Liverpool Dominant Performance Against Leicester Breaks Premier League Record

Liverpool Dominant Performance Against Leicester Breaks Premier League Record

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Liverpool has been plague with Covid and injuries this season but the Champions never gave up on their season even after losing Van Dijk, Salah, or Alexander Arnold.

Liverpool faced Leicester and many questioned the ability of Liverpool’s defensive lineup in the last few weeks and with Joe Gomez suffering an injury in international duty.

Jurgen Klopp placed his bet on his only recognized 1st team CB – Joel Matip and CDM Fabinho who on several instances had to step up in more defensive role.

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Liverpool showed that they are the true champions today by beating Leicester 3-0. Several youngsters got a chance to show their potential among Nacho Williams and Curtis Jones catching the eye.

Bobby Firmino finally ended his goal drought and sealed the score with a header late in the game. Bobby had a fine day today got close on several instances.

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Liverpool’s today win increased their unbeaten home record run to mind-blowing 63 games!

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