired their way into the Champions League group stage.
Senol Gunes' side won't be easy to beat as they embark on their first foray into the last 16 in 31 years, especially with a second leg in front of their vociferous home fans.
Roy Keane has taken a swipe at Arsenal after warning Liverpool that they have beaten "nobody" this season.