Personally, I loved the game. This was like a return to 3 years ago, the era before Van Dijk and Alisson, when every counter-attack and every shot on goal seemed to result in a goal for the opposition, Salah was at his unplayable best and it was all good fun. The team was at sixes and sevenths after the return from the International duty; the players's individual form varied wildly from the sublime Salah and excellent Robbo and Gomez to the ridiculously bad. Hendo was clearly short of match sharpness, but as usual gave it all he had; Wijnaldum supported the attack, but was lackluster defensively, Trent and Van Dijk had shockers, Alisson didn't save us once, Mane looked like Bambi on ice and Firmino produced 2 or 3 horrible touches for every good one. I thought Keita started really well, but faded after 30 minutes. Jones was at fault for the 3rd goal, but looked strong otherwise and Fabinho's cameo was decisive in stabilizing the midfield and also winning the late penalty. I'm not too worried about the defensive issues; even last season we couldn't keep a clean sheet in the first few games, although it was never as wild as this. This will all gradually get sorted out in the next few weeks; the biggest positive and possibly a cause for optimism for the rest of the season was Salah's return to his best form. This was one of Mo's best individual performances in the Liverpool shirt; maybe the opponents couldn't recognize him without his iconic hair, because he ran circles around them all game. If he can keep this up and when Sadio and Bobby catch up on their sharpness, the rest of the season is going to be seriously fun. And as for Leeds, wow, they are going to be some addition to the Premier League. Can't wait to see Bielsa take on Pep on October 3rd; that's going to be tactical fireworks galore.