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04:05  29 september  2020
04:05  29 september  2020 Source:   sofoot.com

Liverpool to complete £45m signing of Diogo Jota from Wolves as Reds ramp up summer spending

  Liverpool to complete £45m signing of Diogo Jota from Wolves as Reds ramp up summer spending The Portuguese international forward has agreed a five-year deal and will follow Thiago Alcantara in moving to the Premier League championsThe Portuguese international forward has agreed a five-year deal at Anfield, and will become the second signing of a remarkable week for the Premier League champions.

Read about Arsenal v Liverpool in the Premier League 2019/20 season, including lineups, stats and live blogs, on the official website of the Premier League.

Half time: Liverpool 2-1 Arsenal . Peep peep! Arsenal had the effrontery to take the lead through Alexandre Lacazette after a comedy howler from Andy Robertson. Liverpool - who were already well

  Liverpool calotte Arsenal © Provided by Sofoot

Led to the score after a lucky goal from Alexandre Lacazette, Liverpool turned the situation around without trembling and inflicted on Arsenal their first defeat of the season (3-1). The Reds , they have a third success in as many meetings and are already sending a message: this season should also be red.

Liverpool 3-1 Arsenal Goals: Mané (28th), Robertson (34th) and Jota (88th) for the Reds // Lacazette (25th) for the Gunners

There are nights when, facing such a Liverpool, Arsenal would have returned to London with five or six goals in the socks. Luck for the supporters of the Gunners : Monday evening, they will have seen their troop take control at Anfield, then be returned in two shots of a spoon to pot before obtaining a golden ball of 2-2, spoiled by Alexander Lacazette. Finally, these Reds were too strong and brought out a little lesson in the direction of the competition. After Leeds and Chelsea, Arsenal was knocked to the mat (3-1). Without mercy.

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147 seconds and incisors coming out

A quick exchange of glances, some rough checks, an elbow from Mané sent into Kieran Tierney's face, and banzaï! After a few minutes spent staring at his victim of the day, the reigning champion, untouchable in his cave for more than three years in the Premier League, turned on the machine. As the Reds now prefer to recite their melody rather than string together pralines, in front, Arsenal suffocated in their exits and spent their time running into the void. The figures for the first period are terrible for the Gunners : 30% possession of the ball, a pass rate lowered to less than 70%, a single shot on target ... But a shot that hit the mark, when after Twenty-five minutes of play and a happy ball exit, Alexandre Lacazette had the chance to see a missed cross from Maitland-Niles being deviated madly by Robertson on his left foot (0-1, 25th). Before that, Alexander-Arnold had seen one of his crosses shine Sadio Mané and Leno (15th), then one of his firecrackers finish on the bar of the German goalkeeper with the help of Bellerín (21st). Afterwards, Klopp did not have to wait more than 147 seconds to see his troop take out their incisors: following a perfect rush from Mohamed Salah, which was sealed off by a messed up intervention from Leno, Sadio Mané first appeared to equalize (1-1, 28th) and, six minutes later, Robertson, dropped by Willian, crunched in an Alexander-Arnold cross to place the Reds at the controls (2-1, 34th). Simple, efficient, brutal: Liverpool on the bar.

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Jota, first ball

The second period of this gift match was played on a thread, from which Liverpool could have fallen slightly if Alexandre Lacazette had not decided to send a present from Ceballos in the chest of 'Alisson (63rd), but from where Arsenal could also have been quickly balanced under the blows of a solar Van Dijk and very close to scoring the third goal of his own (62nd). More wait-and-see, the Reds spent their end of the match pushing their guests to make individual faults, and on several occasions, it could have done something, especially on an off-center strike from Mané (70th) following a recovery in the feet of Bellerín. To force fate, Arteta then brought in Pépé and Nketiah. The accounting effect? None: on the first deep opening to Nketiah, Alisson even sprang up and came close to being at the start of a goal from Firmino (76 '). Nonetheless, Ceballos’s entry helped Arsenal breathe, which arguably prompted Klopp to give Diogo Jota his first few minutes in red to give his pressing a second wind. Naughty, the Portuguese did not go far from unlocking his counter in the wake (82nd), bit a spoon of caviar stretched by Salah (84th), then offered himself a delight of sequence - thank you David Luiz - for finally slam the third goal in the middle of his new friends (3-1, 88th). Game, set and match.

Turbulent Thiago debut: Liverpool wins top game

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Read about Liverpool v Arsenal in the Premier League 2018/19 season, including lineups, stats and live blogs, on the official website of the Premier League.

Liverpool beat Arsenal 4-0 as goals from Firmino, Mane, Salah and Sturridge leave Arsenal with more than a bruised ego. Liverpool started the game at full

Liverpool (4-3-3): Alisson - Alexander-Arnold, Gómez, Van Dijk, Robertson - Keita (Milner, 80th), Fabinho, Wijnaldum - Salah, Firmino (Minamino, 90th), Mané (Jota, 80th). Coach: Jürgen Klopp.

Arsenal (3-4-3): Leno - Holding, David Luiz, Tierney - Bellerín, Elneny, Xhaka (Ceballos, 60th), Maitland-Niles - Willian (Pépé, 68th), Lacazette (Nketiah, 74th), Aubameyang. Coach: Mikel Arteta.

Premier League results and standings

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Ozil to be axed? Arteta facing big decision with Arsenal needing to chop two players from 25-man squad .
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