Goals and Highlights of Liverpool 4-1 Shrewsbury Town on FA CUP
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11:07 AM9 days ago

Match summary

Here you will find all the details and goals from Liverpool's big win over Shrewsbury Town. 

 

11:01 AM9 days ago

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10:59 AM9 days ago

Fabiño's double

A great way to finish from the Brazilian player, who after a second attempt ends up scoring in this way.

 

10:54 AM9 days ago

90'+3

The match ends with a resounding victory in favor of the locals, the final score is Liverpool 4-1 Shrewsbury Town.
10:52 AM9 days ago

92'+2 Goal of Liverpool

A free kick cross and Fabiño's double shot in the area, first with his head and after a rebound, he counter-attacked with his right foot, ending in a goal.
10:48 AM9 days ago

89'

Jones' cross into the area goes close to the go
10:44 AM9 days ago

Firmino's impressive score

Let's relive again this great goal scored by the Liverpool striker, the definition is sensational.

 

10:40 AM9 days ago

79' Goal of Liverpool

Firmino's goal!
Play cross from the back line that Konat & eacute; with little force but the striker was found; the ball to send it to save with a back-heeled shot.
10:32 AM9 days ago

72'

Udoh enters the box and leaves the ball for Vela, who shoots from the edge of the area but the ball goes well over the top of the goal.
10:25 AM9 days ago

The goal that evened the score

Great play and better definition by Gordon, to be enjoyed again and again.

 

10:23 AM9 days ago

64'

Dixon-Bonner leaves the field and Roberto Firmino enters the field to try to score the goal that will seal the match.
10:19 AM9 days ago

58'

The game has been kept at a semi-slow pace with Liverpool not giving up possession of the ball.
10:08 AM9 days ago

48'

Great save by Marosi, when it looked like Liverpool would score the third goal.
10:05 AM9 days ago

45'

Second half begins!
9:49 AM9 days ago

45'+2

The first half is over with Liverpool back on the scoreboard, and it's a great first half at Anfield!
9:48 AM9 days ago

45'+1

Double shot in the area by the Shrews but Kelleher fortunately finds the ball in his way.
9:46 AM9 days ago

44' Goal of Liverpool

Fabinho takes an excellent penalty, deceiving the goalkeeper and crossing the ball with his right foot.
9:44 AM9 days ago

43'

The referee awards Liverpool a penalty for a handball in the area.
9:41 AM9 days ago

39'

Udoh is left alone in front of the goalkeeper and shoots at the near post but the shot is disallowed for offside.
9:39 AM9 days ago

This is how the Shrews took the lead

The play is impressive, the ball control is spectacular and Udoh's first-time shot is fantastic.

 

9:36 AM9 days ago

34' Goal of Liverpool

Bradley's great cross into the box was met by Gordon, who feinted past a defender and left-footed the ball to the far post to level the score.
9:30 AM9 days ago

27' Goal of Shrewsbury Town

An extraordinary play that starts with a perfect change of play by Ogbeta, who reaches the back line and sends an impressive cross that Udoh connects to score the first goal of the match.
9:21 AM9 days ago

19'

Gordon's shot from outside the box goes to the near post but Marosi deflects perfectly with one hand.
9:16 AM9 days ago

14'

Another long pass from Van Dijk into the box ends up in the goalkeeper's hands.
9:14 AM9 days ago

12'

A cross from a free kick is headed wide of the goal by Konaté.
9:09 AM9 days ago

Today everything is decided

Starting with this tournament, the FA Cup eliminated the re-play, so in the event of a tie, it will go straight to penalties to decide who advances to the next round.
9:05 AM9 days ago

4'

The ball bounces into Marosi's hands.
9:01 AM9 days ago

0'

It's kick-off at Anfield!
8:56 AM9 days ago

Big picture at Anfield

The skies are clear and the players are ready for this FA Cup third round match.

8:47 AM9 days ago

FA Cup Refereeing

They are the appointed referees for tonight's match between Liverpool and Shrewsbury: 

Head referee: David Coote.

Assistant referee: Nicholas Hopton.

Fourth official: Geoff Eltringham.

Assistant referee: Shaun Hudson.

8:45 AM9 days ago

Great momentum for the Shrews

The visiting team is looking forward to returning to the Anfield turf and playing for their place in the FA Cup.

 

8:41 AM9 days ago

Liverpool's confirmed lineup

Klopp's team will take the field with this starting eleven: 

62. C. KELLEHER; 26. A. ROBERTSON, 4. V. VAN DIJK, 5. I. KONATÉ, 84. C. BRADLEY, 45. E. DIXON-BONNER, 3. FABINHO, 80. T. MORTON, 17. C. JONES, 82. M. WOLTMAN and 49. K. GORDON.

8:37 AM9 days ago

Shrewsbury's confirmed lineup

These are the 11 players that Cotterill will send to the field for this afternoon's match: 

1. M. MAROŠI; 23. G. NURSE, 4. E. EBANKS-LANDELL, 5. M. PENNINGTON, 14. N. OGBETA, 3. L. LEAHY, 16. D. DAVIS, 10. J. VELA, 17. E. BENNETT, 11. D. UDOH and 12. R. BOWMAN.

