Liverpool prevailed in a thrilling second half against Forest


busy in the afternoon Anfieldwhere is he Liverpool managed to dominate Nottingham Forest in the second instance of madness. The ‘reds’ edged closer to Europe thanks to a long-suffering victory over a Forest side who had leveled the match twice before. wrong decided on a set piece play.

The set of Klopp He seemed to be back to his old ways after his win against Leeds. Against Forest he hesitated defensively again, allowing his rivals to tie up twice and throw away the gains made in double for Diogo Jotaalthough unlike other occasions this time it turned out to be expensive for ‘Pool’.



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Liverpool: Alisson; Alexander-Arnold, Konate, Van Dijk, Robertson; Henderson, Fabinho (Thiago, m. 60), Curtis Jones (Milner, m. 81); Salah, Gakpo (Darwin Núñez, m. 60), Jota (Luis Díaz, m. 81).

Nottingham Forest: Kaylor Navas; Neco Williams, McKenna (Worrall, m. 30), Niakhaté, Felipe (Dennis, m. 87), Lodi (Andre Ayew, m. 87); Mangala, Freuler (Brennan Johnson, d. 79); Gibbs-White, Danilo; Awoniyi

The objectives: 1-0, m. 47: Diogo Jota. 1-1, m. 52: Nico Williams. 2-1, m. 55: Diogo Jota. 2-2, m. 67: Gibbs-White. 3-2, m. 70: Wrong.

Referee: Michael Oliver. He advises the visiting Neco Williams (m. 83) with a yellow card.

Incidents: match corresponding to the thirty-second day of the Premier League, played at Anfield stadium in front of around 53,000 spectators.

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The first half was dominated by the locals, but all the action ended in a second act of madness. Despite 83% possession at halftime, the ‘reds’ failed to penetrate the goal in an inspired Keylor Navasthough once he returned after the intermission he found his way to goal.

is Diogo Jota who opened the battles from a corner kick (47′), although Forest, who hardly created any danger in the game, swept the ‘network’ advantage with a shot from neko williams (51′).

again Jot appeared to surpass the Liverpool in another set piece play. This time he took control inside the area before losing Keylor Navas with a cross shot (55′).

He forest he defended set pieces in an abominable manner, although Liverpool went after him hard, due to a corner Gibbs-White it was scored 2-2 (67′). Again, the ‘red’ advantage is neutralized, though wrong he established himself as the hero of Anfield by establishing the final 3-2 with a lateral free kick (70′).

He endured as best he could the set of Klopp the rest of the game, although fate did not want them to enter or the Chilean from Awoniyi not a shot of Johnson which ended against the wood.

Source: La Verdad


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