Liverpool must silently thank Sanchez

Liverpool must silently thank Sanchez 6
Liverpool must silently thank Sanchez 6

If Sanchez had not received a red card from referee Mateu Lahoz, perhaps Inter Milan would have had a chance to make Liverpool hate them right at home.

Main content Hide / Show The turning point of the red card An ineffective The Kop

Highlights: Liverpool 0-1 Inter Milan (Source: FPT Play)

With the previous two goals, coach Jurgen Klopp and his team are said to be quite comfortable when welcoming Inter Milan in the second leg of the 1/8 round of the Champions League.

That was the moment when representatives from Serie A rushed forward and attacked like a storm against the home team.

Then whatever happened must come, from a situation on the left sideline in the direction of Inter Milan’s attack, the ball fell to Lautaro Martinez and the Argentine striker had an impeccable stroke of the ball and helped the away team shorten the gap to

Sanchez had to leave the field in the 63rd minute of the match

However, it was Sanchez’s red card that ruined the match.

Only playing with 10 people makes it difficult for the team with blue and black stripes to create pressure on The Kop’s goal to score more goals and end the slim chance of going upstream right at Anfield.

Inter dominated and created many opportunities, but that does not mean that Liverpool played badly in the return match.

However, Jurgen Klopp’s students did not score a goal during the 90 minutes of play.

Liverpool must silently thank Sanchez

Liverpool players continuously squandered opportunities

Even when playing better in the 63rd minute, Liverpool could not give their fans a chance to celebrate.

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