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♦End of 90″ +

New castle United 0-2 Liverpool

90′ the mach came to an end with Liverpool winning 2-0 at New Castle’s home.

82′ Newcastle United has accumulated 6 corner kicks, 4 shots on goal and 48% possession of the ball.

73′ Liverpool accumulates 3 corner kicks, 6 shots on goal and 62% possession of the ball.

63‘ Liverpool play long positions to cool off Newcastle United who had several dangerous attacks.

55‘ Liverpool keep up the pressure all over the field looking for a defensive error.

45‘ The second time begins.



chance for Salah

45+2′ Newcastle-Liverpool 0-2

Gomez finds Salah in the Newcastle penalty area with a nice long ball. Salah has a real chance here, but he can’t control the ball well enough to fire a shot.

Warning signs for Liverpool

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Klopp throws his arms up on the sidelines in frustration. Liverpool are currently struggling to make their extra man count. They are lucky that Burn’s header went off the crossbar. Almiron booked

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Salah and Nunez work together to break through the center of the pitch before Almiron tripped Salah on the edge of the box and earns a yellow card.

Liverpool ends consecutive streaks

36′ Newcastle-Liverpool 0-2

Newcastle went 17 games unbeaten in the Premier League in this match. They also had a 17-game streak where they didn’t concede more than a goal in any game.

Brutal for the Pope

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Hello darkness my old friend…

I have no idea what Nick Pope was thinking there, but he personally pays a very high price for his crazy moment. He is out of the League Cup final. Liverpool thrives on chaos.

28′ Newcastle-Liverpool 0-2

What a crazy game. Liverpool had to take the pressure early on, now leading 2-0 against 10 men.
I have no idea what Pope was thinking there. He made it an absolute hash. The referee had no choice but to send him off the pitch. RED CARD! Newcastle at 10!

22′ Newcastle 0-2 Liverpool

Alisson’s brilliant distribution releases Salah in goal. Pope rushes across the box to clear the ball. He dives but does not touch his head and his arms briefly close around the ball.

Liverpool’s second

21′ Newcastle 0-2 Liverpool

Liverpool double their lead and it’s another brilliantly crafted goal. Nice cut pass from Salah and Gakpo cleverly concealed it. Liverpool attack with the kind of movement, cut and quality that we haven’t seen enough of this season.

Liverpool’s quick start

21′ Newcastle 0-2 Liverpool

And just when we thought it was a quick start for Newcastle… Liverpool responded as well as Jurgen Klopp had hoped.

Fabinho reserved

21′ Newcastle 0-2 Liverpool

Fabinho passes through Anderson and receives a yellow card for his troubles.

AIM! Liverpool double the lead!

17′ Newcastle 0-2 Liverpool

Gakpo takes a brilliant through ball from Salah and fires it home! Liverpool have surprised Newcastle here!

Offside VAR notes but the goal holds!

Newcastle had started so well

15‘ Newcastle 0-1 Liverpool

What a blow this Liverpool goal is and t no tally against the grain of the game. Newcastle had started so well and with such conviction, but there they were caught on the break, leaving a large gap in the center of the pitch which Darwin Nunez ran into to score his first Premier League goal since 12 November.

OBJECTIVE! Liverpool forward!

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Nunez gets too much space in midfield. He catches a long ball over Alexander-Arnold, uses his chest to control it, and blasts it past Pope.

The VAR checks if Nunez used his arm to control the ball, but the goal stands!

Alisson is already there

10′ Newcastle 0-0 Liverpool

It was a spirited start from Newcastle with Alisson already proving his worth for Liverpool twice in the opening minutes.
The Brazilian goalkeeper has undoubtedly been Liverpool’s most consistent player this season. His one-on-one save against Miguel Almiron felt like an important moment in the opening stages. Looks like Alisson will be busy tonight.

Liverpool got a great midweek result by beating Everton in the Merseyside derby thanks to goals from Mohamed Salah and Cody Gakpo. The Reds can close fourth-placed Newcastle with a six-point win today. Their win over Everton ended a four-game Premier League winless streak and Jurgen Klopp will hope his side can now build momentum ahead of a crucial point in their season, both in the league and in Europe. Newcastle will be looking to end a 68-year wait for a domestic trophy when they face Manchester United in the EFL Cup final next week, but they have a huge Premier League order to contend with until then if Liverpool win. the St .James’ Park visited. The Magpies remain on track to seal Champions League qualification after 17 league games unbeaten, but Liverpool are the only team to beat them in the Premier League this season and would be on six points with an away win who approaches him.