Liverpool cruise to win over Red Star

Real Madrid earns 88.6M euros in Champions League prize money

Real Madrid earns 88.6M euros in Champions League prize money

Roberto Firmino gave Liverpool the lead after a wonderful assist from Andy Robertson, Mo Salah gave the Reds a second goal following a goal assist from Xherdan Shaqiri, Salah added the third goal before Senegal global, Sadio Mane gave Liverpool the finisher after he misplaced an opportunity to score.

"It always helps a player if you play a good game - it helped us and helped him", he added.

For the visitors, Srdan Babic wasted an opportunity from a set-piece when he fired over the bar but Liverpool were dominant throughout and never looked like conceding.

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Champions League victor Real Madrid earned 88.6 million euros ($101.2 million) in prize money from UEFA last season, while beaten finalist Liverpool pocketed 81.2 million euros ($92.7 million).

Now for Red Star Belgrade!

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On Wednesday night, Salah got on the score-sheet with a brace in the Champions League against Red Star Belgrade.

The performance of Fabinho, and that of Xherdan Shaqiri from the right, makes a compelling case for the two to be included again, while Joe Gomez's imperious form at centre-back alongside Virgil van Dijk is hard to ignore.

"It's great - I'm happy to score my 50th goal for Liverpool".

Liverpool bought Fabinho for £40 million during the summer and the Brazilian made just his second start of the season on Wednesday in a 4-0 win over the Serbian side.

Salah, 25, scored an incredible 44 goals in 56 games, including a Premier League record haul of 32 strikes which earned him the Golden Boot within his debut season at Anfield.

Chelsea earned the most TV revenue out of the Premier League clubs; some £35.86m going towards the second-highest English-club total of £57.6m, which is slightly more than Manchester City's £56.4m and Tottenham's £54.2m totals. Drawn in a group alongside Liverpool, Napoli and PSG, the Serbians were always unlikely to advance further in the competition and the latest result makes their task all the more hard.

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