Liverpool vs Salzburg (4-3)
Mohamed worship stuck doubly as holders port survived a serious Champions League scare to defeat city 4-3 at Anfield. Liverpool vs Salzburg
Sadio Mane, saint Oscar Palmer Robertson, and worship goals had on the face of it place Jurgen Klopp’s facet in complete management in what was their first European game on home soil since triumphing in last season’s competition.
They were left surprised, however, once the guests responded via goals from Hwang Hee-chan, Takumi Minamino and substituted Erling Haaland.
But Salah’s sixth goal of the campaign with twenty-one minutes remaining got the Reds out of jail as they got up and running in cluster E.
The guests served associate early warning via Minamino’s long-range shot, nevertheless by the ninth minute the Reds were ahead once Mane.
Drove towards goal down the left before taking part in a one-two with Roberto Firmino and slotting within the proper post.
Robertson doubled the advantage within the twenty-fifth minute. Finishing a slick move he had started close to the halfway line once he sweptback home Trent River Alexander-Arnold’s cross from six yards out.
Liverpool created it three eleven minutes later and had city goalkeeper Cican Stankovic to convey as he parried Firmino’s header. Into Salah’s path and therefore Egypt forward made no mistake from shut vary.
Salzburg gave themselves some hope six minutes before the break due to an excellent individual goal from Hwang, WHO cut within Vergil van Dijk before firing home.
The home facet created a content begin to the half and that they penalized once Minamino sent a rasping volley into the bottom and on the far side Adrian.
That was enough to prompt the introduction of in-form Haaland and he before long had his goal, sound in from shut vary for his fifteenth of the campaign to silence Anfield.
|60′||Salzburg||E. B. Haland|
|4||Virgil van Dijk|
|9||Hee Chan Hwang|
Liverpool vs Salzburg Match Statistics
|5||Shots on goal||5|
|2||Shots off goal||5|
|9||Shots inside box||6|
|1||Shots outside box||4|