Liverpool 4-0 West Ham: – THINGS THAT WERE NOT: Jurgen Klopp enjoys a solo celebration

James Milner led his Liverpool teammates to wear a headband for the first game of the season

Liverpool's Jurgen Klopp oozes class in his first game of the season by defeating West Ham at Anfield.

Sadio Mane bagged a corset while Mo Salah and Daniel Sturridge also found the net.

Here, Sportsmail shows you some of the things you may have missed in the first Super Sunday game of the season …

Non-stop James Milner

Having received the Liverpool captaincy on Sunday, there were some concerns raised, since James Milner led his side that he can not take his role seriously. At first glance, it seemed that he chose to wear the captain's armband on his head, Karate Kid style.

As modern as James Milner is … his headband was actually there to protect the 15 points that the midfielder received in the Liverpool friendly against Napoli in Dublin.

Many players would have been sidelined after an injury of this severity, but not Milner … nothing was going to stop at Anfield for the first game of the Premier League!

James Milner led his Liverpool teammates to wear a headband for the first game of the season

James Milner led his Liverpool teammates to wear a headband for the first game of the season

THE revolution will be televised

Following the new rules of the Premier League, the Liverpool coaches made the most of their first opportunity to see replay from the dugout.

Using a specially equipped iPad, every aspect of the game was available to Klopp and Co … but it's fair to say that they did not have much to complain about while their team tested West Ham at Anfield.

The Liverpool coaches were able to see replays of the main incidents on an iPad in the dugout

The Liverpool coaches were able to see replays of the main incidents on an iPad in the dugout

The Liverpool coaches were able to see replays of the main incidents on an iPad in the dugout

Individual celebration of Klopp

Despite having full control of the game from the start, Liverpool found themselves with only one goal ahead almost half the time. That was until Captain Milner managed to find Robertson, who approached Sadio Mane without scoring to pass to Lukasz Fabianski.

It's safe to say that Jurgen Klopp fully enjoyed Liverpool's second goal after such a long buildup. While his bank was celebrated among them, the German director opted for an individual effort.

Jurgen Klopp opted for an individual celebration after Sadio Mane put his team 2-0 up before the break

Jurgen Klopp opted for an individual celebration after Sadio Mane put his team 2-0 up before the break

Jurgen Klopp opted for an individual celebration after Sadio Mane put his team 2-0 up before the break

Klopp seemed to enjoy Mane's first goal of the afternoon from his position on the sideline

Klopp seemed to enjoy Mane's first goal of the afternoon from his position on the sideline

Klopp seemed to enjoy Mane's first goal of the afternoon from his position on the sideline

& # 39; Well oiled & # 39;

In the updates of odd sponsors, the eagle-eyed spectators noticed that Liverpool had taken on a new partner. Forget about the glamor of the Manchester United whiskey partner, Liverpool has only become an official lubricant partner.

Liverpool has another sponsor for the season ... a & # 39; lubricant partner & # 39; official, do not

Liverpool has another sponsor for the season ... a & # 39; lubricant partner & # 39; official, do not

Liverpool has another sponsor for the season … a & # 39; lubricant partner & # 39; official, nothing less

Young invader

With ten minutes to go until West Ham could take a quick shower before returning to London, a young singer thought he would take a break in the game to meet his hero Mo Salah.

The Anfield commissaries were nowhere to be seen, as the invader could reach the Egyptian forcing a stop in the game. He successfully obtained the hug he was looking for and a private word from Salah that seemed more than a little embarrassed by the unwanted attention.

The precocious tone invader shot out after a word from the winner of last season's golden boot. He should consider himself lucky, since he not only took the opportunity to meet his hero, but he got rid of any reproach from Mark Noble, who has a little less time for someone to participate in the game.

Mohamed Salah from Liverpool puts his arm around a young field invader in Anfield

Mohamed Salah from Liverpool puts his arm around a young field invader in Anfield

Mohamed Salah from Liverpool puts his arm around a young field invader in Anfield

The young invader is escorted from the court by the mayordomos in the final stages of the game

The young invader is escorted from the court by the mayordomos in the final stages of the game

The young invader is escorted from the court by the mayordomos in the final stages of the game

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