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Liverpool Secures All Three Points Without Mane and Salah Against Brentford At Anfield
Three goals from Fabinho, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and Takumi Minamino in the absence of key forwards as Mo Salah, Mane and midfield Keita who are away to AFCON were enough to give Liverpool all three points at Anfield against Brentford on Sunday afternoon. Jurgen Klopp men have come under a lot of questions in recent days after their 0-0 draw against Arsenal in the carabao cup on how they will cope without all these players absent. Today's game was a call to action as Fabinho was able to put Liverpool in the front foot before the half-time when he nodded back post header from a corner kick. The opening goal was a well-deserved one after Liverpool have put Brentford on pressure almost half of the first half if not for the effort of the keeper Fernandez, Liverpool would have gone about two goals up from Virgil van Dijk efforts on goal while and Trent Alexander-Arnold had sent their brilliant efforts off target. Diogo Jota's shot after hitting the post was saved by goal keeper Alvaro Fernandeze to keep the score line honorable after Bryan Mbeumo had failed to find the equaliser for Brentford after taken out Matip but his falling away only make his bent shot a weak one at the other end. Oxlade-Chamberlain's 69th minute goal from a wonderful driving cross into the second half of play and Takumi Minamino's 77th minutes gifted goal by keeper Alvaro Fernandeze ensures the Liverpool's forward celebrated his birthday on a good note. Thus, this win saw Liverpool leapfrogged Chelsea to second place on the log to close the gap on Manchester City to 11 point with a game in hand.
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mr-sarriball
Liverpool Secures All Three Points Without Mane and Salah Against Brentford At Anfield
Three goals from Fabinho, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and Takumi Minamino in the absence of key forwards as Mo Salah, Mane and midfield Keita who are away to AFCON were enough to give Liverpool all three points at Anfield against Brentford on Sunday afternoon. Jurgen Klopp men have come under a lot of questions in recent days after their 0-0 draw against Arsenal in the carabao cup on how they will cope without all these players absent. Today's game was a call to action as Fabinho was able to put Liverpool in the front foot before the half-time when he nodded back post header from a corner kick. The opening goal was a well-deserved one after Liverpool have put Brentford on pressure almost half of the first half if not for the effort of the keeper Fernandez, Liverpool would have gone about two goals up from Virgil van Dijk efforts on goal while and Trent Alexander-Arnold had sent their brilliant efforts off target. Diogo Jota's shot after hitting the post was saved by goal keeper Alvaro Fernandeze to keep the score line honorable after Bryan Mbeumo had failed to find the equaliser for Brentford after taken out Matip but his falling away only make his bent shot a weak one at the other end. Oxlade-Chamberlain's 69th minute goal from a wonderful driving cross into the second half of play and Takumi Minamino's 77th minutes gifted goal by keeper Alvaro Fernandeze ensures the Liverpool's forward celebrated his birthday on a good note. Thus, this win saw Liverpool leapfrogged Chelsea to second place on the log to close the gap on Manchester City to 11 point with a game in hand.
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mr-sarriball
Liverpool Secures All Three Points Without Mane and Salah Against Brentford At Anfield
Three goals from Fabinho, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and Takumi Minamino in the absence of key forwards as Mo Salah, Mane and midfield Keita who are away to AFCON were enough to give Liverpool all three points at Anfield against Brentford on Sunday afternoon. Jurgen Klopp men have come under a lot of questions in recent days after their 0-0 draw against Arsenal in the carabao cup on how they will cope without all these players absent. Today's game was a call to action as Fabinho was able to put Liverpool in the front foot before the half-time when he nodded back post header from a corner kick. The opening goal was a well-deserved one after Liverpool have put Brentford on pressure almost half of the first half if not for the effort of the keeper Fernandez, Liverpool would have gone about two goals up from Virgil van Dijk efforts on goal while and Trent Alexander-Arnold had sent their brilliant efforts off target. Diogo Jota's shot after hitting the post was saved by goal keeper Alvaro Fernandeze to keep the score line honorable after Bryan Mbeumo had failed to find the equaliser for Brentford after taken out Matip but his falling away only make his bent shot a weak one at the other end. Oxlade-Chamberlain's 69th minute goal from a wonderful driving cross into the second half of play and Takumi Minamino's 77th minutes gifted goal by keeper Alvaro Fernandeze ensures the Liverpool's forward celebrated his birthday on a good note. Thus, this win saw Liverpool leapfrogged Chelsea to second place on the log to close the gap on Manchester City to 11 point with a game in hand.
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