Salah and Roberto Firmino took time to make an impact, with the Egyptian spurning the first real chance of the game when he sliced wide from close range.
"It is clear that everyone knows about the quality of Bournemouth".
Thirty-two-year-old Milner, meanwhile, celebrated his milestone 500th game in the Premier League against Bournemouth. Not the most impressive finish, but surprising.
'But we do believe we'll be a slightly different team without him but still we could be an effective team.
"Salah looked good, didn't he", Howe said in his post-match news conference.
"No. 500 games. I have to congratulate him (Milner) for his fantastic career", said Salah.
"We were well in the game at 1-0 down and I thought we were set up to have a really good second half".
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The forward, now levelled with Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang atop the league scorers' chart with 10 goals, is only bettered by Barcelona Lionel Messi [45 goals] who has scored the most goals in Europe top five leagues since the beginning of last season.
This, admittedly, is not the biggest crisis Eddie Howe's side have faced, and those who remember just surviving relegation from League Two barely a decade ago presumably won't cry themselves to sleep about not beating the very best in the Premier League.
Now getting back into his most imperious stride after a slow start to the campaign, Salah added: "My expectations are very high".
"He was absolutely brilliant, said Klopp".
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Liverpool manager Juergen Klopp celebrates after the match with Mohamed Salah.
There was no controversy about the second, though, as he shrugged off a foul to slip the ball into the corner, three minutes into the second half.
Ralph Hasenhüttl's start to life as Southampton manager got off to a bad start as Callum Paterson scored the victor in a 1-0 victory to move Cardiff up to 14th and three points clear of the bottom three.