Curtis Jones sent Liverpool into the last 16 of the UEFA Champions League as the youngsters shone brightest for the Reds at Anfield.
Author: Matthew Ramirez
A Diogo Jota goal looked to be enough for Liverpool to claim all three points on the south coast before a controversial Brighton penalty saw the Seagulls get a share of the spoils.
Complacent Reds waste their chance to secure Champions League knockout qualification with a dismal showing against Atalanta.
Liverpool stretched their unbeaten Anfield run to 64 games in the Premier League as Diogo Jota and Roberto Firmino found the back of the net. MATTHEW RAMIREZ reports.
Liverpool steamrolled Atalanta with the entire front-three finding the back of the net as a Diogo Jota hat-trick saw him become the fastest Liverpool player to reach seven goals for the club in the last 20 years. MATTHEW RAMIREZ reports.
Despite falling behind, Liverpool clawed their way back into the game and came away from Anfield with a huge three points. MATTHEW RAMIREZ reports.
Jordan Henderson’s injury time winner was ruled out by VAR for a non-existent offside, while Jordan Pickford’s lunge which injured Virgil van Dijk went unpunished.
Liverpool’s 100% start to the season came to a crashing conclusion as Aston Villa blew down the barn door and hit the Premier League champions for seven.
Arsenal got revenge on Liverpool following the weekend’s result, with Mikel Arteta’s men knocking out the Reds on penalties following a goalkeeping masterclass by Bernd Leno.
Diogo Jota made a scoring debut off the bench for Liverpool as additional goals from Sadio Mané and Andrew Robertson helped seal all three points for the Reds.