Liverpool lost their first match at Anfield
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Liverpool lost their first match at Anfield

The two teams finished a total of 36 times, with a series of good opportunities in a typical high-intensity Premier League match.

Another hero of the away team was striker Crysencio Summerville, with the decisive goal in the 89th minute. When the score was 1-1, Summerville shot quickly from a tight angle with the back of his cheek, from Patrick Bamford’s wall.

Crysencio Summerville celebrates scoring a 2-1 victory for Leeds at Anfield, Liverpool, England on the evening of October 29.

Summerville immediately took off his shirt after the ball went into the net, a corner of the stands for the away team exploded, coach Jesse Marsch played the guitar and threw his fist in the air, and coach Jurgen Klopp stood motionless.

The victory helped Leeds escape the red light group to move up to 15th. The away team also entered the game better and took advantage of Liverpool’s defensive mistakes to open the score.

Liverpool rallied to press the field to equalize 10 minutes later.

The match took place with high intensity, `at a speed of more than 160 km/h` according to comments from the British newspaper Guardian.

Leeds missed a series of opportunities after that, but Liverpool wasted even more.

Liverpool lost their first match at Anfield

Nunez missed a confrontation with the goalkeeper in the 67th minute. Photo: AFP

Meslier showed that he deserves to be in the French team for the 2022 World Cup. But Liverpool also has to blame themselves for missing many opportunities.

Liverpool was pushed one place to ninth by Brighton, with a gap of 13 points compared to the top of Man City’s table.

Competition list

Liverpool: Alisson, Alexander-Arnold (Milner 79), Gomez, van Dijk, Robertson, Fabinho (Henderson 61), Elliott (Jones 61), Thiago, Firmino, Salah, Nunez.

Leeds: Meslier, Kristensen, Koch, Cooper, Struijk, Adams, Roca, Harrison (Gnonto 72), Aaronson, Summerville (Ayling 91), Rodrigo (Bamford 52).

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