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Player Ratings: Salah’s penalty seals the deal against Brighton

Liverpool were under pressure to bounce back from their recent back-to-back defeats. Brighton & Hove Albion made it tricky for the Reds, but a Mohamed Salah penalty was enough to give them all three points. @Hormiz_LFC gives his player ratings: Player Ratings Alisson: 7 Brighton didn't have a single shot on target so Alisson had little

Salah’s Brighton pen sends Liverpool back in form

Mohamed Salah's penalty against Brighton fires Liverpool to a seven-point lead at the top after back-to-back defeats.  An injury scare to Trent Alexander-Arnold and a Fabinho/van Dijk makeshift partnership at the back proved to be non-factors in an otherwise dominant win for the Reds. Goals Mohamed Salah 50' (PEN) https://twitter.com/LFC/status/1084087616255987712 With Dejan Lovren's latest injury

How Xherdan Shaqiri is quietly evolving at Liverpool

Xherdan Shaqiri has hit the ground running at Liverpool, clicking with the Reds' vaunted front three and instantly endearing himself to the club's supporters. But his transition has required more adaptation than meets the eye... The right talent, the wrong opportunities Xherdan Shaqiri has spent the better part of the past decade

Liverpool 4-0 Newcastle – Four goals at Anfield for the Boxing Day

Liverpool secure the win against Newcastle with four goals at Anfield, from four different scorers. The Reds controlled the game from the start to the end. Liverpool stands now six points ahead of... Tottenham. Goals Lovren 10' Salah 47' Shaqiri 79' Fabinho 85'  Today is Boxing Day and the sun is shinning at Anfield, where Liverpool faces Newcastle, currently

Kitching and Sweetman-Kirk impress in Liverpool’s Continental Cup win

A tense penalty shoot-out resulted in a landmark win for the Reds in the Continental Cup on Wednesday. Fran Kitching and Courtney Sweetman-Kirk delivered stand-out performances to contribute to the victory. Reading hosted Liverpool for the second successive time as the stage was set for a vital Continental Cup clash. Liverpool Women

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