The Liverpool landslide returned to the Premier, belatedly but with determination, to pummel Bournemouth and sealed his first victory in the competition with a landslide that coincided with the vindication of his striker, the Brazilian Roberto Firmino, and the contribution of Luis Díaz.
Although the success was choral, the duel was especially relevant for Firmino.
(Luis Díaz: see the two great goals he scored against Bournemouth)
(Luis Díaz was uncovered: two goals and figure in Liverpool's win)
The Brazilian had lost his prominence of yesteryear. The arrival last year of the Colombian Luis Díaz and this summer of the Uruguayan Darwin Núñezthey had downplayed Firmino despite the departure of Senegalese Sadio Mane to Bayern.
The South American had a lot to do with the character that showed up at Anfield to witness the Reds' first victory.
Success came late. On matchday four and trailing the title favorites after two draws in their opening two games and last weekend's loss to Manchester United.
Wounded in their pride and wanting to correct the situation, the team led by the German Jurgen Klopp faced the visit of Bournemouth who won their season opener against Aston Villa but was passed in the next two.
It was a historic win. The Reds equaled the record in the Premier held by Manchester United, who achieved it twice, against Ipswich in 1995 and Southampton in 2021, and Leicester against Southampton in 2019.
Also, for the first time in history, Liverpool scored nine goals in a Premier League match.
(Vuelta a España: 'Supermán' López and Sergio Higuita, great rise in the general ranking)
(Piqué: the striking 'success' that his new girlfriend achieved and Shakira 'never' achieved)