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⚽️ صافرة النهاية: ليفربول 2 ليستر سيتي 1 ركلة جزاء في الدقيقة 94 تمنح الريدز النقطة رقم 24 وتعزز صدارته. FT: Is this the Reds year? It's those kind of results that make you think it might be... #PremierLeague #pl #LIVLEI #beINPL #beinsports

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⚽️ لم يخسر الريدز في آخر 43 مباراة خاضها على مستوى الدوري في الأنفيلد.. هل ينجح رجال رودجرز في كسر هذه السلسلة؟ اشتركوا الآن وتابعوا قمة ليفربول مع ليستر سيتي. اتصلوا بنا أو راسلونا على واتساب على الرقم: 0097440090000 أو عبر الرابط المبين على صفحتنا الرئيسية The Reds are unbeaten in their last 43 home league fixtures - Can Brendan Rodgers' Foxes put an end to this run? Get beIN & don't miss a thing by calling +974-40-090-000 or message our call center on WhatsApp (link in bio). #beINPL #pl #LIVLEI #beinsports

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⚽️ صافرة البداية! قمة ليفربول ضد ليستر سيتي انطلقت الآن من الأنفيلد! مباشرة الآن على HD2 📺 KICK OFF! Rodgers is back on familiar turf. How will his Leicester get on at Anfield? Watch LFC vs LCFC LIVE on HD11! #PremierLeague #pl #LIVLEI #beINPL #beinsports

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Xherdan Shaqiri has been speaking to the press in his home country about his situation at Liverpool. He’s been chatting about his relationship with Jurgen Klopp and why he has ‘no regrets’ over his move to Anfield. “Of course I’m dissatisfied that I do not play more often,” he told Schweizer-Illustrierte, via Sport Witness. “If that’s not the reaction of a pro, he’s in the wrong job. He (Jürgen Klopp) cannot personally discuss the role of each player; that’s normal. “We have a big, talented squad, and many have to wait for their chance. I have never had a problem with the coach.” “Not a second did I regret the move to Liverpool,” he added. "Many wrote me off in Stoke, but who can claim to have switched directly from a relegated side to a Champions League winner? I was in the starting XI in the return leg of the Champions League semi-final against Barcelona, ​​which will go down in club history. And because of my two goals to defeat everlasting rival Manchester United, they still often call me a legend. Apart from the fact that I would like to play more, I’m happy in Liverpool. I have a certain status in the team because I am one of the more experienced players. I think I’m one of the leaders. “ #lfc #ynwa #shaqiri #xherdanshaqiri #livepool #liverpoolfc #WeAreLiverpool #LFCfamily #lfcnews #anfield #thereds #PremierLeague #TheRedPost #LIVLEI

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Jurgen Klopp believes Leicester City midfielder Hamza Choudhury should have been sent off for a “dangerous as hell” tackle on Liverpool forward Mohamed Salah. “It was just a challenge which I really don’t understand,” said the Reds boss. “I don't understand how he can do it, because the ball is far away. The player is in full sprint, to bring him down without the ball around, for me there is only one colour card. I might be the only one who sees it like this, but it is dangerous as hell. I don’t want to cause the boy any problems but he has to calm down. It's not the first time. He's a super player, he's had super development at Leicester, but these kind of challenges... no." “It's not an obvious one where everyone says it's a red. But from a football point of view, the ball is not a close, I don't know how it cannot be (a red card).” Asked if it was the kind of challenge that cause injury, Klopp added: “I don't have to be a football manager, I only need two eyes to see that. You don't need to be educated.” Leicester boss Brendan Rodgers, meanwhile, has leapt to the defence of his player and believes it was not a red-card offence. “I don’t think it was a really bad challenge,” said the former Liverpool boss. “Mohamed Salah is coming inside and the speed he travels and Hamza is coming back. I have tried to look at it but the camera is quite a way away. The emotion of the game, it might seem worse than it was. He is an honest boy, Hamza, he makes challenges but I don’t think there was anything malicious.” #lfc #ynwa #salah #MohamedSalah #livepool #liverpoolfc #WeAreLiverpool #LFCfamily #lfcnews #anfield #thereds #PremierLeague #TheRedPost #LIVLEI

