As it happened: Joyous Reds put four past Wolves

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17:292 months ago

Reflections

A night that the hosts will remember, and one for Wolves to quickly forget.

Liverpool may not be top of the league - Spurs are ahead on goal difference - but that performance proves that they remain the benchmark. 

17:242 months ago

Full time

Pawson blows his whistle to bring to an end a thoroughly enjoyable night for Liverpool.

It finishes 4-0. 

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90'

Robertson's free-kick narrowly misses the head of Mane before Salah cuts in from the right and lashes a shot wide. 

Into three added minutes now. 

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Final Liverpool sub

Jordan Henderson, after an impressive performance, hands the armband to Wijnaldum with his number up.

Naby Keita is back from injury. 

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Kelleher saves

80' Wolves nearly nick a consolation as a cross reaches substitute Ait Nouri at the back post, but Kelleher drops to save the close-range shot.

Shortly afterwards, a loose Jones pass is intercepted by Adama and he drags a shot wide. 

17:042 months ago

Goal! Liverpool 4-0 Wolves

Welcome back, Trent Alexander-Arnold. He sweeps a low ball across the box, and Mane's touch ricochets off Semedo and into the net.

A trademark delivery. Liverpool are purring in this second half. 

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74'

Liverpool want a couple more here. Salah neatly picks out Jones, and after a 1-2 with Mane, he tries his luck. Patricio gathers. 
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Another Liverpool sub

Diogo Jota will get 20 minutes or so against his former club as he replaces Roberto Firmino, who's had a good game. 
16:492 months ago

Penalty appeals

The Kop demand a penalty after Salah knocks the ball past Marcal and is blocked off by Coady, but neither Pawson nor VAR see enough in it. 

I'm not sure it would have been overturned had he given it. 

16:442 months ago

70'

Kelleher makes a simple catch from Dendoncker's free header. 
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Liverpool sub

Neco Williams went down a few moments ago after a slight kick from Adama Traore. It didn't look too serious, but Klopp takes the opportunity to give a return to Trent Alexander-Arnold, who has missed the last month or so with a calf injury. 
16:342 months ago

The goal

Henderson takes a short corner to Salah, who makes space to cross and sends in an inviting ball which Matip nods past Patricio. 

It's becoming a memorable night for the champions. 

16:292 months ago

Goal! Liverpool 3-0 Wolves

It's another one for Liverpool! Joel Matip this time!
16:242 months ago

Wolves change

62' The odds are stacked against Wolves now, and Nuno has taken action. Off goes central midfielder Neves, on comes striker Fabio Silva. 
16:192 months ago

The goal

Liverpool put together a rapid counter and Wijnaldum is far more advanced than usual. The angle isn't there for a pass to Salah or Mane so he chooses to go himself, and it's a magnificent effort, bending into the top right corner.

He gestures to Virgil van Dijk behind the Liverpool bench as he celebrates. 

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GOAL! Liverpool 2-0 Wolves

And just like that, the Reds double their lead. What a strike from Wijnaldum!
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Big chance for Wolves

58' A warning to Liverpool. In the second phase following a corner, Coady gets free at the back post and Fabinho has to rush across to thwart him. 
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Liverpool go close

What a goal that would have been. Salah switches play to Robertson, who cuts-back to Mane first time. From 15 yards, he puts the shot well wide. 
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47'

Mane expertly brings down Henderson's diagonal and powers a half-volley goalwards, but Patricio is able to grab it. 
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Second half

No changes for either side. Liverpool, attacking this Kop this time around, kick-off.

Can Wolves get back into this? We know their unique strength in second halves. 

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Salah's goal

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First half stats

Possession: Liverpool 72-28 Wolves

Shots: 5-5

On target: 2-1

15:392 months ago

Half-time

Liverpool knock the ball around for the duration of first-half stoppage time. They've preserved their lead as they head down the tunnel. 
15:342 months ago

Overruled

And this time the VAR decision goes in Liverpool's favour! No penalty!
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Hang on...

Pawson has gone to check the monitor. The replay suggests that Coady might have anticipated the contact and then gone down. 
15:242 months ago

Penalty to Wolves

Mane looks to clear the danger acrobatically and catches Conor Coady. Craig Pawson doesn't hesitate before pointing to the spot. A route back into the game for Wolves. 
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38'

Jones is going to try to continue. Perhaps Klopp will reassess at half-time. 
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37'

Curtis Jones is down for Liverpool. Not clear what the problem is. 
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32'

Tidy combination between Mane and Wijnaldum, then a low cross for Firmino, who aims for the far corner with a flick but can't quite execute it. 
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The goal

Henderson picks the ball up on halfway and launches it forward hopefully. Coady looks set to deal with it, but makes a total mess of the clearance and the ball drops to Salah, who unforgivingly dispatches it into the bottom right corner.

The former Liverpool player looks distraught. 

