Liverpool record their heaviest away win ever in European competition as they thrash Maribo
Mohamad Salah was in fine form as he got a brace .New signing Oxlade-Chamberlain finally got his much desired first goal for his new club Premier League giants Liverpool thrashed Slovenian side Maribo 7-0 at the Ljudski vrt Stadium in an entertaining matchday 3 ChampionsLeague tie.
The Reds took the lead in the 4th minute as Firmino slides the ball home from close range. Salah capitalised on a mistake from Suler at the back and raced into the box before putting a low ball across the face of goal.
Firmino was there to tap into the net,handing Klopp’s men the perfect start to the contest. Liverpool doubletheir lead in the 13th minute as Coutinho latches on to Milner’s cross at the back post and his volleyed effort into the ground found the back of the net.
The Reds continued with their dominance of the match and Salah highlights their efforts with a neat finish to score their third of the game in the 19th minute of the game.
The in-form Egyptian got a brace in the 40th minute after Alberto Moreno sprayed a pass and he had an easy job to slot the ball into an empty net, making the scoreline 4-0.
Klopp was obviously the happier manager as both manager went for the break with the scoreline 4-0.
The Reds notch their fifth goal in the54th minute as Firmino glances Coutinho’s free-kick into the bottomcorner. Coutinho swung his delivery to the near post and the forward nodded the ball backwards towards the opposite post, and he watched as it nestled into the back of the net.
Oxlade-Chamberlain scored his first goal for Liverpool as he latches on to Sturridge’s pass in the 86th minute of the game and slots his strike past Handavodic from close range.
That strike wraps up an excellent performance from the visitors this evening. The Reds added a seventh goal for the evening when Alexander-Arnold was afforded space and time on the edge of the box.He goes for the blast and his effort takes a deflection off Suler to wrongfoot Handanovic to find the net.