Fabinho celebrates with defender Virgil van Dijk after scoring.
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Juergen Klopp called for calm after Liverpool's 4-0 win over Newcastle helped extend the club's lead at the top of the Premier League to six points.Liverpool were also helped by Manchester City's faltering form as the champions lost at Leicester, meaning Klopp's men comfortably head the Premier League table from Tottenham, who moved above City with a 5-0 win over Bournemouth.However, any idea that Klopp is getting carried away with Liverpool's current league position was soon waved away by the German.Anfield remained restless until straight after the break when Paul Dummett tugged Salah's shirt, prompting a soft-looking penalty that the Egyptian comfortably slotted past Martin Dubravka.Liverpool grew ever more confident once they had a two-goal lead and they really twisted the knife toward the end, as Xherdan Shaqiri clipped home from close range after 79 minutes before Fabinho nodded home a fourth to really hurt the visitors.
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