Liverpool signed a historic 9-0 win against Marcos Senesi’s Bournemouth

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* Liverpool’s historic win

Liverpool He reached the fourth date of the Premier League with two draws and one defeat. The victory was denied at the beginning of the tournament. But this Saturday he found his first smile and how: thrashed newly promoted Bournemouth 9-0 with a result that will go down in the history of the club that won its last trophy in this competition in the 2019/20 season.

Those directed by the German Jürgen Klopp had an outstanding presentation of the Brazilian Firmino and Colombian Luis Díaz, both with two annotations each. They also added their cry Trent Alexander-Arnold, Virgil van Dijk, Harvey Elliott and Fabio Carvalhotaking into account that the remaining goal came by a goal against Chris Mepham.

The networks they had already left at halftime with a 5-0 on the scoreboard, which had arrived thanks to three assists from the Brazilian Firmino. The fact is that this bulky victory is one of the greatest results in its history with a 9-0 and 10-1 in the past. The last time they celebrated nine goals was in September 1989 with a 9-0 against Crystal Palace in the English top division which was later replaced by the Premier League.

The Bournemouth, which had the Argentinian Marcos Senesi as starteradds three points in the tournament as a result of one victory and three falls, although that number of units allows them for the moment to remain outside the relegation zone that West Ham (0), Leicester (1) and Wolverhampton (1) are currently starring in. ).

Liverpool, who had added draws against Fulham (2-2) and Crystal Palace (1-1), had just been surprised by Manchester United on the last date with a 2-1 in the Old Trafford.

Those of Klopp knew this week their path in the Champions League: They will share Group A with Ajax from the Netherlands, Napoli from Italy and Rangers from Scotland.. The debut will be on September 7 at the Diego Armando Maradona Stadium before the Neapolitans.


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