Liverpool Light Up Anfield In Five Goal Thriller

Liverpool Light Up Anfield In Five Goal Thriller

Liverpool lifted the Premier League trophy for the first time ever after they dismantled Chelsea 5-3 in a ding-dong battle at Anfield. Goals from Naby Keita, Trent Alexander Arnold, Georginio Wijnaldum and Roberto Firmino saw the Reds race into a 4-1 lead, with Olivier Giroud scoring for the Blues on the stroke of half time. Substitute Christian Pulisic proved a catalyst for the visitors as he scored and laid on an assist for fellow replacement Tammy Abraham to bring the …
Liverpool 5-3 Chelsea: Who Was Man of the Match?

Liverpool 5-3 Chelsea: Who Was Man of the Match?

Liverpool played their final home game of the season and served up an eight-goal-thriller in a 5-3 victory over Chelsea at Anfield. With the stage literally set for the trophy lift in the Kop, the Reds had to put all celebration thoughts aside for 90 minutes to ensure going the entire league season unbeaten at home. It got pretty hairy at times, but we came through it and bagged all three points. In goal, despite conceding three, Alisson had a …
Player Ratings for Liverpool 5-3 Chelsea

Player Ratings for Liverpool 5-3 Chelsea

Liverpool proved worthy winners of the Premier League with a good effort off recently disappointing results that produced explosive moments at both end of the pitch and ultimately resulted in a satisfying double over bitter rivals Chelsea. Alisson – 6 Perhaps could have done better to prevent Chelsea’s 1st goal, but the save on Willian’s snap shot was still pretty good. Showed more of his true self after an uncharacteristic off match against Arsenal and wasn’t really at fault for …
Time for Brewster to Oust Ineffective Origi

Time for Brewster to Oust Ineffective Origi

On Thursday night, two Liverpool strikers suffered very different fortunes. It was an evening to forget for the Reds, whose lack of intensity and focus was plain to see in a rather insipid defeat to Arsenal at the Emirates. As a last throw of the dice in the second half, Jurgen Klopp turned to Divock Origi as one of his substitutes, looking for another moment of inspiration from the Belgian. What occurred was a cameo that has become far too …
Toothless Liverpool Misfire Their Way To Burnley Draw

Toothless Liverpool Misfire Their Way To Burnley Draw

Liverpool had their 100% winning record at home in the league taken away from them, after poor finishing and inspired keeper saw them frustratingly draw 1-1 at home to Burnley. Andy Robertson's arching header gave the Reds a merited lead before the visitors -- who were only in the contest thanks to heroics from keeper, Nick Pope -- stole an equaliser through an angled Jay Rodrigues volley. The hosts had two clear penalty shouts denied in a frustrating afternoon. With …
Liverpool 1-1 Burnley - Player Ratings as Reds are made to pay for profligacy

Liverpool 1-1 Burnley - Player Ratings as Reds are made to pay for profligacy

A combination of an inspired Nick Pope in the Burnley goal and some shoddy Liverpool finishing meant that the Reds' perfect Anfield record for the Premier League season brought to a halt with a 1-1 draw against Sean Dyche's side. Andy Robertson gave the Reds the lead in the first half, but Jay Rodriguez equalised late in the second, as the Reds endured a frustrating afternoon. Here's how each player fared. Alisson Becker - 6/10 Nothing he could've done for …
Key Stats as Potent Pressing Reds Beat Brighton

Key Stats as Potent Pressing Reds Beat Brighton

Liverpool returned to attacking form in explosive fashion as two goals in the opening ten minutes saw them beat Brighton 3-1 at the Amex Stadium. But what were the key stats as the Reds moved one step closer to a historic season? Three More Wins Liverpool moved into the nervous nineties, as they hit 92 points with their 30th win of the season, in just 34 games. Three more wins would take them to a record 101 points, and a …
Brighton and Hove Albion 1-3 Liverpool: Who Was Man of the Match?

Brighton and Hove Albion 1-3 Liverpool: Who Was Man of the Match?

Liverpool moved onto 92 points in the Premier League after a 3-1 win away to Brighton and Hove Albion. It was a harsh result on The Seagulls as they created more than enough chances to achieve at least a draw, but a combination of their poor finishing and The Reds’ last-ditch defending prevented that from happening. Referee Craig Pawson also tried his very best to stop us from recording another victory with his truly wretched performance, but thankfully we found …
Brighton 1-3 Liverpool - Player Ratings as Reds continue their centurions push

Brighton 1-3 Liverpool - Player Ratings as Reds continue their centurions push

Liverpool made hard work of things after a lightning start at the Amex Stadium, as they beat Brighton 3-1 thanks to a brace from Mohamed Salah. It was the Egyptian who gave Liverpool the lead, before the skipper Jordan Henderson doubled it a couple of minutes later. Brighton grew into the game for the rest of the first half, and deservedly pulled a goal back through Leandro Trossard, but Salah's header off an Andy Robertson corner sealed the points for …
Liverpool Fly Above Seagulls

Liverpool Fly Above Seagulls

Liverpool became the quickest team in Premier League history to win 30 games in a season with a 3-1 win over Brighton at the Amex Stadium. A brace from Golden Boot chasing Mohamed Salah as well as a Jordan Henderson screamer was enough to seal the win for the Reds -- who handed Neco Williams a debut at left back -- despite a far from vintage performance against a brave Brighton outfit. Liverpool roared into an early lead, with a …
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