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RB Leipzig 0-2 Liverpool – Watch the goals and highlights (Video)

RB Leipzig vs Liverpool highlights – All the goals and highlights as Liverpool beat Leipzig 2-0 in the Champions League on Tuesday night.

Jurgen Klopp made just one change as the injured James Milner was replaced by Thiago, who partnered Gini Wijnaldum and Curtis Jones in midfield. Ozan Kabak continued in defence alongside Jordan Henderson.

Leipzig had a couple of early chances with Angelino causing problems down the left but the Reds dictated much of the game as they looked to get the ball up to their forwards at pace, reminiscent of their usual free-flowing style.

Andy Robertson went close with an audacious long-range effort whilst Roberto Firmino had the ball inside the back of the net before the goal was ruled out due to the ball going out of play in the build-up.

The Reds seemed to create avenues inside Leipzig’s box at will and, despite Leipzig getting some early joy after the break, it was more of the same in the second half.

However, two self-made errors by Leipzig – inside five minutes of one another – defined the night. A misplaced pass saw Mohamed Salah creep in to give the Reds the lead before Sadio Mane pounced on a slip to double their advantage.

Despite Leipzig seeing more of the ball in the latter stages, Liverpool kept their defensive shape well as their concentration levels at the back looked far superior to what we’ve grown accustomed to in recent weeks.

They expertly managed the game as the clock ticked on in the final minutes to secure a solid 2-0 win in Europe, giving them a big advantage before next month’s return leg at Anfield.

The hope will be this performance can now also act as a catalyst for their Premier League campaign as they look to push for a spot in the top four.


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2021/2022 Premier League Fixtures Released




Breaking: 2021/2022 Premier League Fixtures Released

The fixtures for the 2021/2022 Premier League season were released on Wednesday morning.

Champions Manchester City begin the defence of their title with a mouthwatering trip to Tottenham Hotspur. It remains to be seen which of the two teams Harry Kane will be playing for, as the England captain’s future hangs in the air.

Arsenal travel to newcomers Brentford, while Champions League winners Chelsea begin with a home game against Crystal Palace.

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Manchester United clash with Leeds United in what promises to be a cracking game at Old Trafford, and Liverpool are away to Norwich City.

Here is the opening weekend of Premier League fixtures:

Brentford v Arsenal

Burnley v Brighton

Chelsea v Crystal Palace

Everton v Southampton

Leicester City v Wolverhampton

Manchester United v Leeds United

Newcastle United v West Ham United

Norwich City v Liverpool

Tottenham Hotspur v Manchester City

Watford v Aston Villa

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Copa America: Brazil vs Venezuela 3-0 – Highlights Download




Brazil vs Venezuela 3-0 – Highlights Download 13 June 2021 Copa America

A year after the tournament was originally due to take place, the hosts Brazil get the tournament underway as they look to defend their trophy. They won their ninth title in 2019, and are among the favourites to retain it this time around.

Brazil are unbeaten in their last eight matches against Venezuela in all competitions (W5 D3), but two of those draws have been in the Copa America, with both finishing 0-0.

They’ve won each of their last seven games in all competitions, keeping a clean sheet in six of those. Venezuela reached the quarter-finals two years ago before being knocked out by Argentina, but they’ve struggled recently, winning just one of their last six matches (D1 L4).




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Copa America: Argentina vs Chile 1-1 – Highlights Download




Argentina vs Chile 1-1 – Highlights Download 13 June 2021 Copa America

Lionel Scaloni leads Argentina into a major tournament for the first time since replacing Jorge Sampaoli after the 2018 World Cup. As ever, the former assistant can call upon the irrepressible Lionel Messi, who will hope this is the year he finally lands his first senior international honour.

It is the fourth consecutive Copa America in which these two nations lock horns. Chile famously prevailed on penalties in the final of the 2015 and 2016 editions, but Argentina won when they faced off in the third-place play-off two years ago.

Messi receives support from Lautaro Martinez and Nicolas Gonzalez, while Nicolas Otamendi anchors the defence and Emiliano Martinez wins just his third cap in goal.




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