Sadio Mane scored Liverpool’s second goal against Atletico Madrid in the 21st minute of the second round of the Champions League Group Stage, between four teams at Anfield. For reds.
Mane scored with a superb cross from Alexander Arnold, who scored the first goal for Diego Jotta.
Liverpool entered the match tonight, scoring full points in the first 3 rounds, topping Group B with 9 points, while Atletico Madrid are third with 4 points.
In today’s match, led by Egyptian star Mohamed Salah, who is playing his 50th European match against the Liverpool Reds, he is proud to be the 24th player to achieve this feat with the club..
Spanish player Diego Alcandara was not ready for today’s match in Liverpool, while Frenchman Antoine Griezmann was suspended for being ruled out of the previous match due to his absence from Atletico Madrid.
Earlier in the same group, Italy drew 1-1 with Milan Porto.
Security Line: Alexander Arnold – Van Dyck – Mattip – Simikas
Midfield: Henderson – Fabinho – Henderson
Forwards: Mohamed Salah – Mane – Diego Jotta
Defensive line: Trippier – Felipe – Jimenez – Hermoso
Midfield: De Paul – Coke – Carrasco
Forwards: Angel Korea – Joao Felix – Suarez
And if Mohamed Salah succeeds in scoring two goals against Atletico Madrid today, he will be proud to be the first player in Reds history to score two goals in 3 consecutive European matches with that team..
Mohamed Salah has scored 5 goals since the current edition of the Champions League this season and is third in the rankings.
With Liverpool, led by coach Jர்கrgen Klopp, armed with Atletico Madrid on the pitch and in public with two rounds remaining until the curtain falls on the team stage, to settle its qualification in advance for the final price.
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