Liverpool’s 68 home undefeated run ends in Burnley’s hands Alison 5/10 – Soccer Sports

LiverpoolAn incredible 68-game undefeated run in Anfield was over when the champion was beaten 1-0 on the lawn at home By elasticity Burnley side.

Ashley Barnes Leaning out of the grass to shoot the game’s only goal from where it was previously defeated by Alison in a hurry, visitors continued to insist on a huge three points.

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At the other end, England Goalkeeper Nick Pope Created a catalog of excellent stops to reject Divock Origi, Trent Alexander Arnold And Mohamed Salah In particular, Oriji messed up the bar as the Reds failed to score a goal in the fourth Premier League.

As a result, Jurgen Klopp’s team (who has not currently won five league games) has been unable to close the gap with the leader and remains six points away from the top. .. Manchester United..


The organizers have actively launched a contest showing that they dominate everything except one statistic. Playing the Reds in more than half of the season still remains very much in the title race, but that’s all the positives I can find.


Liverpool’s continued drought in front of the goal means that Liverpool won only once in the bottom six games of the season.With Tottenham Everton Take advantage of the games you have at hand.

The manager’s evaluation is a perfect score of 10

Five– Klopp made two changes to Front 3 in January to score a league goal with Divock Origi. Xherdan Shaqiri Both were involved, but the results were pretty much the same as the Reds provided another substandard display before the goal.

Player Rating (1-10; 10 = Highest. Players introduced after 70 minutes have no rating)

GK Allison, 5– He quickly descended to stop the first cross and deny Burns, but a blood rush defeated the latter, who defeated him from the spot in the 83rd minute, ensuring an unlikely victory.

DF Trent Alexander Arnold, 5– As expected, I created an infinite collection of crosses from the right, but once there was no red shirt on the edge. Wise relief from the Pope was needed to deny his low left foot strike, but he ignited a fascinating free kick.

DF Joel Matip, 6- The unfortunate return of the 29-year-old, who first appeared on December 27th. He produced a display composed behind, but Alison’s error means that there is no clean sheet to show it.

DF Fabinho,Five– The chances in the first half are now defensive hardliners, but neither could be pushed behind the net. We are fortunate not to be fired for a break due to a kickout after a half-time whistle.

DF Andrew Robertson, 6- There are a lot of overlapping runs, but besides the intelligent back heels Sadio Mané And with some deep crosses that didn’t help, Scott rarely showed his offensive efforts.

Midfielder Xherdan Shaqiri, 6- Few are good at balls Switzerland A star who asked a question with an attractive delivery in a box that Fabinho glanced at. Later, the Pope scrambled just after a widespread lightning strike.

Midfielder Chiago, 6- Fresh from a breathtaking performance with Manchester United, the midfielder chose Trent Alexander-Arnold on a pass that sublimated to the right, but the painful challenge from Burns probably symbolized a frustrating night.

MF Giorgi Nio Wizinal Dam, 6- There is a lot of effort, but no joy. The Dutch saw his strike from a range that was comfortably blocked in the opening exchange, but as Burnley repelled another dangerous Liverpool attack, he made a nice weighted pass to the right Chiago. I chose.

MF Alex Oxlade Chamberlain,Five,- Ox’s fourth Premier League appearance in the season, with Nick Pope’s palm stabbed from the edge of the box with a strong drive. After that, he became quiet and withdrew for the last 30 minutes.

FW Divock Origi, 5 — It was a rare start for a man to desperately score a goal, but it wasn’t because he burned his first effort horribly on the bar. The forward responded well and saw some decent efforts saved by the impressive Pope, but rattled the woodwork when it was cleaned off the breakaway.

FW Sadio Mané, 7- Showing the strength the manager would have been looking for when the ball he was looking for towards Robertson was aimed at the corner, he caused problems in several driving runs and put pressure on the visit defense.


FW Mohamed Salah, 6- It took him three minutes to get the most out of the Pope after he arrived. The keeper somehow locked out his sweetly struck efforts towards a nearby post.

FW Roberto Firmino,Five– In the 57th minute, he changed Oriji and wasted three great opportunities. At first I steered wide from a tight angle and then terribly miscued from Robertson’s cutback.

FW Takumi Minamino, N / R- It was an energetic exhibition after the introduction was delayed, but he could not find a way to overcome a strong visit defense.

– Soccer Sports

Liverpool’s 68 home undefeated run ends in Burnley’s hands Alison 5/10 Liverpool’s 68 home undefeated run ends in Burnley’s hands Alison 5/10

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