(Liverpool-Milan 3-2) After Liverpool almost beat Milan throughout the first half, Jurgen Klopp’s men were hit by a shot in the first half.
The first goal in the match came when the post from Trent Alexander-Arnold passed through Fikayo Tomori and behind Mike Minyan ten minutes before play, and five minutes later, Mohamed Salah expected to rise to 2-0. A penalty kick, but neither he nor the header back from Diogo Jota bypassed Minyan.
Liverpool finished after the end, but after Milan were cold for about 40 minutes, they scored two goals just before the break and entered the locker room with the lead.
– We were punished for that in the last minutes of the first half, but it started a little earlier. We’ve been swept away by our own game. We didn’t keep it simple. Offensively and defensively we are no longer organized, Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp told BT Sport after the match.
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The German confirms that Liverpool played a “super match”, but the rooms in those minutes became very large.
– They played in space and scored two goals, but we didn’t feel that we couldn’t go back. It was clear we had to go back to where we started, and then we scored two amazing goals. Both were incredible. Klopp thought he was due.
Andy Robertson, the Liverpool left-back, believes that the hosts pushed Milan off the field in one form or another in the first half hour.
– But then we got careless and stopped doing what we did well. We let them get back into the match and when we started the break we thought ‘How can we let this happen,’ he told BT.
AC Milan coach Stefano Pioli knows they were too rigid at the start of the game, but they know they learned from it until the next match against Liverpool – which will be the last in the group stage and could therefore play a decisive role. Role. In the fight for a place in the playoffs.
Liverpool played a great match, especially the first 25 minutes. Then we turned it around. What we regret is the two goals we conceded in the second half, and they were due to our mistakes. It was a match we’d be growing a lot, when it comes to intensity and quality, Pioli tells Sky Italia.
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