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Liverpool defender star after another crushing home loss: “We are not in the title race” | Sports

In the Premier League, Liverpool share good efforts with bad efforts. On Wednesday evening, the team surprisingly lost 0-1 to Brighton. When Manchester City won at the same time, it means City, by winning Sunday’s big game, is looking to get rid of Liverpool in the title fight forever.

The English soccer champion, Liverpool, has never played at home at Anfield in recent matches. Two weeks ago it was a 0-1 loss to Burnley and on Wednesday evening another 0-1 loss at Brighton.

After 68 games in a row without losing at home, Liverpool have now claimed two consecutive losses against a very modest opposition.

The 3-1 away victories between Tottenham and West Ham have given cause for optimism, but as Manchester City run like a train, huge losses are about to diminish Liverpool’s chances of defending the league title.

Liverpool now have four points and have seven full points against Manchester City who have played one game less.

The top of the Premier League table:

  1. Manchester City 47 points (21 matches)
  2. Manchester United 44 points (22 matches)
  3. Leicester 42 points (22 matches).
  4. Liverpool 40 points (22 matches).
  5. West Ham 38 points (22 matches)

Klopp: “Overworked”

Liverpool coach Jurgen Klopp analyzed his team’s efforts after the match.

We didn’t look youthful enough, neither mentally nor physically. We made it easy for Brighton, but at the same time they played well, He said, according to the BBC.

The only explanation is that we are exhausted.

On Sunday, a home game against Manchester City awaits. Liverpool is under somewhat pressure to win, or at least draw, in order to continue playing the team’s role in the title fight.

– Now we are not in a title battle. I think Liverpool defender Andrew Robertson, but we are a good team and we don’t turn into a bad team overnight.

Manchester City, which had a slow start to the season, is now running like a train. On Wednesday, the team won a 2-0 away win over Burnley.

City coach Pep Guardiola continues to view Liverpool as a dangerous competitor.

– Of course Liverpool is a champion candidate.

West Ham admired

Aston Villa was one of the big positive surprises of the season, but it mixed dazzling matches with lackluster effort. Wednesday’s effort against West Ham was of the palest kind.

West Ham deservedly won 3-1 away and claimed their sixth victory in seven matches.

After five seasons at Manchester United, Jesse Lingard moved on loan to West Ham and had his first match at his new club. It was Lingard’s first start in the Premier League in 13 months.

Jesse Lingard got his dream start for a West Ham shirt.

Jesse Lingard got his dream start for a West Ham shirt.
Jesse Lingard got his dream start for a West Ham shirt.
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Jesse Lingard

The 28-year-old midfielder is very impressed, scoring two goals in his debut. Emiliano Martinez, the naturally stable Aston Villa goalkeeper, had his bad day.

David Moyes thought West Ham coach That Lingard has to be relevant to the England national team at the European Championships this summer.

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With the victory, West Ham cemented their fifth position in the limp table. Aston Villa ranks ninth.


Burnley – Manchester City 0-2 (0-2)
3 ‘Gabriel Jesus 0-1
38 ‘Raheem Sterling, 0-2

Fulham-Leicester 0-2 (0-2)
17 ‘Kelechi Iheanacho 0-1
44 ‘James Justin 0-2

Leeds – Everton 1–2 (0-2)
9 ‘Gilfi Sigurdsson 0-1
41 ‘Dominic Calvert Lewin 1–1
48 ‘Ravenha 1-2

Aston Villa – West Ham 1–3 (0-0)
51 ‘Thomas Soucek 0-1
56 ‘Jesse Lingard 0-2
81 ‘Olly Watkins 1-2
83 ‘Jesse Lingard 1-3

Liverpool-Brighton 0-1 (0-0)
56 ‘Stephen Rice 0-1

On Thursday evening, Tottenham-Chelsea will play the last game of the round.