Premier League | Liverpool falls by three in front of Brentford

Premier League | Liverpool falls by three in front of Brentford

- World Soccer Today -

A few moments ago, the opening match of the nineteenth round ended with Liverpool's defeat by Brentford City, 3-1.

The match started quickly, in the 7th minute, with a pass from Mohamed Salah to Darwin Nunez, who missed it when the goal was completely empty after passing by the goalkeeper.

And in the 22nd minute, Konati misses the road and scores an own goal to announce the first goals of the match, and the result becomes 1/0 in favor of the owners of the land, “Brentford”.

In the 26th and 39th minutes, two goals were disallowed in favor of Brentford, due to offside by the same player, “Wisa,” the team’s striker.

Finally, the 41st minute came, and with it came the second goal in favor of Brentford, after a cross from Jansen, translated by Wessa with a powerful header, into the goal of Brazilian goalkeeper Alison Becker.

The half of the first meeting ends with the hosts' lead over Liverpool, with two goals to none.

The second half of the meeting began with pressure from Liverpool club in order to correct the situation, and already in the 48th minute, Darwin Nunez, the Reds striker, succeeded in scoring, but the goal was canceled due to offside.

But soon Liverpool scored again in the 50th minute through Oxlade Chamberlain, after a wonderful cross translation from right-back Alexander Arnold, making the score 2/1 in favor of Brentford.

Liverpool's quest for adjustment continued with many opportunities, but all opportunities were in vain.

And this continued until the 85th minute came, and with it came the third goal for the landlords, through Mbeumo, the team’s striker, after a long pass from the middle of the field from Matthias Jansen.

With this victory, Brentford's balance rose to 26 points from 18 matches, with 6 wins, 8 draws and 4 defeats, and jumped three places to become seventh.

While Liverpool's balance stopped at point 28 out of 17 matches, in sixth place.

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