WATCH: Unstoppable Mohamed Salah scores hattrick at the Old Trafford as Liverpool continue to dominate Manchester United

Liverpool and Mohamed Salah absolutely destroy Manchester United as the Egyptian scores hattrick at Old Trafford.

Liverpool’s Mohamed Salah continues his amazing goal scoring form as he scores an amazing hattrick. Liverpool took the lead in the fifth minute after Mo Salah played Naby Keita as the midfielder slotted home from close range. Diogo Jota doubled scoring past David De Gea before the 15th minute mark after a low cross from Alexander Arnold.

After that it was the Mo Salah as he got in on the act with Naby Keita returning the favour this time. The winger went on to add another deep in injury time with Liverpool absolutely destroying Ole’s men in the first half. Salah completed his hattrick early in the second half after he scored an amazing chip past De Gea.

Salah have now scored 10 goals in the Premier already this season with 5 assists to back it up. It is Salah’s sixth goal in the last three games with five of those coming against Atletico Madrid in the Champions League and now an amazing hattrick at Old Trafford absolutely toying with Manchester United at their own backyard.

More misery for United as Paul Pogba is sent off after just coming on at halftime

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Pogba being sent off after just coming on in the second half

Things go bad to worse for Manchester United as Paul Pogba is sent off for a bad tackle on Naby Keita. Pogba was subbed on at halftime to repair some damage but saw VAR sending him off. Manchester United are on their way of a third straight defeat in the Premier League and second straight loss at Old Trafford after losing to Aston Villa two weeks ago.

Ole is definitely under immense pressure after a string of unconvincing results. United are nowhere to their best and the new signings have clearly failed to deliver. Should Ole stay or not only depends on United getting some results in the coming games. United face Spurs and Manchester City in their next two fixtures.

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