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Jurgen Klopp compares Nottingham Forest win to famous Liverpool victory that was turning point in title challenge

LiverpoolEcho.co.uk - 2 hours 53 min ago
Liverpool beat Nottingham Forest in dramatic fashion to strengthen their Premier League title ambitions
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Jurgen Klopp compares Nottingham Forest win to famous Liverpool victory that was turning point in title challenge

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Liverpool beat Nottingham Forest in dramatic fashion to strengthen their Premier League title ambitions
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Brilliant behind the scenes footage shows Jurgen Klopp’s admiration for Alexis Mac Allister

ThisIsAnfield.com - 2 hours 54 min ago

If there’s one thing we could wish for, it would be for Jurgen Klopp to look at us the way he looks at Alexis Mac Allister, with pure admiration.

Liverpool’s No. 10 was exceptional against Forest, creating six chances and setting up the all-important winner for Darwin Nunez with a moment of exceptional clarity.

“The goal was set up by a guy who was the calmest on the whole pitch,” Klopp said of Mac Allister after Saturday’s win. “I saw it only live but I’ll never forget it.

“He was calm. He chips the ball there. Super assist and super important goal.”

The Argentine was in his more recognisable role as a No. 8, and his assist was his fourth goal contribution in his last five games, with the Argentine duly receiving plenty of plaudits.

Klopp was among those to hail his No. 10, but his reaction, filmed by LFC, in the back rooms after Saturday’s match spoke volumes.

You can try but you will never ever replace Jürgen Klopp?? pic.twitter.com/OlTAi4ewZf

— Anything Liverpool (@AnythingLFC_) March 4, 2024

Mac Allister was spotted hugging the wall while catching up with national compatriot Nicolas Dominguez, and as Klopp was making his way through the tight space he had to stop and acknowledge his midfielder.

With a point and an impressed glance, Klopp shook Mac Allister’s hand after greeting him with a “good player” remark, a giddy smile followed before the manager sought Dominguez’s attention by saying “muy bien.”

Mac Allister was so good Klopp had to say it in two different languages!

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The Argentine’s smile spoke volumes as he accepted Klopp’s praise, something he will be embracing at every turn with only a finite number of games left under his tutelage.

It is one small interaction, but it sums up Klopp as a manager and what Liverpool have been so lucky to have for nearly nine years now.

It’s no wonder players are prepared to run themselves into the ground for him, that’s what he inspires them to do – we only have to look at the last week for evidence of just that!

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Liverpool have 'crazy' player Jurgen Klopp loves who could make long-awaited return

LiverpoolEcho.co.uk - 3 hours 28 min ago
Joe Gomez is approaching new Liverpool landmark as man for many positions could be given recall by England boss Gareth Southgate
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Liverpool have 'crazy' player Jurgen Klopp loves who could make long-awaited return

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Joe Gomez is approaching new Liverpool landmark as man for many positions could be given recall by England boss Gareth Southgate
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Rhys Williams’ first game since August ends with surprise defeat for strong U21s

ThisIsAnfield.com - 3 hours 31 min ago

Despite being able to call upon a host of players with first-team experience, including the returning Rhys Williams, Liverpool under-21s fell to a surprise league defeat on Sunday.

Liverpool U21s 0-2 Aston Villa U21s

Premier League 2, AXA Training Centre
March 3, 2024

Goals: Kellyman 8′, Moore (pen) 76′

Six players with a first-team appearance under their belt were in Barry Lewtas‘ starting lineup on Sunday, with the U21s able to name a strong side, unlike the U18s just days prior.

The likes of Kaide Gordon, Calum Scanlon, Trey Nyoni and Lewis Koumas joined James McConnell, who was on the bench at Forest, from the start, as did Williams.

It was the centre-back’s first game since August due to a combination of injury and a not-so-successful loan spell with Aberdeen.

The 22-year-old was recalled from the Scottish side in January and went on to join League One’s Port Vale, only to return to Kirkby just 16 days later due to an “underlying injury issue.”

 Liverpool's Lewis Koumas during the FA Cup 5th Round match between Liverpool FC and Southampton FC at Anfield. (Photo by David Rawcliffe/Propaganda)

 Liverpool's Lewis Koumas during the FA Cup 5th Round match between Liverpool FC and Southampton FC at Anfield. (Photo by David Rawcliffe/Propaganda)

Williams played 71 minutes on his return to action, joining 17-year-old Amara Nallo – who was in his first senior matchday squad against Southampton – in central defence, but neither could keep Villa out.

