Bournemouth couldn’t beat the League leader as Liverpool earn additional three points to move 11 points clear.The final score ends 3-0 at Vitality Stadium.

Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, one of seven changes for the Reds, opened the scoring after a brilliant long-range pass from Jordan Henderson.

Naby Keita made it 2-0 before the break, slotting in with the outside of his foot after Mohamed Salah set him up with a sublime backheel.Keita then turned provider for Salah as Liverpool eased to victory.

It extends Liverpool’s club record unbeaten run to 33 league games and they have won 15 of 16 Premier League matches this season.The Cherries have now lost five consecutive matches and were dealt more bad news when Nathan Ake and Callum Wilson were both forced off with injuries either side of half-time.

Leicester City, Liverpool’s nearest rivals at the top of the league table, do not play until 14:00 GMT on Sunday, when they travel to Aston Villa.

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