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Ox Stuns Genk as Reds Run Rampant in Belgium

Liverpool cruised past Genk in their Champions League matchup with an emphatic 4-1 mauling. Goals from Mane, Salah and a brace from Ox highlighted a dominant performance by the Reds. The win distances Liverpool from third-place RB Salzburg by three points in Group E. Liverpool now turn their focus to Tottenham on Sunday

Rusty Reds fall to City in Community Shield

Liverpool fall to Manchester City in penalties in the Community Shield after falling victim to the "game of inches" yet again. A rusty start to the game resulted in a Raheem Sterling goal after a defensive lapse in concentration on a set-piece.  David Silva’s classy flick found the open Sterling who

Liverpool front three end Porto’s UCL hopes

Sadio Mané, Mohamed Salah and Roberto Firmino all make the scoresheet as Liverpool end Porto’s Champions League hopes. A slow start to the game had Reds’ fans on their feet. Porto were in fourth gear from the first whistle and Liverpool made far too many mistakes. But it was the Merseyside club

Salah screamer sends Liverpool top

A Mohamed Salah long-range strike in the second-half capped off a dominant 2-0 win over Chelsea. The Egyptian smashed home a left-footed belter into the top left corner from nearly 40 yards out. He then promptly celebrated without any hesitation, even if it was against his former team. Sadio Mané was also on

Henderson heroics sends Reds top

Jordan Henderson starred as Liverpool come back late to beat Southampton 3-1 and go top of the table. The Reds conceded an early goal after Saints' striker Shane Long hammered home a close-range shot for the lead. The home side went on to play a very disciplined game, choking any attack

Tale of Two Halves: Watford 0-3 Liverpool

Liverpool captain Jordan Henderson will miss the Merseyside derby after picking up a red card in a 3-0 win over Watford. Henderson was cautioned with a yellow earlier in the match but brought down Etienne Capoue with nine minutes remaining. His ill-disciplined sending off may have limited the team to 10 men, but