Asia Cup is around the corner and Virat Kohli will be looking to come out of the lean patch and set the stage on fire. Meanwhile let's have a look at Kohli's stroke-wise analysis ahead of all important tournament.

Stroke-wise analysis

The Reds had seven different goalscorers as the Merseyside giants ran riot over minnows Bournemouth in their fourth PL game of the season.
Here are 9 stats from the game!

Stats galore

19-year-old Harvey Elliott incidentally is the first Liverpool player born after James Milner’s debut to score for the Merseyside giants.

Stat #1

Firmino's 2 assists in the first six minutes are happening for the first time since Islam Slimani for Leicester against Manchester City in December 2016.

Stat #2

This was the first time the Reds registered five goals in the opening half of a top-flight game since October 1927 versus Portsmouth. 

Stat #3

Firmino’s second effort matches compatriot Gabriel Jesus as the only players to be directly involved in 5+ goals in a Premier League game this year.

Stat #4

The last time that a top-flight outfit shipped as many goals at this stage of a season was in 1963/64 by Arsenal (also 16).

Stat #5

Liverpool’s biggest-ever Premier League win (scoreline and margin of victory) matching the competition’s record they now share with Manchester United.

Stat #6

Stat #7

Firmino became the second Liverpool player with four goal contributions in a single half of a PL match after Milan Baros on April 26, 2003.

He is also the first to be directly involved in four goals in the first half of a single Premier League match, and the first player overall since Harry Kane in February 2017 against Stoke.

Stat #8

Liverpool have equalled the record for the most goals scored in a PL game, joining Manchester United
(vs Southampton) and Manchester City
(vs Leicester City).

Stat #9

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