*** 2 × 1 was Liverpool vs. Leicester City. Klopp’s men came back from the game and remain in sixth place in the competition. Read the match report here
Liverpool beat Leicester City 2×1 at Anfield to be in the race for positions in international competition. Despite starting losing the game, he was able to turn the score around.
The visit began winning early with a goal from Kieran Dewsbury-Hall. The equalizer and the go-ahead goal for Liverpool came at the feet of a Leicester player. Two goals against Wout Faes They gave the victory to Klopp’s men.
With this victory they remain in sixth place and have 28 points, one less than Manchester United. They leave their record at eight wins, four wins and four losses.
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Liverpool vs. Leicester: Match Chronicle
First time with all the emotions
The match began with quite vertigo on the part of both teams. Liverpool controlled the ball from the first minute, but the counterattack was one of the foxes.
At 4′, with the first effective counterattack, Leicester was able to do damage. Run from half court Kieran Dewsbury-Hall against the rival area to define left-footed on Alisson for 0x1.
In the play, the Liverpool defense was opened by a drag of marks made by Daka on the run. He generated the spaces for the English midfielder to score the first on the scoreboard.
Then the game began to turn red. Liverpool tried by all possible means, but the defense was solid in the background. One of the attacks ended up inside the visiting arc, but Mohamed Salah was in an advanced position.
Minutes later, the equalizing goal for the reds arrived. Cross from the right side by Alexander-Arnold who deflected Wout Faes and sent her to her own door. It was the first goal against of the game for the center-back. At 38 ‘the 1×1 fell.
At 45′, Liverpool was looking at all costs to go ahead at half-time and they succeeded. Darwin Núñez’s quick run down the left until he entered the Leicester area, he finished past Ward and the ball hit the post. On Faes’s attempted clearance, he dangled her at the angle of her own arc.
It was 2×1 that gave Klopp’s team calm, but that began to raise doubts in the defense of the visit. With the second goal against Faes the first half ended.
Second processing time
The second part was not as striking as the first. The lights in the game were diluting as the minutes of play passed.
The locals had control of the ball and played with the score in their favor. Leicester began to despair in search of the goal that would give them the tie, but morally they were devastated by how they had lost the advantage.
Half the court controlled her Thiago Alcantara. According to FotMob he was the engagement MVP. He had an 88% success rate on the passes he executed. He won most of the duels he had and touched the ball 112.
With the score fully defined, Liverpool having fun with the ball and Leicester looking for a tie, the main Craig Pawson ended the commitment in Liverpool.
What else happened at Liverpool vs. Leicester?
- There was only one player cautioned. The yellow one was for him Boubakary Soumare from Leicester City.
- In the match three players were injured. Two for Liverpool: Andrew Robertson and Harvey Elliot. at leicester Patson Daka came out in the first half.
- Seven minutes of added time were added. Three in the first half and four in the second half.
- The main referee was Craig Pawson; he had a smooth game to handle.
Liverpool will have to visit Brentford on the next day, on January 2, 2023 at 2:30 pm, Chilean time, at the Brentford Community Stadium. The match will be broadcast on ESPN and Star+.
Leicester City receives Fulham at the King Power Stadium on January 3, 2023, at 4:45 pm, Chilean time. This match will have a Star+ broadcast.