The Egyptian scored a ridiculous 44 goals during his debut campaign at Liverpool last season but started this campaign off slightly slower by those standards.
Speaking on Sky Sports, former Liverpool midfielder Redknapp joked that defender Virgil van Dijk can wear his kit again, such was the Reds' dominance, and insists Saturday's game showed why Salah is best in a central position.
Bournemouth (7-6-2) enters the matchup seventh in the league table with 23 points accumulated through 15 matches.
The Reds dominated possession for the rest of the half as they looked for a second goal, however they entered the break 1-0 up. Then we need you, play, and then he had a hard start against Burnley and plays that game and this game. Do you play him down the middle or do you play him our wide?
"I have to congratulate him [Milner]".
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Liverpool's two-goal cushion saw them take complete control of the contest, though, and they added a third in fortuitous circumstances with just over 20 minutes remaining when Cook spectacularly backheeled the ball into his own net from Robertson's testing cross. 'I think Liverpool will be fine.
City will have the chance to overtake Liverpool later on when they take on Chelsea at Stamford Bridge. Liverpool never got out of second gear.
Speaking of Milner, Salah said: "I want to congratulate him on his awesome career, he deserves it". In the end when you see how it developed, especially with the scoreline at the end, it is flawless, but in the game we had a lot of things we could have done better. For Liverpool and Man City, they'll be driving each other on. "City are a scalp, they and Liverpool are the two biggest scalps to have and they can get beaten by the lesser teams if they're not at it".
"They know they just can not afford to slip up".