Limp Liverpool Mauled By City

Limp Liverpool Mauled By City

Liverpool's title party was brought to an abrupt end after they were walloped 4-0 by Manchester City at the Etihad. Goals from Kevin de Bruyne, Raheem Sterling, Phil Foden, and an Alex Oxlade Chamberlain own goal condemned the full-strength, yet at times shambolic Reds to a heavy defeat. Despite some good chances, the visitors -- many of whom looked to feeling the impact of their league winning celebrations -- fluffed several chances and the hosts capitalized on all their opportunities. …
Liverpool 4-0 Crystal Palace: Observations as Reds remind us why they're champions

Liverpool 4-0 Crystal Palace: Observations as Reds remind us why they're champions

109 days after Liverpool last won a game of football, you could almost be forgiven for forgetting just how mighty Jurgen Klopp's title brigade really is. But this masterful performance reminded us why the Reds are a mere speck in the distance in this Premier League title race. After a steady restart against Everton, Liverpool roared back to their best, and Crystal Palace were rendered their plaything. Liverpool set their own tempo in an empty Anfield The pace of most …
Liverpool 4-0 Crystal Palace: Who Was Man of the Match?

Liverpool 4-0 Crystal Palace: Who Was Man of the Match?

Liverpool moved within 2 points of the Premier League title with a resounding 4-0 win against Crystal Palace at Anfield. The Reds dominated proceedings from start to finish and made an in-form Eagles side look like they belonged in a different division. The victory means Manchester City must win at Stamford Bridge on the 25th of June to prevent Liverpool from being crowned champions before the two sides meet at the Etihad next week. In goal, Alisson may have had …
Player ratings as Liverpool go within a game of the league title

Player ratings as Liverpool go within a game of the league title

Now that's the Liverpool we know playing the football we love! Four-nil against Crystal Palace to send Hodgson back down the motorway scurrying. Three more points, leaving Liverpool two from the title and just a game away potentially, should Manchester City fail to beat Chelsea on Thursday night. Here's your ratings from Liverpool 4-0 Crystal Palace. Alexander-Arnold the standout defender Alisson (6): Very difficult to give him much more given Palace didn't have a touch in Liverpool's box. Seriously, the only …
Title within reach as Reds rip Palace

Title within reach as Reds rip Palace

Is forgotten man Minamino ready to star?

Is forgotten man Minamino ready to star?

What's been the best performance by an opposition player at Anfield this season? It's obvious, isn't it? Takumi Minamino's masterclass for Salzburg in the Champions League was a joy to watch at times, even if he was doing his best to rob Liverpool of group stage points. The Japanese caught the eye throughout on a balmy European night, scoring a superb volley and often running the show with subtle touches and endless running. The Reds ended up winning 4-3 in …
Chelsea 2-0 Liverpool: Player Ratings

Chelsea 2-0 Liverpool: Player Ratings

Liverpool get knocked out in the Fifth Round of the FA Cup by Chelsea after a 2-0 loss at Stamford Bridge. Another really poor and disappointing performance from the Reds as they fall to their third defeat in four games, in three different competitions. Adrian - 5 You can’t make mistakes like the one he made for the Willian goal, but made a couple of very good stops as well. Neco Williams - 5 Started brightly and delivered a couple …
Odsonne Edouard: Liverpool's Potential Back Up Forward

Odsonne Edouard: Liverpool's Potential Back Up Forward

Liverpool's front three, Mohamed Salah, Roberto Firmino and Sadio Mane, are world renowned for their quality and on field compatibility. Behind them in the Reds' pecking order are Xherdan Shaqiri and Divock Origi, both of whom played their roles -- with the Belgian especially prominent in the march to Madrid -- in the club's sixth European Cup triumph last June. However, due to injury and inconsistency of performance when selected, neither Shaqiri nor Origi have truly grasped their chances and …
Reasons why Liverpool can sign Werner, Sancho and Havertz

Reasons why Liverpool can sign Werner, Sancho and Havertz

It feels as though Liverpool are the only top team not allowed to have more than eleven good players. Whenever there’s a link to a top player, the media and countless pundits pipe up to claim they’d struggle to break into Jurgen Klopp’s starting XI so they shouldn’t be signed.  It’s happened recently with Timo Werner. He’s been linked with a move to Merseyside for the best part of three years now but reports claiming he’s set to leave RB …
Limp Liverpool struggle to Shrewsbury Stalemate

Limp Liverpool struggle to Shrewsbury Stalemate

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