14:592 months ago

GOAL! Liverpool 1-0 Wolves

Salah scores for Liverpool!
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23'

Robertson curls an excellent pass in-behind Semedo for the run of Mane, but he makes the wrong decision with a first-time cross. 
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20'

A dangerous Wolves counter. Semedo finds Traore and he beats Fabinho before flashing a ball across the area. Fortunately for Liverpool, Neto can't meet it. The away side have edged it so far. 
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Good save

17' Wolves go closest to the opener. Traore shuffles a pass to Podence just inside the area and he tries to beat Kelleher with an audacious dink, but the Irishman backtracks to palm it behind. 
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12'

A first attempt for Liverpool. Mane slips in Robertson and the left-back tries to return the favour with a driven cross which skews off Mane's head and goes over. 
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7'

Liverpool find themselves with an opportunity to counter in numbers after clearing a Wolves corner. Curtis Jones brings it over halfway but holds onto it too long when he reaches the area and the attack fizzles out. 
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Early yellow

3' Neco Williams is into the book already after being caught out by the run of Neto and pulling the winger to ground. 
14:242 months ago

Kick-off

Wolves get us under way for the penultimate game of Matchday 11. 
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Liverpool's anthem

The fans' first rendition of You'll Never Walk Alone at Anfield since March...
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The teams are out

Wolves are out first, then Liverpool emerge to a roar from the scattered Kop. 
14:092 months ago

Wolves team news

Daniel Podence is set to lead the line for Wolves in the absence of Raul Jimenez.

Ki-Jana Hoever, who departed Anfield for Molineux in the summer, is among the substitutes.

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Liverpool team news

Trent Alexander-Arnold and Naby Keita are only fit enough for the Liverpool bench.

Curtis Jones starts again in midfield.

Ex-Wolves forward Diogo Jota is on the bench.

13:592 months ago

How the Wolves get to the meeting?

Nuno Esp Santo's outfit arrives at Anfield after a good performance at the Emirates Stadium.

The Wolves are currently ninth in the competition with seventeen points followed by Manchester United and Aston Villa with one game less.

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How the Reds get to the meeting

Liverpool is second in the competition, tying points (21) with Tottenham Hotspur.

Those from Merseyside arrive after a draw against Brighton and Hove Albion  in their last league competition.

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Nuno talking about Raul Jiménez

 

The Portuguese coach s spoke during this week to discuss the evolution n of the Mexican player, Raúl Jiménez after the serious injury he had in a encounter with the Brazilian David Luiz after a head collision on last weekend.

 

Source:Wolves

13:442 months ago

Diogo Jota against his former team

 

Diogo Jota  who turned 24 on December 4 He will meet his former team, Wolverhampton Wanderers for the first time.

The Portuguese international may become the fourth player to score in his first five consecutive games ivos at home after Alan Shearer and Les Ferdinand did it in Newcastle and Jermaine Defoe in Portsmouth.

 

Source:LiverpoolFC

13:392 months ago

Press conference of coach Jurgen Klopp

The German technician appeared yesterday at a press conference before receiving Wolverhampton Wanderers at the Last match of the weekend match.

 

Source:Liverpool website

13:342 months ago

Trent and Keita are back

 

Jurgen Klopp will be able to have the defender< strong> Trent Alexander Arnold and midfielder  Naby Keita for tomorrow's game against the Wolves.

The two players trained in the session yesterday Friday after a few weeks off due to muscle injuries.

 

 

13:292 months ago

Connor Coady

Connor Coady celebrating the victory. Photo:@wolves < figcaption> Connor Coady celebrating the victory. Photo:@wolves
Source:@Wolves
13:242 months ago

Connor Coady returns to what used to be his home

Connor Coady  the now captain of Wolverhampton Wanderers returns to what was his home of training, Liverpool. 

 

"It's a place where everyone wants to go, not just for me, because when you go and play in Liverpool, you want to measure yourself against the best in the world."  ;

 

Source:Wolves website

13:192 months ago

We review Wolves last victory at Anfield

Wolverhampton Wanderers have not won at Anfield since December 29, 2010. The scorer of the only goal in the match was Stephen Ward.

 

Source:@Wolves

13:142 months ago

Stadium

Anfield with capacity for 53,394 fans, it will be one of the five venues where  the return of fans will be a reality this undé ;Top Premier League matchday.

According to the British authorities, Liverpool is one of the five venues on this matchday to enable supporters to return to the stadiums since last March 9. Only will be able to access a total of 2,000 fans and with strict security measures. The return to normalcy is closer and closer.

 

Anfield. Liverpool FC stadium./Photo:Premier League. < figcaption> Anfield. Liverpool FC stadium./Photo:Premier League.
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Match referee

Craig Pawson from Sheffield, will be in charge of directing the match. On the bands will be the referees Lee Betts and Richard West.

The fourth referee will be Andy Madley and in the room VAR will beá led by Jonathan Moss as principal and Dan Robathan.

13:042 months ago

Last precedent

The last precedent between Liverpool and Wolverhampton ended with victory Red at the Molineux Stadium (23.01.2020). The goals of Henderson (8&# 39;) and nbsp;) ;(84&# 39;) gave the victory to the Merseyside and consolidated the leadership in the Premier League. With this victory they continued with the unbeaten in the league championship (40 games undefeated).
Klopp's team celebration at Molineux Stadium. Photo:Premier League
Klopp's team celebration at Molineux Stadium. Photo:Premier League
12:592 months ago

Preview of the match to the eleventh league match:Liverpool v Wolverhampton

All the information of the match with the preview of the match Liverpool vs Wolverhampton is here, on VAVEL Spain. Today's live broadcast will begin at the beginning of the match in its reference sports newspaper, in VAVEL España.
12:542 months ago

GOOD AFTERNOON READERS OF VAVEL

¡Good afternoon to all VAVEL readers! Welcome to the broadcast of the  match Liverpool vs Wolverhampton live, belonging to matchday 11 of the Premier League. The meeting will take place at Anfield tomorrow from 20:15 hours.
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