- Liverpool managed to beat Roma 5-2 in the Champions League on Tuesday night
- Mohamed Salah and Roberto Firmino contributed heavily to the win at Anfield
- They looked to be in a positive mood as they trained at Melwood on Thursday
By Amitai Winehouse For Mailonline
Published: 11:31 EDT, 26 April 2018 | Updated: 11:42 EDT, 26 April 2018
Liverpool's key men have trained for the first time since their Champions League semi-final first leg victory.
The Reds blitzed Roma during the game at Anfield on Tuesday evening, going five goals up courtesy of a Mohamed Salah and Roberto Firmino masterclass before conceding two.
And the two forwards had smiles on their faces as they trained at Melwood on Thursday afternoon.
Liverpool forward Mohamed Salah was in a good mood in training on Thursday afternoon
Roberto Firmino shared a smile with defender Dejan Lovren during the session at Melwood
Georginio Wijnaldum messed around with Alberto Moreno (left) while James Milner stretched
Conspicuous by his absence was Sadio Mane, who was spotted visiting a hospital on Thursday morning.
The Senegalese forward was photographed walking into the Spire Hospital in Liverpool with a slight limp.
Mane spent around half an hour in the hospital before heading elsewhere.
Both Salah and Firmino could be seen sharing a joke with defender Virgil van Dijk at various points of Thursday's training session.
Virgil van Dijk grabbed Firmino during the session while Salah continued to smile
If Salah scored against Stoke he will have the best ever 38-game Premier League season
Georginio Wijnaldum, who impressed after coming on as a substitute during the match, also messed around with Alberto Moreno.
Trent Alexander-Arnold was his usual chirpy self after another useful contribution on the European stage from the academy graduate.
James Milner and Danny Ings were involved in the session. Milner set a Champions League record for assists during the game against Roma, while Ings played for a chunk after replacing Salah.
Liverpool face Stoke City in the Premier League on Saturday before next Wednesday's game against Roma.
Trent Alexander-Arnold was impressive for Liverpool against Roma on Tuesday evening
Van Dijk is now aiming to pick up the Champions League in his first season at Liverpool