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Wrong Comeback and Score a Goal, The Reds Win 4-1

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Wrong Comeback and Score a Goal, The Reds Win 4-1

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Brentford vs Liverpool in week 25 Premier League complete. The Reds won 4-1, with Mohamed Salah scored a goal during his comeback to defend the Red.

Playing at the Gtech Community Stadium, Brentford, Saturday (17/2/2024), Liverpool was able to take the lead from the first half. Darwin Nunez bringing the score to 1-0 in the 35th minute.

In the second half, the visiting team could add two additional goals. First pass Alexis Mac Allister, and the second added Mohamed Salah. The Egyptian striker immediately scored a goal after making his comeback to defend the Reds, after being absent since early January because he had to compete in the African Cup of Nations and was injured.

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Brentford then reduced the score to 1-3 with a goal Ivan Toney. Liverpool then added another goal later Cody Gakposo that the final score was 4-1 in favor of Juergen Klopp’s men.

This result makes Liverpool lead Premier League standings with 57 points from 25 matches, five points ahead of Manchester City, who has only played 23 times. Temporary Brentford stuck in 14th position with 25 points.

The Course of the Match

Brentford vs Liverpool was tight from the start. The hosts put up fierce resistance. Liverpool threatened in the 10th minute. Conor Bradley shot with his right foot, but the ball was blocked.

Brentford did not remain silent. In the 15th minute, Ivan Toney attempted an attempt, but the direction was still off the mark.

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Toney was able to trouble Liverpool’s back line. The English striker has threatened several times, but his efforts have not produced results.

After buying and selling attacks, Liverpool managed to take the lead in the 35th minute. Darwin Nunez was able to maximize Diogo Jota’s pass in a fast counter-attack scheme. Score 1-0 for the Red.

Not long after providing the assist, Jota had to be pulled off. The Portuguese player was injured, and Liverpool finally brought in Mohamed Salah. Until the first half was over, the score remained 1-0.

In the second half, Liverpool’s dominance continued. After presenting several threats, the Reds were able to increase their lead in the 55th minute.

Alexis Mac Allister who gave Liverpool a 2-0 lead. The Argentine midfielder was able to maximize Mohamed Salah’s pass into a goal.

Liverpool became increasingly comfortable after taking a two-goal lead. Pressure after pressure was presented by the visiting team, and finally the third goal came.

Mohamed Salah, who was due to make a comeback from injury, immediately listed his name on the scoreboard. The star from Egypt was able to complete the opportunity after winning a one-on-one duel with Nathan Collins. The score became 3-0 in the 68th minute.

Ivan Toney brought Brentford to reduce the score in the 75th minute. The English striker completed Yoane Wissa’s pass into a goal.

However, Liverpool were able to add another goal through Cody Gakpo in the 86th minute. Starting from Collins’ mistake in anticipating the ball in the middle, Luis Diaz controlled the ball and passed it to Cody Gakpo. The Dutch player had no trouble finishing it into a goal. The score was 4-1.

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In the remaining time of the match, no additional goals were scored. Liverpool won 4-1 over Brentford and temporarily reduced the points gap to Manchester City.

Lineup

Brentford: Mark Flekken, Kristoffer Ajer, Ben Mee, Nathan Collins, Vitaly Janelt, Mathias Jensen (Mikkel Damsgaard 74′), Christian Norgaard (Frank Onyeka 63′), Sergio Reguilon (Shaman Ghoddos 85′), Mads Roerslev (Keane Lewis-Potter 63′), Neal Maupay (Yoane Wissa 63′), Ivan Toney

Liverpool: Caoimhin Kelleher, Virgil van Dijk, Ibrahima Konate, Andrew Robertson, Conor Bradley (Joe Gomez 83′), Wataru Endo, Curtis Jones (Ryan Gravenberch 34′), Alexis Mac Allister (Harvey Elliott 83′), Darwin Nunez (Cody Gakpo 45′), Luis Diaz, Diogo Jota ( Salah 44′)

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