Caoimhin Kelleher didn’t have much to do between the sticks at Vicarage Road on Saturday as he watched the Reds run rings around a struggling Watford side.
Sadio Mane scored his 100th Premier League goal, Roberto Firmino netted a hat-trick and Mo Salah once again proved he is the best player in the world at the moment. It was a masterclass and one which the stand-in keeper could just stand back and admire.
“I train with them every day and I know sometimes it’s just unstoppable, you can’t do anything,” he told the official site. “To watch them today in full flow was a joy to watch. They’re all on form.
“They all gel so well together. Bobby is getting in the right positions to be able to tap them in, so it’s not an easy thing. They’re in such great form at the moment, they’re pretty much unstoppable.
“I think it was one of our proper team performances where everything we did kind of came off today. Obviously scoring five goals was amazing, and to keep the clean sheet. It was a great, all-round team performance.”