Liverpool are flying high after their 100 per cent start to the new season and on Tuesday, Jurgen Klopp’s men appeared in high spirits during their first training session following their 2-0 win over Crystal Palace on the weekend.

The Reds were the bookmakers’ favourites to end Manchester City’s hopes of retaining the Premier League title prior to the start of the season.

And two games in to the 2018/19 campaign, the Merseyside outfit have done nothing to harm their odds.

They thrashed a hapless West Ham United 4-0 at Anfield in their opener before following it up with an impressive, albeit controversial, victory over the Eagles at Selhurst Park.

Mohamed Salah was the man in the eye of a diving storm, but he seemed unaffected by all the off-field chatter on Tuesday:

Palace were incensed that referee Michael Oliver awarded the visitors a penalty and James Milner promptly dispatched his effort to turn the tide of the match.

Salah had appeared to stumble under minimal contact in the box and the home fans let him know what they thought of him by booing him throughout the tie.

The Egyptian was involved in two key incidents in the second-half as well as he was clean through on goal before being brought down by Aaron Wan-Bissaka on the edge of the box.

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Match official Oliver promptly gave the young defender his marching orders and the result was put to bed when Salah set up Sadio Mane for the second deep in injury-time.

Another player who has impressed in their two games so far is summer signing Naby Keita and the Guinean looked happy in training as well:

The former Red Bull Leipzig man has slotted in seamlessly in the heart of the Liverpool midfield and looks set to become the club’s next midfield general.

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Senegalese Sadio Mane is topping the scoring charts with three strikes to his name while Dutch defender Virgil van Dijk has been imperious at the back and the duo seemed to be in a  jokey mood:

Of course, the man who deserves most of the credit for the buoyant mood in the Red half of Merseyside is Jurgen Klopp and the German seemed to be his gregarious self:

Roberto Firmino may not have found the back of the net so far, but the Brazilian’s been putting in a real shift in every game and here’s the Brazilian working on his skills with Dutch midfielder Georginio Winjaldum:

Challenging for titles requires having a happy squad, not just the starting XI, and it appears the infectious mood has hit the fringe players as well:

Liverpool next face Brighton & Hove Albion at home on Sunday (2200 IST) in the final club fixture before the international break ensues.