The Liverpool Echo report that Shearer, who played alongside Alex-Arnold for England, said that the 19-year-old “didn’t look like he knew what day it was”. Liverpool lost 4-1 to Manchester City on Sunday and Alex-Arnold was booked in the first half for a foul on Fernandinho. Alan Shearer on Alex-Arnold: "He didn't look like he knew what day it
Salah opened the scoring for Liverpool with a trademark clinical finish at the back post, but City were level just a minute later when Riyad Mahrez tapped in from Kevin De Bruyne’s cross. Liverpool regained the lead through Sadio Mane, who rounded Manchester City’s goalkeeper Ederson and slotted home, before Salah made it 3-0 with a delightful lob over the goalkeeper. City’s response came in the form of a Mah
“I thought Grealish was absolutely fantastic,” Shearer told BBC Sport. “I thought he was brilliant today. He’s got a real trickbag and he used it today. He made Alexander-Arnold really work hard.” Shearer was also full of praise for the team’s display in general, crediting the”unbelievable” attitude of the squad. “It’
“He was outstanding. He created some good chances, took some great shots, and his passing was excellent.”
“He was Liverpool’s standout performer and deserved the man of the match award.” After his matchwinning performance against Liverpool, Coutinho’s Twitter account (@Coutinho) went viral with tweets praising the Brazilian’s individual brilliance. He’s definitely one of the most talented midfielders I’ve ever seen. @LFC #Morelia #Atleti A post shared by Gabriel Barbosa (@gabriel
“It was only by the end of the season that he started to get his head around it and I think he enjoyed it. “He has a lot of pace, a lot of power and a lot of agility. He is a very good footballer. He is going to get better and better.” City hope that the young defender can now establish himself as first- choice at right-back after making a promising start to his career.
In the above example, the commentator is saying that the manager, who is Trent Alexander-Arnold, should have been more aggressive towards the player who scored the goal, and that the player, who is Eden Hazard, was too good for him.
Robertson had a very frustrating season for Liverpool. His errors kept costing his team goals and in the end, his season wasn’t very good.
TSG Hoffenheim’s Sandro Wagner, who was one of the villains of the match, was booked in the 78th minute. 8. Mohamed Salah was booked in the 84th minute fora decision that O’Hara thought was “a little harsh”. 9. Liverpool were awarded a penalty in the 89th minute but it was saved by Manuel Neuer. 10. RB Leipzig’s
Liverpool manager, Jurgen Klopp, got infuriated with Robertson when he dived in for the first goal of the game. Liverpool was losing 3-1 and Klopp was visibly raging on the sidelines. Robertson just kept getting pulled down by the opposition players, hence the Klopp's reaction.
Liverpool's defeat means they are no longer in control of their own destiny in the Premier League. Victory for Chelsea would see them slip to fifth but with a win for Liverpool over Arsenal, they would finish in fourth place.
City’s midfield was awful, in particular Fernandinho. He was dispossessed four times, losing the ball easily and was ineffective in completing any passes. Ilkay Gundogan also struggled, often failing to make an impact in the middle of the park. Liverpool’s midfield was also poor, with the exception of Jordan Henderson. The captain was effective in possession, making a number of key passes and creating chances for his team-mates. However, he was largely