Salah and Liverpool get back on track / Premier League (J29)

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Salah and Liverpool get back on track / Premier League (J29)


Liverpool got back on track in the English league following their success against Bournemouth (2-1). A short victory but good for morale.



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Liverpool got back on track in the English league following their success against Bournemouth (2-1). A short victory but good for morale.

After two consecutive defeats, one in the league and another in the Cup, Liverpool needed to react this Saturday when they hosted the Bournemouth Cherries and they did. Despite a missed start to the game, the Merseysiders managed to recover and fetch their 27th success in 29 league games. Everything was not perfect for the Klopp team, but the success achieved and especially the demonstrated reaction are reassuring before the reception of Atletico Madrid next Wednesday in the knockout stages of the Champions League.

The match had therefore started badly for the Reds with a goal conceded in the 9th minute from Callum Wilson (0-1). The latter found himself at the conclusion of a good collective movement of his team, while the defense of Liverpool was once again the pick. A realization heralding a complicated afternoon for the locals. The latter finally doubted only a quarter of an hour. It was enough time for Mohamed Salah to set the record straight and revive his own. For his 100th appearance in the Premier League, the Egyptian put his 70th goal by converting a service from his teammate Sadio Mane (25th, 1-1) from a pivot shot.

Liverpool can thank captain

A key assists in the equalizer, the Senegalese striker turned into a scorer eight minutes later. Exploiting a full axis pass from Virgil Van Dijk which pierced the defense of Bournemouth, the number 10 of the Reds went to challenge the goalkeeper in a face to face and he beat him with a shot from the right foot (33rd). Liverpool then took the advantage and the score then did not change. The PL leader could have aggravated the brand, with in particular big break opportunities missed by Mane (74th), Salah (77th) and Firmino (91st). But, he could also very well have conceded the equalization. Captain James Milner made a spectacular line rescue at playtime. A precious intervention that is worth a goal, and which therefore allows Liverpool to get back on track. Van Dijk et al. Are just three wins away from securing the title.



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