8:34 AM9 days ago

Jurgen Klopp is back

After a Covid-19 contagion crisis at Liverpool, the coach returns to lead the team against Shrewsbury after having spent a week that in his words was "really strange".
8:26 AM9 days ago

The illusion remains

The visiting team has already arrived at Anfield to warm up and prepare for this afternoon's match.

 

8:23 AM9 days ago

Match with antecedents

These teams have met twice before, both in 2020, with a draw and a win for Liverpool as results. 

On the last occasion the Shrews lost at Anfield by the narrowest of margins, with an unfortunate own goal from Omar Stuart Williams. 

8:18 AM9 days ago

Steve Cotterill with good numbers

The Shrewsbury Town coach has had a long career in English soccer, both as a player and coach, having managed Premier League teams such as Stoke City and Burnley. 
In his current team he has had the opportunity to get victories in important moments, however, the COVID-19 has not allowed him to perform his job in good shape, since he has been hospitalized twice due to respiratory problems derived from this virus. 

8:13 AM9 days ago

LIVE Broadcast begins

All set for this Sunday's match between Liverpool and Shrewsbury Town, in a few more moments we present you the line-ups of the match.
8:08 AM9 days ago

Continues with the best transmission

In a moment we will bring you all the details, the match lineups and the best coverage on VAVEL USA.
8:03 AM9 days ago

How and where to watch Liverpool vs Shrewsbury

The match will be broadcasted by ESPN + for USA. 

If you prefer to follow the match LIVE online, VAVEL USA is your best option. 

7:58 AM9 days ago

Last Shrewsbury Town lineup

These were the 11 players with whom they went out to face Sheff Wed in the last match: 

1. M. MAROŠI; 23G. NURSE, 4. E. EBANKS-LANDELL, 5. M. PENNINGTON, 14. N. OGBETA, 3. L. LEAHY, 16. D. DAVIS, 10. J. VELA, 17. E. BENNETT, 11. D. UDOH and 12. R. BOWMAN.

7:53 AM9 days ago

Last lineup of Liverpool

This was the last lineup Pepijn Lijbnders sent out against Chelsea, it would be no surprise if he comes out with many changes to tonight's lineup:

62. C. KELLEHER; 21. K. TSIMIKAS, 4. V. VAN DIJK, 5. I. KONATÉ, 66. T. ALEXANDER-ARNOLD, 7. J. MILNER, 3. FABINHO, 14. J. HENDERSON, 10. S. MANÉ, 20. DIOGO JOTA and 11. MOHAMED SALAH.

7:48 AM9 days ago

Shrewsbury's Key Player

Daniel Udoh has contributed several goals for his team in recent games, so tonight he could make history if he can score against Liverpool. 

He is a player who has good speed and vision with the ball at his feet and will be crucial for his team to achieve the feat. 

7:43 AM9 days ago

Liverpool's Key Player

Once again, goals will depend entirely on center forward Roberto Firmino, who has not been enough to be a starter in the Premier League, but he is a great substitute and when required, he contributes with goals. 

It is very likely that he will start against Shrewsbury, so he will have to give one hundred percent for his team to get the victory without complications. 

7:38 AM9 days ago

Tough stop for Shrewsbury

After getting out of the first two rounds of the FA Cup, the visiting team will go into the home of one of the biggest clubs in the UK, so it will not be an easy task. 

In the first and second round they defeated Stanford Town and Carlisle United respectively, but now they are up against one of the strongest opponents in the Premier League, so they will have to play a very smart game if they do not want to leave Anfield with a goal. 

 

7:33 AM9 days ago

Liverpool strong favorite

This third round brings as favorite Liverpool, which starts its participation in the FA Cup and also comes after beating Leicester City on penalties in the quarterfinals of the EFL Cup. 

Today they will have to go out and win without complications or at least that is what their fans expect. 

7:28 AM9 days ago

The match will be played at the Anfield

The Liverpool vs Shrewsbury Town match will be played at the stadium Anfield, on Liverpool, England. With a capacity of 53,394 people.

This is one of the most emblematic stadiums in English soccer and was built in 1884, being from that year the home of Everton Football Club, but it was in 1892 when the club left after an economic disagreement; since then it has been the home of Liverpool Football Club, a team formed from Everton's departure from Anfield.

The stadium has hosted numerous international matches at the professional level, including matches of the English national soccer team. The building was also used during the 1996 European Championship.

7:23 AM9 days ago

Welcome to VAVEL.com’s coverage of the 2019 Liga MX match: Liverpool vs Shrewsbury Town

My name is Salvador Espino and I’ll be your host for this game.

We will provide you with pre-game analysis, score updates, and news as it happens live here on VAVEL.

This day the FA Cup has prepared for us the third round of the competition, with a match in which Liverpool undoubtedly arrives as a clear favorite. 

However, Shrewsbury Town will look to face this great rival and advance to the next round of this great championship. 

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