Sunday, March 12, 2017

Liverpool Vs Burnley

Liverpool signed a complicated success against Burnley this Sunday. But in the eyes of Jurgen Klopp, only the three points count.
28th day of Premier League
Liverpool-Burnley: 2-1
Goals: Wijnaldum (45th), Emre Can (61st); Barnes (7th)
This time, Liverpool was not missed. Accustomed to stalling after their good results against the big ones, the Reds gleaned the result that they aimed against Burnley this Sunday. Against a team that beat them against the course of the game to go (1-2), Philippe Coutinho and cie had the merit of not panic after a failed start of the game and then reacted to go to pick a major success . With five points ahead of their fifth, and even if they have more matches compared to their direct competitors, the Merseysiders can be confident about their chances of qualifying for the next Champions League.
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The match had started badly for the men of Klopp. On the first offensive of the Clarets, they were surprised. Ashley Barnes stood in the midst of the central defenders to successfully resume a Michael Lowton center. The scenario of Turf Moor seemed to dawn, but the locals were able to stick to the brand at the best of times. Just before the break, and following an excellent service from Divock Origi, Giorginio Wijnaldum equalized for his team by beating Tom Heaton in two stages.
The second period was totally to the advantage of the Reds. So there was nothing illogical about taking advantage. In the 61st minute, Emre Can was illustrated in his favorite register, namely the strikes from afar. The German scored on a low shot 20 meters after a new decisive service of Origi. With a goal ahead, Liverpool was not completely immune. Shortly before the end, Sadio Mané could have definitely released his family, but, once it is not custom, he lacked efficiency in the last gesture. So Anfield had to hold his breath to the end and the relief was great at the final whistle.