Roberto Firmino has revealed it is his partnership on the training ground with Mohamed Salah and Sadio Mane which is getting reflected this season.
The deadly trio will have the onus to deliver when Liverpool host a resurgent Chelsea in a big ticket clash at the Anfield. The Reds have been pretty ruthless in the Premier League and credit should be given to the front three as they have already accumulated a total of 47 goals in the top flight this season.
Chelsea haven’t lost a game at Anfield since 2012 and Jurgen Klopp’s side will be aware of the fact.
Firmino said, “This all comes day after day of work, of working together each day.
“We’ve been together now almost three years. We are only growing every day. In training sessions, in games, we already know each other perfectly, and I hope it can keep going in this way.”
Firmino also pinning his hopes on Salah to continue his goal scoring chart. “It’s very important that he’s scoring and helping us win games
“It was really important for him to get back to scoring because it had been a while since he scored.
“So I’m very happy for him. It was a really decisive goal, a comeback goal, and then we obviously went on to score the third. It’s also very important for him to take confidence from that in the league and the Champions League.”