Liverpool netted late in the normal 90 minutes to secure a win against an impressive Leeds who were making their first Premier League debut after 16-years.
Mohamed Salah recorded a hat-trick as he inspired his side to overcome three comebacks from Leeds and walk away with the maximum three points.
The Egyptian scored his first goal for the season in the 4th minute from the penalty when his attempt fell in the hands of Robin Koch.
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Jack Harrison leveled things up at the Anfield beating Allison eight minutes later before Van Dijik doubled the lead for Jurgen Klopp in the 20th minute.
Bamford took advantage of Van Dijik defensive blunder to restore hope for Championship winners ten minutes.
Salah ensured the Reds walked out of the first half with an advantage netting 12 minutes to the end of normal time.
Bielsa’s men will blame themselves when striker Rodrigo fouled Fabinho to reward Liverpool a perfect chance to start with a bang.
Even though they won, Liverpool will have to pull up their socks as the display was not convincing for a side that won the League last season