Liverpool Scored Three Incredible Golazos Against Bournemouth

Three of Liverpool's four goals against Bournemouth Sunday were just unbelievable.

Liverpool crushed Bournemouth 4-0 on Sunday to get back to their winning ways and move up to fourth place in the EPL table. Three of those goals illustrated why Jurgen Klopp's team is one of the deadliest attacking units in the world.

First up: Coutinho. The little Brazilian received the ball from Andy Robertson, humiliated the whole right side of Bournemouth's defense and coolly finished at the near post.

After Roberto Firmino won Liverpool a corner, Coutinho sent it into the box, where Gini Wijnaldum flicked it to the far post, where Firmino flicked it into the middle, where Dejan Lovren finished with a diving header.

You may have noticed we haven't heard from Liverpool's goal machine, Mohamed Salah, yet. Bournemouth left back Charlie Daniels was having a great game until this happened:

Finally, Roberto Firmino got a goal for himself, putting Bournemouth totally away. It was fine. Not as great as the other three, but they all count the same.

Liverpool will be feeling awfully good about themselves going into Friday's matchup against Arsenal.