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Luis Díaz scored a goal in Liverpool-Burnley and was applauded at Anfield

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Luis Díaz scored a goal in Liverpool-Burnley and was applauded at Anfield

Liverpool He received Burnley on matchday 24 of the Premier League with the obligation to win to return to the top and did not disappoint: he won 3-1 with the presence of the Colombian Luis Diaz, who scored one of the Reds’ goals.

Luis Díaz was once again key in Liverpool, which defeated Burnley at Anfield. EFE

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The game was not easy for the locals and, in fact, it took them a long time to break the zero. At 31 minutes, Diogo Jota took advantage of a huge mistake by the Burnley goalkeeper following a corner and headed in to make it 1-0.

Although after the first goal Liverpool found good minutes of play, and Lucho Díaz almost scored 2-0Burnley poured cold water on him in the 45th minute with a tremendous header from O’Shea that hit the top left corner.

After that goal, Klopp’s team went to the dressing room with a bittersweet taste. He had had good moments but not enough to overwhelm the rival at home.

The complement continued with the same tone: Liverpool handled the ball and Burnley opted for the counterattack.

At 53, Lucho Díaz was present on the scoreboard and scored with a scoring header. He anticipated the rival goalkeeper after a cross from Elliott and, like a popcorn, practically went inside the goal to celebrate the 2-1 score and let off some steam.

The goal, far from reducing Burnley, gave them greater courage to go for equality and it was very close. Fofana’s lack of aim in the one-on-one match against Kelleher, who replaced Alisson, ended up tipping the balance in favor of Liverpool, who finished the match much calmer thanks to a goal from Darwin Núñez.

The third goal allowed Klopp to move the substitute bench and it was there that Díaz left the field of play amid a shower of applause from the red crowd, who broke their hands to praise Lucho.

With this victory, The Reds added three important points and returned to the top of the championshipdisplacing Manchester City, who has a game in hand, to second position.

For its part, Lucho scored his fifth goal in the Premier and he has been having a very good season both on the left and on the right.

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