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Great goal by Luis Díaz with Liverpool: this was the Colombian’s celebration against Luton

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Great goal by Luis Díaz with Liverpool: this was the Colombian’s celebration against Luton

On matchday 26 of the English Premier League, Luis Díaz’s Liverpool received a visit from Luton, who are fighting not to lose the category. The Reds needed to add three to extend the advantage over Manchester City, who are their main pursuer in the championship.

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In the first minutes, Jürgen Klopp’s squad subdued their rival, although they lacked effectiveness in the last meters of the field; However, it was the visiting team that took the lead with a goal from Chiedozie Ogbene in the 12th minute, who took advantage of a rebound from the Liverpool goalkeeper to convert with a header.

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In the complementary part, Liverpool would reach equality on the scoreboard after 56 minutes after a cross from Mac Allister from the right side that Virgil van Dijk, who finished off with a header to overcome the resistance of the rival goalkeeper.

In the same way, Cody Gakpo turned the contest around two minutes later with an accurate header from a cross inside the area by Argentine Mac Allister.

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Around the 70th minute, Lucho received an assist from Andrew Robertson to advance a few meters towards the rival goal and uncover a shot from his right foot and put Liverpool’s lead 3-1 over Luton, who could not maintain the advantage obtained in the first half. .

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Luis Díaz’s goal had a special dedication, since his father Mane Díaz was in the Anfiled stands, who celebrated one more goal from his son, who while he was deprived of his freedom scored against the same rival, dedicating the goal to his progenitor.

The Liverpool player scored in victory against Luto for Premier League – credit SportsCenter

With time up, the Reds recovered a ball in the opponent’s field through the recent entry Jayden Danns, who after an interception by Luton’s defensive saga, Harvey Elliott hunted down the rebound to finish the play with a left-footed shot to leave the things 4-1.

The Colombian national team player was substituted in the 89th minute to make way for Danns. Díaz was Liverpool’s best scorer with a 7.6, obtaining 89% effectiveness in completed passes, according to the records of the 365 Scores platform.

In all competitions this season, the former Junior from Barranquilla has 10 goals with five assists in 2,231 minutes on the field.


Liverpool: Caoimmhin Kellerher; Conor Bradley, Jarell Quansah, Virgil van Dijk, Joe Gomez; Alexis Mac Allister, Winter Endo, Ryan Gravenberch; Harbey Elliott, Cody Steel, Luis Diaz.

Coach: Jürgen Klopp

Luton: Thomas Kaminski, Teden Mengi, Gabriel Osho, A.Bell; Chiedozie Ogbene, Albert Lokonga, Ross Barkey, Alfie Doughty; Carlton Morris, Tahith; Cauley Woodrow.

Coach: Rob Edwards

With this victory, Liverpool reaches 60 points, four more than City, which has one game less and is obliged to win in its next outing against Luis Sinisterra’s Bournemouth, which will be home on Saturday, February 24 from 12: 30 pm (Colombian time).

Luis Díaz’s squad will have Premier League action again on Saturday, March 2, when they face Nottingham Forest as a visitor starting at 10:00 am with Star+ broadcast.

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Prior to these matches, Liverpool will face a final on Sunday, February 25, when they face Chelsea at Wembley Stadium to decide the League Cup title. The game is scheduled for 10:00 a.m.

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