Three Things We Learnt from Liverpool Vs Sevilla
- Author: Jill Young Sep 16, 2017,
Sep 16, 2017, 1:01
After dispatching title rivals Arsenal in ruthless fashion before the worldwide break, the Reds crashed to a 5-0 defeat at Manchester City before being held to a 2-2 draw by Sevilla at Anfield in the Champions League. The last game was not ideal but that is how it is after a long break but it helped him, and helped us.
He confirmed the Belgium worldwide is his first-choice for Premier League matches, while Trent Alexander-Arnold could return at right-back. But Sevilla had the final say, ensuring the two sides shared the spoils at the end of the game.
Paying for their wastefulness in front of the net, Liverpool threw away two points in their Champions League curtain raiser as Sevilla scored with both of their attempts on target to scrape at draw at Anfield.
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Firmino levelled for the Reds from close-range midway through the first half before a heavily deflected strike from Mohamed Salah handed the hosts a deserved lead at the interval. He said: 'Maybe the bench thought I'm responsible for his red card or whatever it is.
"That's something I have to consider when I think about the lineup, we need freshness in mind and in legs".
As chance after chance came and went in the first half, Joaquin Correa pounced to net a late leveller and ruin a first Anfield Champions League encounter in three seasons.
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"We knew before the game they are a really tough opponent, a clever team, but it's still really disappointing".
"He could change the way they play to protect them a little bit more, or change the personnel".
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