Correa equaliser for Sevilla leaves Liverpool ruing penalty miss

Posted September 14, 2017

Here's our match report. Karius, Lovren and Gomez coming in to replace Mignolet, Klavan and Alexander-Arnold. In the last five matches of Sevilla FC has won three matches and two matches ended in a draw. Correa replaced the latter.

'But playing against the better teams in the Champions League, and the Premier League, they're going to have to tighten up at the back.

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Liverpool gradually grew in to the game and after 20 minutes their efforts were rewarded.

Firmino was presented with a tap-in by the Spaniard after an impressive one-two between Moreno and his captain Jordan Henderson, the Brazilian making no mistake to restore parity on Merseyside. 2-1 up with a little bit of fortune.

"A lot was made when the fixtures came out - Chelsea away, Tottenham away and now away to Liverpool".

Liverpool should have been further clear just before half-time when Sadio Mane was fouled by Nicolas Pareja but Firmino's penalty hit a post. Firmino missed a first half penalty and Jordi Gomez was red carded towards the end of the game. It should've been 3-1 to Liverpool at half time.

"I was not happy with him throwing the ball away but we're fine".

However, with 18 minutes to play, Sevilla snatched an equaliser with their first shot of the second half. Correa takes Muriel's pass on the run and steers a wonderful finish beyond Karius after the hosts were caught out by a quick throw.

"Emre I think this game today was the opposite".

Klopp says that he does not believe Liverpool's defensive frailties can be solved with one signing.

Dyche confirmed De Boer gave him no indication he was about to lose his job when they spoke after the game but he had some sympathy for the Dutchman. Most notably of course was Lovren's embarrassing attempt at a clearance which led to the opener.

The Liverpool Club of England celebrated the selection of Egyptian player Mohamed Salah as a candidate for the first round of the European Champions League. They had two chances, no more so we were the dominant side and defended well.