Liverpool arrives at the Metropolitan with confidence deposits in the clouds. He is on his way to breaking all the records in the Premier to be crowned champion with unusual speed. He beat Norwich, the colista of the championship, in a match in which those of Klopp showed discomfort, especially in the first half. Kloop tried to save resources against the last classified of his championship, but he could not do it and finally had to pull Mané and Fabinho, both of them convalescing lately, to solve the match.
In addition, before the Canaries the Mersey city team added another unbeaten goal again. Tettey was close to scoring in the second half, but the post spat out his shot from outside the area. Apart from that, the Norwich had another option to score, this one in the first half. But Alisson came out very well at Pukki's feet. In the end another match that the Brazilian added without fitting and the best thing for Klopp is that he feels he has found the ideal match to accompany Van Dijk in the center of the rear. Matip's injury raised doubts. Later the German technician met Lovren's, but what seemed like problems became solutions. On December 14 Joe Gomez (22 years old) formed as a starting couple with Van Dijk in the center of the defense against Watford and since then, in 900 minutes of Premier, Liverpool has only conceded a goal.
And it was precisely an exrojiblanco the last to circumvent the attention of the two central network. Raúl Jiménez tied Wolverhampton-Liverpool momentarily on January 23 with a header from Adama Traoré. It was 1-1 because before Henderson had scored, also above the exit of a corner. In the 84th minute of that duel, Firmino finally gave Liverpool the victory. The Mexican striker had managed to surprise Liverpool in a kickback that he initiated, to send to space on Robertson's back. There Traoré gave continuity to the counter and returned to serve so that the Aztec headed from the point of penalty free of mark.
Van Dijk had to leave to cover Robertson's back and Gomez did not get to cover the Mexican. In the first half Jiménez again had another occasion, this time looking for Alexander-Arnold, the other side of Liverpool, clearly identifying the weak points of the network defense. Since that December 14 when Gomez settled with Van Dijk, Liverpool has added nine goals to zero in ten Premier matches and has only conceded that goal from Raúl Jiménez.
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