Salah and Mane Bring Liverpool Excellent 2-1

Salah and Mane Bring Liverpool Excellent 2-1
Mohamed Salah and Sadio Mane tried to shake hands after the equalizer when Liverpool struck Bournemouth at Anfield Stadium.

Liverpool temporarily won 2-1 over Bournemouth in the first round in the 29th Premier League match.

Liverpool entertain Bournemouth in the continued match of the English League Week 29 at Anfield Stadium on Saturday (07/03/2020).

Liverpool as the home team holds the ball up to 72 percent in the first round.

Liverpool is capable of releasing 5 shots with 4 shots on target, while Bournemouth releases 4 shots with 3 shots on target.

Liverpool host immediately took control of the game after the referee blew the whistle early in the first half.

Fun to attack, Liverpool goalkeeper must be broken by a goal by Callum Wilson in the 9th minute after completing a short pass from Jefferson Lerma in the penalty box.

A quick counter-attack from Bournemouth failed to be anticipated either by Joe Gomez who failed to close the movement of Callum Wilson who received a throw of the ball from behind.

Philip Billing who received a short pass from Wilson immediately sent a breakthrough to Jefferson Lerma who pushed into the host penalty box.

The English striker easily kicked the ball at Adrian's goal. Liverpool 0-1 behind.

Liverpool goalkeeper was almost broken in the second time in the 15th minute after Nathan Ake's header who received Ryan Fraser's corner could still be defeated by Adrian.

Salah and Mane Bring Liverpool Excellent 2-1

One minute later, Liverpool turns have the opportunity to equalize through Roberto Firmino's shot from close range that can still be ignored by Aaron Ramsdale.

Liverpool's equalizer finally came in the 25th minute through Mohamed Salah who received a short pass from Sadio Mane in the penalty box.

Jack Simpson's mistake in keeping the ball directly used by Sadio Mane to surge into the Bournemouth penalty box.

The Senegalese winger then sent a short pass to Mohamed Salah who came forward to the box.

Through his left leg kick, the Egyptian player directed the ball to the lower left corner of the Bournemouth goal without being able to reach Aaron Ramsdale. 1-1 draw.

After an equalizer, the intensity of Liverpool's attacks increased again and build attacks from the right side of the defense.

Liverpool finally able to turn 2-1 ahead of Bournemouth in the 33rd minute after Mane scored after continuing the breakthrough bait Virgil van Dijk from the middle of the field.

Mane who was not guarded did a solo run into the visitors' penalty box and immediately let go of the right foot kick towards the lower left corner of Ramsdale's goal. Liverpool winning 2-1.

Salah and Mane Bring Liverpool Excellent 2-1
Opportunities for the Reds to add a goal comes through kicking James Milner volley in the box in the 36th minute.

James Milner volley kicks that take advantage of pull bait Trent Alexander-Arnold is still able to be caught by Ramsdale.

Three minutes later, Bournemouth took the opportunity to equalize from a long distance kick from Junior Stanislas.

His shot was still able to be ignored by Adrian and only produced a corner kick.

Entering the final minutes of the first half, the host defense was suppressed by the visitors who built a counterattack.

However, until halftime Liverpool still winning 2-1 over Bournemouth.

Liverpool (4-3-3): 13-Adrian; 66-Trent Alexander-Arnold, 12-Joe Gomez, 4-Virgil van Dijk, 7-James Milner; 15-Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, 3-Fabinho, 5-Georginio Wijnaldum; 11-Mohamed Salah, 9-Roberto Firmino, 10-Sadio Mane

Coach: Juergen Klopp

Bournemouth (4-3-3): 12-Aaron Ramsdale; 17-Jack Stacey, 3-Steve Cook (25-Jack Simpson 19 '), 5-Nathan Ake, 15-Adam Smith; 29-Philip Billing, 8-Jefferson Lerma, 16-Lewis Cook; 19-Junior Stanislas, 13-Callum Wilson, 24-Ryan Fraser

Coach: Eddie Howe

Referee: Paul Tierney


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