Omari Kellyman scored with less than 10 minutes on the clock and Fabian Mrozek was subsequently called into making a number of brilliant saves throughout the match.

Gordon and Tommy Pilling came close at the other end for the Reds, while the combination of McConnell and Koumas were thwarted at the last moment when the goal beckoned.

 Liverpool's Calum Scanlon during a pre-season friendly match between Karlsruher SC and Liverpool FC at the Wildparkstadion. Liverpool won 4-2. (Pic by David Rawcliffe/Propaganda)

 Liverpool's Calum Scanlon during a pre-season friendly match between Karlsruher SC and Liverpool FC at the Wildparkstadion. Liverpool won 4-2. (Pic by David Rawcliffe/Propaganda)

The Reds pushed for an equaliser, but a trip in the penalty area from Terence Miles saw the referee award Villa a late penalty, which they duly converted to make it 2-0.

There were no powers of recovery for Liverpool, whose defeat comes as a surprise considering the strength of their lineup against a Villa side sitting 14th in the table, eight places below the Reds.

The defeat ends a run of three Premier League 2 wins in a row and widens the gap to top-placed Tottenham to eight points.

There is more academy action on the weekend, but Jurgen Klopp is expected to again turn to some of the names from this side for the Europa League trip to Sparta Prague on Thursday – exact names are expected to be confirmed on Wednesday.

Liverpool U21s: Mrozek; Miles, Williams (Pinnington 71′), Nallo, Scanlon (Davidson 57′); McConnell (Kone-Doherty 46′), Gordon, Pilling; Musialowski, Nyoni, Koumas (Morrison 46′)

Subs not used: O. Kelly

Next match: Reading (A) – Premier League 2 – Sunday, March 10, 1pm (GMT)

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'I never get it right' - Mikel Arteta makes major Arsenal admission in Liverpool title fight

LiverpoolEcho.co.uk - 4 hours 20 min ago
Arsenal will look to go to within two points of Liverpool with victory over Sheffield United on Monday evening
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'I never get it right' - Mikel Arteta makes major Arsenal admission in Liverpool title fight

icLiverpool.co.uk - 4 hours 20 min ago
Arsenal will look to go to within two points of Liverpool with victory over Sheffield United on Monday evening
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Liverpool CEO takes up new role with FSG – hints at new club appointment

ThisIsAnfield.com - 4 hours 28 min ago

Liverpool are undergoing significant changes not only in the backroom but in the club’s hierarchy, with CEO, Billy Hogan, the latest to see his role altered at top level.

The club finds itself needing a new sporting director, manager and backroom staff all within the space of a few months, with a lot hinging on owners FSG making the right appointments.

And despite the season of change the club already finds itself in, last week, Hogan, CEO of Liverpool FC, was named CEO of FSG International.

The announcement came during FSG’s owners’ meeting, with Hogan to oversee the management of FSG’s entire enterprise, which is continuing to grow across various sports around the world.

A statement from FSG on Hogan’s promotion said: “This moment in FSG’s expansion marks a fitting occasion to formalise our leadership structure, recognising the ongoing contributions and responsibilities shouldered by Sam [Kennedy, Red Sox CEO] and Billy across our entire portfolio.”

 Liverpool's Chief Executive Officer Billy Hogan during a LFC Foundation and Special Olympics Asia event at the Tanglin Trust School ahead of the Singapore Festival of Football pre-season tournament. (Pic by David Rawcliffe/Propaganda)

 Liverpool's Chief Executive Officer Billy Hogan during a LFC Foundation and Special Olympics Asia event at the Tanglin Trust School ahead of the Singapore Festival of Football pre-season tournament. (Pic by David Rawcliffe/Propaganda)

“We know our people are our greatest asset, and in Sam and Billy, we have two of the most accomplished executives in the industry whose enduring contributions stand out even more as original hires by FSG over two decades ago.”

It has been suggested that the promotion will not impact Hogan’s day-to-day role at Liverpool, but it will to a certain extent considering how vast FSG’s portfolio is becoming.

The change follows Liverpool’s attempt to lure former sporting director Michael Edwards back to Merseyside, with a restructuring of the club on the cards as he seeks greater control.

In a report from the Times‘ Paul Joyce, Edwards would “seek total control of football operations at Liverpool in order to consider coming back to Anfield less than two years after his departure.”

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Edwards, if he came back in that position, would effectively take on the role of FSG president Michael Gordon, who is heavily involved in the running of the club, and could lessen some of Hogan’s responsibilities.

