English Premier League, Liverpool | Liverpool achieved an important victory in the battle for a place in the Champions League

English Premier League, Liverpool |  Liverpool achieved an important victory in the battle for a place in the Champions League

Liverpool – Wolverhampton 2-0 (0-0):

There is talk of Liverpool having a fateful week of the season.

On Wednesday, they did the job in their first two home matches when they won 2-0 at Wolves after goals from Virgil van Dijk and Mohamed Salah.

Victory means that Liverpool will eat Tottenham Hotspur, who are currently fourth in the English Premier League.

Ex-Liverpool player: – They have to find their faith again

He will visit Manchester United on Sunday, in what appears to be a very important game for both teams.

After Liverpool’s match against Crystal Palace on Saturday, former Liverpool player Jamie Redknapp explained the importance of Liverpool’s victory over Wolverhampton and the upcoming match against Manchester United.

– He said in the Sky Sports studio after the 0-0 match that Liverpool’s season almost depends on the next two matches.

Redknapp was clear that as a Liverpool player you are used to dealing with pressure and that this is something players are used to and that as soon as match lists are released players look for the decisive matches.

– Everything can change if they win in the middle of the week and March 5th (Manchester United). “Then all of a sudden, the Big Four will be a realistic ambition, which I still think they can manage,” said the expert, who also added, also adding:

– They must regain their faith and self-confidence at home, because they may have lost some of that after the match against Real Madrid. I think it’s the matches that really make the difference.

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Great opportunity

Five minutes before the break, Harvey Elliott drained a great opportunity. When the teams went into the break at 0-0, there was a visibly frustrated youngster.

– Rolf Otto Eriksen of Fiplay commented that he shakes his head at half-time because he knows himself that he should have given Liverpool the lead.

Just over the clock the entire Anfield squad thought Darwin Nunez had put the hosts ahead, but the goal was disallowed by the VAR after Diogo Jota fouled Max Kelmann just before the goal.

Virgil van Dijk showed brute force as he put Liverpool ahead after having two chances.

It’s Virgil van Dyck. Eriksen’s scream has been reported.

Soon after, Salah was also up front for Liverpool and doubled the lead. In doing so, Liverpool secured a much-needed victory in the battle for fourth place in the Premier League.

Former Newcastle player Darren Ambrose, now with Sky Sports, wasn’t too impressed with Liverpool or Salah.

It was a comfortable evening for Liverpool. They weren’t at their best, and they didn’t play well at all. Two minutes in front of goal won them the game. The expert said, “I don’t think Klopp will be satisfied with the performance, but he will be happy to achieve this difficult victory.”

– This is an ugly victory and an ugly goal from Salah, who was sloppy, did not keep the ball at all, Ambrose reports about Salah.

Arsenal increased to Manchester City

Arsenal advance in the English Premier League. On Wednesday they won 4-0 against Everton at home after Bukayo Saka, Gabriel Martinelli x2 and Martin Odegaard scored.

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Thus, they increase the gap with Manchester City and now lead the English Premier League by five points against the Light Blues from Manchester.

With both the scoring and Saka’s assist in the match, the Englishman became one of the youngest players to reach over 50 goals in the Premier League, beaten only by Michael Owen, Wayne Rooney, Robbie Fowler, Cesc Fàbregas and Chris Sutton.

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