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English Premier League: Liverpool Coach Jurgen Kloop Has Done It Again See.

Following their 4-0 win over Arsenal in the last English Premier League match, Jurgen Kloop made few changes to the team that played with Porto in the Uefa Champion League midweek. Bringing in' Virgil Van Dijk, Trent Alexander, Fabinho and Jota in the starting lineup. It was a cool weather at Anfied before the match.

As Usual Liverpool started their match on 4-3-3 formation while the visiting side Southampton started the match on 3-4-3 formation.

It took only 2 minutes for Liverpool to open the scoring through Diogo Jota. Liverpool were on attack after attack in the opening 15 minutes Encounter. Just in the 32 minutes Diogo Jota completed his brace when he scored the second goal for Liverpool. Meanwhile just few minutes before the half time drama happened at the back, Mistake by Southampton defenders allows Thiago Alcantara to scored the third goal for the home side. And the match went into the half time 3-0.

In the second half Liverpool continued applying pressure on the visiting side. Both teams made few changes. In the 52 minutes Virgil Van Dijk scored the fourth goals for Liverpool after a beautiful pass from Thiago. On the other hand Southampton try their best to come back but lucky was not on their side, 4-0 is how it ended. After today matches Liverpool moved into the second place in the log standing just behind log leaders Chelsea.

Meanwhile on the other hand Southampton will remained at the button half of the table with just 14 points from 13 matches they've played.

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Written by Ishmael.

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