It is no wonder, then, that Liverpool continue to push for Edwards’ return, as the transfer guru already knows the club inside out and a restructuring of the club and FSG as a whole makes this the ideal time to see him assume more power.

Nevertheless, Hogan’s promotion, the pursuit of Edwards and Klopp’s departure ensures this a significant period for a club that is soon to be in a period of transition, something they have not had to encounter for nearly nine years.

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Liverpool fans all say the same thing ahead of “biggest game” – Anfield must be “feral”

ThisIsAnfield.com - 5 hours 51 min ago

Liverpool have a huge week ahead of them, and while Jurgen Klopp‘s only focus will be on Thursday’s game, eyes are already being drawn to Sunday and the anticipation of a “feral” Anfield.

Klopp will be delighted his team have a few extra days of recovery between now and Thursday’s Europa League trip to Sparta Prague, a fixture that precedes their most important league game.

While the manager and his team will, rightly, focus on the first match, Liverpool fans are already looking ahead to Sunday and its possibilities, with just a point separating the two teams.

With the Reds winning in the last minute at Forest and City completing a comeback against Man United, they sit on 63 and 62 points respectively after 27 Premier League games.

The significance of Liverpool taking all three points against Pep Guardiola’s side is not lost on anyone, and fans are already urging Anfield to be at its hostile best…

Next Sunday Anfield could be the most feral place you’ve ever been.

— Phil Blundell (@PhilBlundell) November 2, 2019

Anfield being feral is the best place in the world, every single one of us in that ground has a small part to play next Sunday. Bring it on ??

— Andy (@ABJ_LFC) March 3, 2024

Need this on Sunday. Greet the Reds, scare the blues. Make Anfield the loudest it’s ever been.

Up the reds. pic.twitter.com/sb4h6OlSZl

— ??????? ???? (@AnfieldAura) March 3, 2024

Liverpool vs Manchester City, 13th April 2014 – Anfield Road.

Same again on Sunday? pic.twitter.com/CuPEHaNMel

— Sam (@_OLiverpoolfans) March 3, 2024

That ground next week against city has to be fucking feral

— The Anfield Wrap (@TheAnfieldWrap) March 2, 2024

Anfield being feral is the best place in the world, every single one of us in that ground has a small part to play next Sunday. Bring it on ??

— Andy (@ABJ_LFC) March 3, 2024

Anfield better be the most hostile stadium in the world next week

— Roopa Vyas (@LFC_RV) March 3, 2024

The biggest game the Premier League will ever see, ever, so If you haven't relised the magnitude of this game then stay at home and boil your head. Just remember no1 has witnessed us lift The Premier League at Anfield. Not even ur arl man pic.twitter.com/plYKTX2Hwe

— LFC Sales (@Lfcsalesinfo) March 4, 2024

Our performance at Anfield next Sunday needs to be as big as the ones in 2018 and the year we won the League. We need to suffocate them

— JAMES (@JAMES77458423) March 3, 2024

If Anfield delivers we beat them Sunday. Simple as that.

When it’s hostile they shit the fucking bed every time.

— ??? ?????? ????????? ? (@TMLFC1) March 3, 2024

You can’t rely on others if you want to win the Premier League. Onto next Sunday. Anfield.

— Marty Sikora (@marty_sikora) March 3, 2024

If Liverpool want to lift the Premier League trophy, they need to be the ones taking points off their closest rivals, we’ve seen time and time again that we cannot simply rely on others.

Anfield has the potential to be the game-changer on Sunday, let’s not forget City’s only win from their last 20 visits was when there were zero fans inside the ground…

A huge week awaits Klopp’s side and anticipation, plus all the nerves, are already building. Let’s make sure it’s another special few days for this team, Reds!

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Ref Watch LIVE! Drop-ball drama and controversy in Scotland

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'What do Forest want?' - Neville says drop-ball error 'not a shocker'

Liverpool FC on Sky Sports - 6 hours 28 min ago

Gary Neville has refuted Mike Dean's claim that Liverpool's winner at Nottingham Forest on Saturday came as a result of a "monumental error" from referee Paul Tierney.

Darwin Nunez scored in the 99th minute at the City Ground to keep Liverpool on top of the Premier League but Forest were furious at a mistake made by the officials in the build-up to the goal.

Forest had possession in an attacking position when Tierney stopped play due to a head injury to Liverpool defender Ibrahima Konate and then returned the ball to the visitors - instead of the hosts - when play restarted.

