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Saturday, August 24, 2019 17:30

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Event Description

Liverpool vs Arsenal Match Report For August 24th 2019


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The third round of Premier League fixtures saw Liverpool ease to a 3-1 win over rivals Arsenal. Both clubs had won their opening two games, but Liverpool pressed the Gunners form the start and very early in the match an Andy Robertson cross just eluded Roberto Firmino at the far post. Despite Liverpool’s pressure Arsenal carried a threat on the break and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang may have changed the course of the match when Liverpool keeper Adrian raced off his line only to misdirect his clearance straight to the Arsenal striker. However, Aubemeyang lobbed wide of the gaping goal.

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Arsenal continued to try and play through Liverpool’s press and Dani Ceballos was relieved to see his misjudged pass across his own penalty box end in keeper Bernd Leno’s hands from Sadio Mane’s shot. Nicolas Pepe curled an effort just wide in the 30th minute, but 10 minutes later Liverpool made the all-important breakthrough. Trent Alexander-Arnold swung a corner across the face of the Arsenal goal where Joel Matip rose to plant the ball firmly past Leno. The sides went in to the break with Liverpool holding a slender lead and the match nicely poised.

However it took just two minutes from the restart for Mo Salah to turn David Luiz in the penalty box. The ex-Chelsea defender, in his second appearance for the Gunners, pulled Salah back by the shirt and the referee had no hesitation in pointing to the spot. Salah duly stepped up to send Leno the wrong way and make it two nil. Aubameyang had a glorious opportunity to quickly respond when put through but unusually dithered, allowing Matip to get back and make the tackle. It would prove costly as Salah once again tormented Luiz, turning away from him once more before striding on to slot the ball past Leno for Liverpool’s third.

Arsenal did pull a goal back late on through Lucas Torreira but it was just a consolation. The win was Liverpool’s 12th consecutive Premier League victory and made them the league’s early pacesetters. Since Jurgen Klopp became manager of the club in Oct 2015 Liverpool have put 26 goals past Arsenal, who are by no means the only side to struggle to find a way to stop Liverpool’s front three. Arsenal were once again without playmaker Mesut Ozil, yet it will be their defensive structure which will be causing manager Unai Emery most headaches.


Liverpool v Arsenal Tickets 2019


The Liverpool v Arsenal match brings together two of the Premier League's top football clubs in their battle for the Premier League title. So far this season both teams are evenly matched, each occupying one of the top five places in the English Premier League. Each is looking to win the Premier League title race this season. For Arsenal, the return match sees them looking to overturn losing to Liverpool in their last game back in August. For Liverpool winning the league title would bring a renewed sense of achievement under new manager, Jurgen Klopp.

Liverpool Football Club


Liverpool has been around for over 124 years ago and is one of a small group of founding teams in the English football league. In 2016 Forbes published their list of the World's top 20 most valuable football clubs. They placed Liverpool at number eight in the Forbes list with a value of $1.5 billion. With manager Jurgen Klopp in charge, Liverpool looks to have turned the corner and are currently one of the top 5 clubs in the Premier League this season.

Over the years, Liverpool has been home to several well-known players. One of them is Liverpool's longest serving captain, Steve Gerrard who retired in 2015. There are rumours that he is close to returning to the club in a management role. The belief is that he will join Klopp's coaching staff probably in January in his first step into management.

Liverpool has a number of first-class players on the team such as Sadio Mane and Phillipe Coutinho as well as rising stars such as Ben Woodburn. Also, Roberto Firmino is one of Liverpool's top goal scorers having scored six goals so far this season. According to the Football Leaks website, his contract with Liverpool includes a 'no Arsenal'' clause. The release clause means that the player is available to any club except Arsenal for a fee of GPB82m. That Arsenal is barred is most likely the result of the fallout between the clubs over Arsenal's attempt back in 2013 to sign Luis Suarez.

Arsenal Football Club


Arsenal has a long history as one of the league's top clubs. Despite this, when it comes to winning domestic and European titles, the club has seen mixed fortunes. Their last success was in 2015 when they won both the FA Cup and the Community Shield.

So far this season, Arsenal are in top form battling with Liverpool as well as clubs, Manchester City and Chelsea for the top spot in the Premier League. In Europe, the Champions League competition saw Arsenal achieve a resounding win in their game against Basel. It means that they finished top of their group, something they have only done twice in the last five years.

With a number of strong players, Arsene Wenger is able to show off the strength of those he has available to him both in domestic and European competitions. One of Arsenal's main reason for success this season has been put down to the attacking combination of Mesut Ozil and Alexis Sanchez. Even though both players still have over a year left on their current contracts, both are said to be keen to agree on new contracts albeit on improved terms. Although discussions are still ongoing, the likelihood is that Ozil will agree on a deal with the club. For Sanchez, things are looking differently. There have been approaches made for him to play in China for one of the clubs in their Super League. The belief is that Sanchez may be offered a deal that would earn him around GBP400,000 a week. With such a huge deal on offer, it is unlikely that Arsenal or any club could hope to match it.

The last time they played Liverpool, Arsenal lost the game by four goals to three. As a result, Arsenal is looking for a win, having not won against Liverpool in their last three games.