Leeds 1-6 Liverpool: Reds keep European hopes alive with dominant victory

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Liverpool kept their faint Champions League hopes alive with a 6-1 win over Leeds at Elland Road on Monday.

After a slow start, the game came alive towards the end of the first half when Cody Gakpo poked in from Trent Alexander-Arnold’s cross before Mohammed Salah broke the record for the most left-footed goals in Premier League history.

Luis Sinisterra brought one back for Leeds just after half time when he dispossessed Ibrahima Konate cheaply, but Diego Jota scored his first goal in 33 games soon after to make it 3-1.

Salah then finished off a vintage Liverpool move just after the hour mark, and Jota got his second with just over 15 minutes to play with a neat volley. Substitute Darwin Nunez netted late for good measure.

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