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Jürgen Klopp feels he has a unique footballer at his disposal in the form of James Milner. The boss told Liverpoolfc.com: “No, that’s why he has [played] like 7,680 Premier League games! That’s true [that he’s unique]. Exceptional, exceptional. It just sets the benchmark, that you’re 33 and doing things like this. Obviously age is no issue." "This one [win] alone feels already big enough, to be honest, because of how difficult this league is [and] how difficult the life of an LFC player is. I think Leicester at the end of the season will be in the top four and then they will realise how different it is when you play Wednesday, Saturday, Wednesday, Saturday. The quality they have is already good and we all know Brendan, what a sensational manager he is and what he’s doing with them." "If you score in the 95th minute with a penalty everybody would say that’s lucky but over the full game we had more chances, we were the better team, so I’m really happy about that.” #lfc #ynwa #klopp #JurgenKlopp #livepool #liverpoolfc #WeAreLiverpool #LFCfamily #lfcnews #anfield #thereds #PremierLeague #TheRedPost #LIVLEI

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Sadio Mane was left 'emotional' after Liverpool's pulsating Premier League victory over Leicester City at Anfield on Saturday. Asked how he felt post-match, the forward told Liverpoolfc.com: "Emotional today. To be honest, I think it was a really, really tough game. We knew that before and expected it. We played the Champions League [on Wednesday] and now we carry on with this intense game. But it's normal, it's the Premier League and we have to expect it all the time. At the end of the day, the most important thing is the three points, it doesn't matter how tired we are. I think it would have been so important for us to keep managing the game, but sometimes it's not easy because Leicester is a very, very good team and caused us many problems. They equalised the game and that's why in football you never give up, that's what we try to do as a team. At the end of the game, we got a penalty. To be honest, we just have to say we deserved to win this game." On his goal and Milner's assist, Mane added:"The assist was just incredible," said Mane. "I didn't expect that he saw me because usually he never gives me that kind of ball! It was just a great assist from Milner and I just try to finish each ball. Lucky boy, I just finished this one and I'm happy to score a goal, especially as we got the three points." #lfc #ynwa #mane #sadiomane #livepool #liverpoolfc #WeAreLiverpool #LFCfamily #lfcnews #anfield #thereds #PremierLeague #TheRedPost #LIVLEI

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Liverpool have become the first team in history to win their first eight games of a top-flight season, having replicated their achievement of 1990/91. Jurgen Klopp, though, is refusing to be carried away by Liverpool now being within one win of matching Manchester City's record of 18 straight Premier League victories. “If winning eight games in a row would be easy, a whole lot of teams would have done it already,” said the Reds boss. “In this league it's not easy. It is really difficult. “Of course the boys have a bit of belief because they experience that, in our common past. The kind of effort they put in is exceptional. We respect the hard work we have to do. So far, so good but 30 games to go. We are not fussed by the situation, the winning streak, not really. We didn't look a second like a team who had won so many games they didn't have the desire any more to win another. We looked like a team that had never won a game before. The atmosphere in the stadium was brilliant at 1-1. Everything was positive in the stadium, that is just so helpful. It was a good performance by the whole Liverpool family but now the boys travel literally all over the world and hopefully come back healthy and we prepare for Manchester United.” #lfc #ynwa #klopp #JurgenKlopp #livepool #liverpoolfc #WeAreLiverpool #LFCfamily #lfcnews #anfield #thereds #PremierLeague #TheRedPost #LIVLEI

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James Milner's focus ensured the Liverpool midfielder blocked out the circumstances to convert a stoppage-time winning penalty against Leicester City. Describing the moment to Liverpoolfc.com post-match, Milner said: “Tough obviously, I was just trying to stay calm in that situation and concentrate on what I was going to do. There was a bit of a wait. I was just trying to concentrate on what was going to happen. The first thing was whether it was going to be given or not, that’s obviously a new experience because normally it’s a penalty or not. So that was different, but I was just trying to stay calm and concentrate on what I was going to do. We’re just delighted to get the win; it was always going to be tough, they’re a good team. We looked pretty tired in the second half but we found a way to win again. It shows the character of the squad.” #lfc #ynwa #Milner #jamesmilner #livepool #liverpoolfc #WeAreLiverpool #LFCfamily #lfcnews #anfield #thereds #PremierLeague #TheRedPost #LIVLEI