Roma and Bayern recorded notable away victories ahead of European action while Mohamed Salah struck again for Liverpool.
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Hannover 0-3 Bayern München
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Thomas Müller, Robert Lewandowski and Sebastian Rudy scored in the second half as champions Bayern continued their free-scoring form. Jupp Heynckes' men have now registered 14 goals in the three matches since their last UEFA Champions League outing. Lewandowski's goal was his 28th in as many league games this term.
West Brom 2-2 Liverpool
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Mohamed Salah struck for the 31st time in the Premier League this season, but Liverpool let a two-goal lead slip to draw at West Brom. Danny Ings gave the Reds a fourth-minute lead with his first goal since October 2015 and Salah's 41st of the season in all competitions seemed to have sealed the points. However, Jake Livermore and Salomon Rondón grabbed a point for the bottom side in the final 11 minutes.
SPAL 0-3 Roma
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Second-half goals from Radja Nainggolan and Patrik Schick – his first in the league for almost a year – ensured Roma warmed up for their trip to Anfield with a convincing victory at SPAL. Francesco Vicari's own goal had given the visitors a half-time lead and they remain third in a tight race to qualify for next season's UEFA Champions League.
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