In some ways the Reds were fortunate to take a point. In others, they perhaps would be disappointed not to leave Old Trafford with all three. Football is a funny old game…
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It looked like Brendan Rodgers’ side were going to spoil the party, until referee Chris Kavanagh pointed to the spot.
For the first 30 minutes the Reds were scintillating — blowing their inexperienced opponents away with their pace, precision and swagger. From there, it was a tight, nail-biting affair as Salzburg proved that they are not here simply to make up the numbers. Matthew Ramirez reports from Anfield.
It was a tough afternoon for Liverpool in South Yorkshire, but they got down and dirty with their opponents and came out with a three points that will delight Jürgen Klopp.
A Liverpool side littered with talents youngsters and debutants shows that you can win games with kids, as the Reds won comfortably away at MK Dons.
Liverpool had to dig in deep to hold on to victory as Chelsea pushed and pushed until the dying embers of the Premier League clash, but held on to record a 2-1 victory at Stamford Bridge.