Ruthless Leicester Compound Liverpool’s Woes

Ruthless Leicester Compound Liverpool's Woes
Leicester Players celebrate after scoring a goal
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Leicester City were at their best as they scored three late goals to inflict more woes on champions Liverpool on Saturday, defeating the Reds at home to move to the second spot on the premier league table.

After an intense first half that saw no goals, Liverpool took the lead on 67 minutes of play through Mohamed Salah.

Brazilian winger Roberto Firmino played in Salah, who showed great determination to get to the ball before a couple of defenders, and from inside the box he shot into the left side of the net.

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Leicester leveled on 78 minutes through James Maddison.

Maddison showcased his brilliant free-kick ability, particularly from a distance like this. He hit the ball perfectly and it ended up inside the right post.

Jamie Vardy made it 2-1 for Leicester on 81 minutes, seizing on the loose ball after a huge error from Alisson, and found the back of the net from inside the box.

The home side made it 3-1 through Harvey Barnes on 85 minutes, who after getting on the end of a brilliant pass fired a precise shot that went inside the right post.

Many Liverpool players maybe blamed for the recent dip in results as they have failed to replicate the efforts liverpool is always known for, Goal keeper Alison could directly be blamed for allowing a Jamie Vardy score leicester’s second goal.

Liverpool Boss speaking after the game indicated that the former champions may have conceded the EPL title this season considering their recent poor run of form which has seen them drop to 4th on the log just one point above 5th placed Chelsea who have a game in hand and seems to have discovered themselves after German tactician – Thomaas Tuchel came on board. Chelsea however would not play till Monday.

 

AFRICA TODAY NEWS, NEW YORK

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