Leicester 0-4 Liverpool: As The Reds Dismantle The Foxes

Leicester 0-4 Liverpool: As The Reds Dismantle The Foxes

Before the match, both Jurgen Klopp and Brendan Rodgers refused to talk about what this match meant as to the title race. Maybe they both knew what was coming because no one watching this game would have pegged it as a title decider. The gulf in class between Liverpool and Leicester was immense, and the scoreline reflected it. There can be no doubt now that the Reds are the best side in the world and that the Premier League title …
What if... Liverpool hadn't signed Divock Origi?

What if... Liverpool hadn't signed Divock Origi?

‘It’s Saturday night and I like the way you move, Divock Origi,’ chants the Kop as the loveable Belgian forward comes on the 84th minute for Roberto Firmino in a last-ditch attempt to get one up on local rivals Everton yet again. Less than 10 minutes later, Origi had scored one of the most bizarre goals you’re likely to see and his song on the terraces was changed to a Sunday night with the addition of an expletive or two. …
Player Ratings as Liverpool are crowned Champions of the World

Player Ratings as Liverpool are crowned Champions of the World

Well it wasn’t easy, but Liverpool are Champions of the World for the first time in their history. It was far from a stellar performance, but once again the Reds did enough to get the victory.  Now, let’s see how each player performed individually. Alisson - 6 A few poor passes and didn’t look as assured on the ball as usual. However, he made a couple of important saves. Alexander-Arnold - 6 Got caught out a couple of times defensively …
Liverpool 2-1 Monterrey: Player Ratings as Reds leave it late again

Liverpool 2-1 Monterrey: Player Ratings as Reds leave it late again

After almost two weeks of serene Liverpool winning games rather comfortably, the one that leaves it late and wins 2-1 showed up in Doha this evening, as the Reds beat Mexican side Monterrey 2-1 to progress to the final of the Club World Cup, where they will face Brazilian side Flamengo. Naby Keita put Liverpool ahead early, but Jurgen Klopp's men were pegged back immediately by Rogelio Funes Mori's equaliser. The Reds left it late, and it was up to …
Origi expects

Origi expects "a lot of positive aggressiveness" in Monterrey clash

Divock Origi believes that this evening's Club World Cup semi-final between Monterrey and Liverpool is a big game for both teams and will not be taken lightly in either camp. Speaking to Liverpoolfc.com, Origi commented on the importance of trying to win what would be Liverpool's first Club World Cup trophy.
“I think it’s a very prestigious tournament. It’s hard to get here, you have to win the Champions League and it’s something we can be proud of. Playing the …
Variety Is The Spice Of Life For Freescoring Liverpool.

Variety Is The Spice Of Life For Freescoring Liverpool.

Finally, after what felt like an interminable series of 2-1 victories, Liverpool have begun winning games by scoreline's that don't look like Azealia Banks songs. The 5-2 Merseyside Derby victory over Everton was followed by a 3-0 win away to Bournemouth as the Reds began to hit their attacking straps for what felt like the first time this season. The most notable feature of these two wins -- apart from the combined 12 changes made by Jurgen Klopp, as his …
Liverpool 5-2 Everton: Who Was Man of the Match?

Liverpool 5-2 Everton: Who Was Man of the Match?

Another win for the Reds in the Premier League, this one a bit simpler than many of the recent ones. Understandable, really, being against a relegation-threatened side. The Merseyside Derby spoils are claimed by Liverpool yet again in a 5-2 thrashing of Everton. The result was never really in doubt from minute one, despite a few bits of ropey defending in periods of the first half. There were a number of excellent individual performances, so let’s take a look at …
Liverpool 5-2 Everton: Key Stats as Reds send Blues crashing into bottom three

Liverpool 5-2 Everton: Key Stats as Reds send Blues crashing into bottom three

Recently the Merseyside Derby has proven an almost excruciatingly tense encounter, decided by fine margins. But not here. This time Liverpool laid bare the gulf in quality, powering five goals past Jordan Pickford and piling the misery on their neighbours. Klopp left supporters stunned by ringing the changes, but even with the hosts at approximately 50% strength Everton were outmuscled. Their two goals are an inconvenience for Liverpool and scant solace for their supporters, who trudged home all-too-aware that the …
Player Ratings as Liverpool stick five past the Ev

Player Ratings as Liverpool stick five past the Ev

There are holes to pick that performance and a nagging concern that Liverpool's defensive lapses will eventually lead to some dropped league points, but the day we stop beating our rivals 5-2 is the day we pack it all in. Divock Origi loves a big game, Sadio Mane is a magician and Everton are really bad are my main takeaways, and here are my ratings. Snide, silly errors and more from the defence Adrian (6): Not giving him too much blame …
Origi Haunts Everton Again As Liverpool Win Derby

Origi Haunts Everton Again As Liverpool Win Derby

Liverpool restored their lead at the top of the Premier League table to eight points with a 5-2 Merseyside win over Everton at Anfield. A brace from Divock Origi and further goals from Sadio Mane, Georginio Wijnaldum and Xherdan Shaqiri gave the much changed Reds the win in a flowing game of football. The victory was the 100th in the Premier League reign of Jurgen Klopp in his 159th game as the manager of the European Champions. Everton, tactically braver …
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