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From Gary Rose
BBC Sport at Anfield
Liverpool held off a magnificent fightback by Red Bull Salzburg to get their Champions League defence up and running in an game at Anfield with success.
The visitors trailed but battled back to 3-3 before Mohamed Salah grabbed the winner midway through the second half.
Liverpool lost their Group opener to Napoli but got off to the start in this match when Salzburg player Sadio Mane struck at the near post sweeping home, inside 10 minutes.
Before Salah poked at a third andrew Robertson turned into a cross from Trent Alexander-Arnold.
It appeared as though the game was over as a contest 10 minutes.
However, Salzburg have scored goals for fun this year – 40 in nine league games – and started their fightback once Hwang Hee-chan got the better of Virgil van Dijk before scoring with a strike.
The visitors reduced the deficit further when Takumi Minamino volleyed at along with also the off fans erupted when Erling Braut Haaland exploited in a equaliser – his 18th goal of the season.
Salah finally got Liverpool on the line if he latched on to Roberto Firminos header and scored with a strike.
Liverpool havent lost since 2014, winning 16 and drawing seven of the games.
It looked like acquire number 17 will be a magician using the Reds in their clinical best scoring out of three on goal, in a screen.
While scoring is the strength of Liverpool, this game again raised concerns about their own defence.
They have maintained just three clean sheets this season – from Burnley and Sheffield United in the Premier League and from MK Dons in the Carabao Cup – and also.
Van Dijk has been a rock for Liverpool but this match underlined Joel Matips significance to their defence – the global missed the game.
All chat pre-match about Red Bull Salzburg was focused in their striker Haaland.
Son of United midfield Alf Inge Haaland, the Leeds-born 19-year-old, had scored 17 goals in 11 games such as a hat-trick in the 6-2 defeat of Genk in their group opener of Salzburg, prior to the game.
Illness restricted Haaland to a place on the seat against Liverpool however, while he is undoubtedly a key player for the Austrian side, they have loads of goals in the rest of the team.
The visitors had been the first to threaten in the opening minutes when Minamino flashed a shot just wide and there have been chances as well, together with Patson Daka hesitating when on target, letting Liverpool to recuperate.
They fell just short however, the away supporters cheered and singing long after the last whistle. This functionality against the Champions League holders may have felt as a success.
Liverpool yield to Premier League action this weekend as they host in-form Leicester City on Saturday (15:00 BST).
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