Mohamed Salah made a dig at Man United's midfield after admitting that they made it easier for them during their clash at Anfield on Tuesday night.
Salah who bagged a brace in their 4-0 win said they wanted to score more goals after opening the goalscoring proceedings through Luiz Dias.
"In midfield, they make our life easier," he said. "We have a clean sheet here and there. Once we get the first goal, we want the second and the third. It was a top performance by us and hopefully, we continue," Salah said after the game.
On his goalscoring form, he added: "I score many goals for this club. Sometimes you have bad luck. The most important thing is the team winning. We just need to focus on ourselves and the rest is not in our hands."
Liverpool opened the scoring in just the fifth minute against the Red Devils, with Salah setting up Luiz Dias to tap home. The Egyptian then bagged himself a brace on either side of a Sadio Mane effort.