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The story going into last Sunday's game against Chelsea put all the focus on an equally pivotal clash between the two sides back in 2014 -- a match Jordan Henderson watched from the stands This time around, the Liverpool captain was key to his side's first home victory against Chelsea in

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

CL Match Preview: Liverpool versus Porto

Liverpool travel to Portugal to face FC Porto in the second league of the Champions League quarter-final. The Reds have a strong chance of progressing to the semi-finals for the second consecutive season if they keep a clean sheet. Previous encounters: Porto have failed to beat Liverpool in seven attempts losing four times

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

Liverpool versus Chelsea – Red Redemption?

Liverpool host Chelsea tomorrow in what is potentially a title-deciding match. In an all too familiar situation, @callumsanderson previews the Red's latest test in their hope to end their trophy drought. Almost exactly five years ago, Mamadou Sakho played a simple square ball to Steven Gerrard.  Then every Liverpool fan's

Liverpool Squad Solutions – Right-Back

In the latest instalment of Liverpool Squad Solutions @callumsanderson brings the right-back position under the microscope. It's crazy to think Liverpool went into the season with two out-and-out right-backs in Trent Alexander-Arnold and Nathaniel Clyne. Fast-forward to today and it might be the position with the least amount of depth. In fact,

Player Ratings: Liverpool 2-0 Porto

Liverpool shifted their attention to their European rivals after a heroic performance at St Mary's in the Premier League. The Reds hosted Porto at Anfield in the Champions League quarter-final. With key personnel out in the shape of left-back Andy Robertson, Jurgen Klopp's Reds knew that they faced an arduous

Ryan Kent: attacking depth in-house?

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Liverpool loanees have enjoyed mixed fortunes recently but could Ryan Kent's eye-catching Scotland spell have him primed for a first-team opportunity next season? Reinforcing the attack It is no secret that Jürgen Klopp will be looking to boost his attacking options in the summer. Dominic Solanke left the club in January for

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