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Watch as refereee Paul Tierney incorrectly gave Liverpool an uncontested drop ball when he stopped play for a head injury despite Nottingham Forest having the ball

It took nearly two minutes after having the ball mistakenly handed back to them for Liverpool to score but that did not stop Forest reacting furiously, with Evangelos Marinakis, the club's owner, confronting the officials during chaotic scenes at the final whistle.

Speaking on Sunday, Dean - a former Premier League referee - heavily criticised his former colleague Tierney, but speaking on the Gary Neville Podcast, Neville insisted too much was being made of the mistake.

"I saw Mike Dean's interview earlier today, where he described it as a 'monumental error'," said Neville. "There is no doubt the Nottingham Forest player is in possession but the goal came a minute and 50 [seconds] after that. Two minutes in football is an absolute age.

"The idea that it was a 'monumental error'... I get the fact it was a mistake, a frustration, but I get the feeling now that we're making too much out of what I feel is a run-of-the-mill error. You see them quite regularly in a season."

Neville also hit out at Mark Clattenburg, the former Premier League referee who is now working in a refereeing analysis role with Forest and told the media that Tierney's error was "difficult to explain".

"The owner on the pitch and the Mark Clattenburg nonsense, I can't buy into," said Neville. "I feel we are pushing the boundaries, and inciting anger and hate towards referees [with] some of the action clubs are taking.

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The Soccer Saturday team reacts to scenes at the end of Nottingham Forest's match at home to Liverpool

"To me, it's an error. It's just a mistake. We don't know Liverpool wouldn't have scored anyway.

"At the moment, we need to show a bit of restraint. I don't feel it's as bad as we're making out.

"Clattenburg is all over the radio - what do they want? A replay of the match? Clubs don't seem to accept there are times where you get a bad decision against you.

"The angle this season is that there almost needs to be retribution or revenge, greater action, rather than just thinking 'you're going to get a shocker against you at some point'. That's football.

"I didn't even think that decision was a shocker. It was bad, not a shocker."

Dean: Tierney made 'monumental error'

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Former referee Mike Dean admitted the referee made a big error in the build-up to Liverpool's winning goal at Nottingham Forest

Speaking on Sky Sports News, Dean said of Tierney's mistake: "Unfortunately, it is a mistake and it's a bad one, because it leads eventually to a goal.

"The law states that whoever has the ball last when play is stopped, the ball is returned to them. Callum Hudson-Odoi clearly had the ball and the ball should have been given back to Nottingham Forest.

"There has been a big fallout and rightly so - it's a big error by the match referee. It's something they are going to have to live and learn from. It's a mistake, we all know it's a mistake.

"It is right [that we focus attention on it] because the incident is wrong in law. It's a monumental error. The drop-ball law is there for a reason."

However, Dean criticised Marinakis - who has previously been booked by officials for his touchline protests as owner of Greek side Olympiakos - for his behaviour at the final whistle.

"The chairman was on the pitch at the end - we don't want to see things like that," said Dean. "We don't need scenes like that after a game.

"Clearly Nottingham Forest are upset. I would have been upset. Unfortunately it's a monumental error. The referee will know that. Hopefully he can rectify that in the future.

"I was surprised the chairman came down. That shouldn't happen, he shouldn't be on the pitch. I've never seen it before in the Premier League."

Clattenburg: Mistake difficult to explain

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Nottingham Forest boss Nuno Espirito Santo was left frustrated with some of the refereeing decisions that enabled Liverpool to snatch a 99th-minute winner against his side

Nuno Espirito Santo, the Forest manager, did not want to discuss the drop-ball error, but Clattenburg was more forthcoming, saying: "Under the laws of the game, the team that has possession when he blows the whistle to stop the game - he is entitled to stop the game because it is a potential head injury - the ball goes back to that team and the other team retreat one metre.

"They changed the law because they did not want a contested drop ball. Years ago, when we had contested drop balls, players used to swing legs and people could get injured, so I understand the law change.

"But the laws state that, certainly if the ball is outside of the penalty area and you have possession of the ball, you get possession back."

Clattenburg added: "I will sit down with the board and the owners to explain what has happened. It is difficult to explain it."

Clattenburg suggested he had tried to speak to Tierney, saying. "I went to go into the dressing room but he would not let us in."

