THE BALL – Brentford beat unrecognizable Liverpool (see targets) (England)

Brentford rose on Monday from tenth to seventh place within the Premier League – overtaking Brighton, Chelsea and Fulham – by beating Liverpool, on the Brentford Community Stadium, in London, 3-1, within the opening sport of the th -19 rounds of proof.

The ‘bees’ (bees), coached by the Danish Thomas Frank, are already seventh within the desk, in phrases, with 26 factors in 18 conferences, whereas Liverpool, coached by German Jurgen Klopp, and who has a global striker in Uruguay. Darwin Nuñez (former Benfica) holds, stays in sixth place within the desk, with 28 factors in 17 video games.

A tense afternoon for the Reds, who’re making an attempt to win their fifth consecutive championship – Portuguese-British Fábio Carvalho is an unused substitute at Anfield, Diogo Jota continues to get better from damage , like Colombian Luis Díaz (former FC Porto) – , and began Konaté’s personal objective (19′), after a nook, making it 1-0 for the hosts.

Congolese striker Yoang Wissa even noticed the referee, Simon Atwell, annul two targets after utilizing VAR (within the 27′ and 39′), however within the 42′ he even elevated the benefit within the sensational Brentford to 2-0, with a good looking header. (after Jensen’s cross from the proper) which was nonetheless opposed by Alisson Becker, however, and to show the correctness of the referee’s determination, there have been photos on tv, with the ball fully past the ‘deadly danger’. In the third, Wissa really scored… and for actual.

The ‘Reds’ – once more, unusually, lining up… in inexperienced – modified form within the second half and Darwin noticed the referee annul a objective (48′) for alleged offside, however later Alexander -Arnold crossed from the proper and Oxlade-Chamberlain, additionally with a header, sealed the 1-2.

The determination got here within the 84th minute, with Norgaard asking Franco-Cameroonian Bryan Mbeumo to run down the proper, who beat Konaté and coolly shot dwelling to make it 3-1.

See beneath the targets of the match in London that opened the nineteenth spherical of the Premier League:


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