Following their Goalles draw in the first leg, Arsenal were hoping to book themselves into the final of Caraboa Cup when they hosted Liverpool in the second leg of Caraboa Cup Yesterday night. However Arsenal started their match on 4-1-4-1 formation while Liverpool started their match on 4-3-3 formation. The match started well as both sides were playing from the back.
Meanwhile it took only 19 minutes for the visiting side Liverpool to take the lead through Diago Jata. Just minutes before the half time Diago Jata had an opportunity to Score the second goal but his shot went Straight to the goalkeeper. And the match went into the half time 1neil.
In the second half Liverpool continues putting pressure on Arsenal. On the other hand Both teams made few changes bringing in fresh legs in the field as you can see.
However in the 77th minutes of the match Liverpool Scored the second goal through Diogo Jota again. Meanwhile just few minutes before the final whistle things went bad to worse for Arsenal as Thomas was send off Following a degerous tackle. At the end 2Neil is how it ended.
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