US News, April 22, 2023. Liverpool born Paul Mullin, has scored 2 goals this evening to put Ryan Reynold’s Wrexham on the cusp of rejoining the Football League after 15 years out.
Jota the slotter is truly back! Some really said he should be sold in the summer.
Really disappointing to hear Forest fans chanting “sign on” today. Especially as Nottingham has the same unemployment rate as Liverpool. Poverty is a human tragedy. Don’t bring banners calling for an end to tragedy chants and then chant about human tragedy.
No matter how bad things get for Liverpool, they can always rely on the Egyptian King..
These are the quotes after Liverpool won 3-2 Premier League victory over Nottingham Forest.
The Reds came out on top of a topsy-turvy second half at Anfield on Saturday, with Mohamed Salah providing the winner after a Diogo Jota double.
The Premier League match between Liverpool and Nottingham Forest ended in a thrilling 3-2 victory for Liverpool.
In the 47th minute of the game, Diogo Jota scored the game’s first goal. However, Nottingham immediately recovered as Neco Williams scored in the game’s 51st minute. Jota swiftly regained his balance after recovering from a serious injury. A few seconds later, Jota gave Liverpool the initiative once more.
“He puts himself in some excellent positions, and usually he can finish them off when he enters the play and receives the ball. After being out for a long period due to an injury, he is just now beginning to recover his groove. It’s good to see him back on track and self-assured. I hope he can.
continue that from now until the end of the season,” Jordan Henderson said after the match, according to Liverpool FC.
With the sheer difference in the quality of both teams, Liverpool could have had an easy game. However, they allowed pressure to dwell on them which led to a few errors.
“Yeah, we made it difficult, [it’s] never easy with us but we managed to get the job done, which was the most important thing. Obviously, the long throws were killing us a little bit so that’s something we need to be better at, definitely, especially off the second ball off them. But hopefully, we can learn from that and there was no damage done with the three points in the end.”Even with the presence of Mohamed Salah, Diogo Jota and Cody Gakpo on the field, it took Liverpool 47 minutes to break the stalemate. Nottingham Forest’s formation made it hard for Liverpool to find the crucial goal.
“We knew we were going to have to be patient, we knew they would be [in a] low block and make it difficult, man-v-man marking mostly, which is always a challenge. But you’ve got to try to be patient and wait for the right moment. We had one or two half-chances in the first half where we could have probably took the lead but it’s about keep doing the right things and being patient in the second half to finally get the breakthrough, which we did. But then from then on we can improve and probably should have gone on to win the game comfortably in the end,” Henderson concluded.
Mohamed Salah scored the winning goal for the hosts which sealed the victory for Liverpool. Their next game will be against West Ham United on the 27th of April in the Premier League.
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