Liverpool put 3 past Leeds

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Liverpool ran out 3-0 winners at Leeds, but the result was marred by a serious leg injury sustained to Harvey Elliott and red card to Pascal Struijk.

After goals from Mohamed Salah, his one hundredth in the Premier League, and Fabinho, the game took an unfortunate twist when Elliott suffered the injury on fifty nine minutes in a challenge with Pascal Struijk, who received a controversial red card after a VAR review.

Play was halted for a number of minutes early in the second half as Elliott received treatment from Liverpool's medical staff.

Even before the red card Liverpool were dominant across all areas of the pitch with Alexander-Arnold, back at right-back after his midfield experiment with England, playing a part in both opening goals.

Liverpool move up to third, level on points with Manchester United and Chelsea, while Leeds remain winless this season.

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