Arsenal were humiliated at the hands of Liverpool as they went four goals down at the Anfield. Goals from Roberto Firmino, Sadio Mane, Mohamed Salah and Daniel Sturridge ensured Liverpool sealed all three points in front of their home crowd. Arsene Wenger's side was rarely in the match and was less dominant. They couldn't convert few of their clear chances in front of goal. With this victory, Liverpool scaled up into second place in the Premier League table, while Arsenal lies sixteen with three points. Here's a Match Report of this encounter:

Liverpool outlook

Starting Xi and individual performance points: Goalkeeper - Loris Karius (6).

Defenders - Joseph Gomez (8), Joel Matip (7), Dejan Lovren (six points), Alberto Moreno (seven points. Midfielder - Emre Can (8 points), Georginio Wijnaldum (7), Jordan Henderson (6). Forward - Mohamed Salah (9 points), Roberto Firmino (8), Sadio Mané (7 points)

Team's strength and weakness: Liverpool were strong at finishing; they were effective at creating goal scoring opportunities from counter-attacks and were also effective at setting up goal scoring chances from the flanks. The Reds stole the ball often from Arsenal and created a high number of chances relatives to their possession.

Team style of play in the match: the host had a high shot frequency when in possession and consistently attacked through the middle.

Arsenal outlook

Starting XI and individual performance points: Goalkeeper - Petr Cech (7 points). Defenders - Laurent Koscielny (6), Nacho Monreal (5), Rob Holding (5), Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain (five points), Héctor Bellerín (4 points). Midfielder - Granit Xhaka (5), Aaron Ramsey (6), Alexis Sánchez (6 points), Mesut Özil (five).

Forward - Danny Welbeck (six points)

Team's strength and weaknesses: the visitors committed a high number of individual errors and were caught offside often.

Team style of play in the match: Arsenal favored short passing and mostly attacked down the left side.

Man of the Match

Mohamed Salah was outstanding in the midfield for Liverpool.

Salah scored a goal and provided an assist. He attempted five shots on target, made one key pass and completed a total of thirty-six touches in the encounter.

What's next for the both teams?

Liverpool will be traveling to Manchester to take on Manchester City at the Etihad Stadium on Saturday, 9th September, while Arsenal looks to seek revenge as they welcome Bournemouth at the Emirates the same day.