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Paul Tierney comments revealed amid Liverpool controversy in Nottingham Forest win

LiverpoolEcho.co.uk - 7 hours 13 min ago
Liverpool struck late at Nottingham Forest to secure all three points in this Premier League clash
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Paul Tierney comments revealed amid Liverpool controversy in Nottingham Forest win

icLiverpool.co.uk - 7 hours 13 min ago
Liverpool struck late at Nottingham Forest to secure all three points in this Premier League clash
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Sparta warm up for Liverpool visit with Prague derby stalemate

ThisIsAnfield.com - 8 hours 27 min ago

Liverpool return to European action this week, with Thursday’s opponents Sparta Prague taking on city-neighbours Slavia on Sunday night.

The Czech side went into Sunday’s Prague derby in top spot, four points ahead of their fierce rivals – and that’s the way it remained after a goalless draw between the two sides.

The most notable event was Sparta having wing-back Angelo Preciado sent off in the closing stages of the game.

The match arrived just five days after the two Prague sides had also met in a fiery contest in the Czech Cup – a game that saw Sparta run out 3-2 winners after extra time, again having a man sent off in the closing stages.

Brian Priske’s side are in solid form, winning their last four league games before Sunday’s derby. Their last defeat was in the Europa League last 16 first leg against Galatasaray.

They lost that game 3-2 in Istanbul but progressed after an incredible 4-1 home win in the second leg, scoring three times in the last 20 minutes, including a 96th-minute goal that put the tie to bed and progress 6-4 on aggregate.

Sparta’s dangerman and top scorer is Slovakian winger Lukas Haraslin, who has 14 goals in 28 appearances in all competitions this season.

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'I will never'- Liverpool star Trent Alexander-Arnold reveals true feelings on Gareth Southgate England snubs

LiverpoolEcho.co.uk - 8 hours 28 min ago
Liverpool defender Trent Alexander-Arnold, who is currently sidelined with an injury, has often been overlooked by Gareth Southgate for selection in the England squad
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'I will never'- Liverpool star Trent Alexander-Arnold reveals true feelings on Gareth Southgate England snubs

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Liverpool defender Trent Alexander-Arnold, who is currently sidelined with an injury, has often been overlooked by Gareth Southgate for selection in the England squad
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'Absolute robbery' - Furious Nottingham Forest video emerges in reaction to Liverpool winner

Liverpool.com - 8 hours 43 min ago

Nottingham Forest fans were incensed after Darwin Núñez's dramatic late winner for Liverpool at the City Ground. The Uruguayan striker stepped off the bench after his recent injury absence to head in Alexis Mac Allister's cross after a chaotic final few minutes.

Forest had threatened to score themselves and had a corner, which was cleared out to Callum Hudson-Odoi out wide. But referee Paul Tierney blew up and stopped play due to a head injury to Ibrahima Konaté after he collided with goalkeeper Caoimhín Kelleher.

Instead of giving possession back to the home side, Tierney dropped an uncontested ball to Liverpool goalkeeper Kelleher, much to the dismay of the Forest coaching staff and support.

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Liverpool then scored two minutes later through Núñez to spark jubilant scenes in the away end as Jürgen Klopp's side went four points clear at the top of the Premier League.

Video footage emerged on social media via The Anfield Wrap, showing a fan's reaction from the home end after the late goal. One supporter can be heard shouting: "That is a disgrace", before adding: "That is disgusting! That's beyond a disgrace... look at that. That is a disgrace. That is an absolute robbery and nothing less. That is absolutely disgusting."

Alan Shearer analyzed the goal on Match of the Day and declared it "totally wrong" before former referee Dermot Gallagher suggested Tierney did not apply the correct laws of the game.

“Kelleher hits Konate and then if you run it on, watch the referee," he told Premier League Productions. "If you stop the pictures now, this is when the referee is whistling. He whistled when Hudson-Odoi had the ball.

"Now, the law states, if he [Tierney] had stopped it when Konate got hit by Kelleher, the ball would have to be dropped in the penalty area and it would be dropped to Kelleher. Not a problem.

"But the ball has been cleared from the box, Paul Tierney hadn’t whistled and he should give the ball back to Hudson-Odoi, who would then have the ball uncontested. He didn’t do it, for whatever reason, Paul Tierney didn’t do that.

“All it is is an incorrect restart in law. The fact that Liverpool scored is a bit of a red herring myself because it was 1 minute 50 seconds [later], which is an entirety on the pitch. The ball comes forward, it goes back, goes forward and even goes out for a throw-in. It’s just an incorrect restart in law, for me, it doesn’t directly attribute to a goal.”

Liverpool.com says: It would appear that Forest do have a right to be aggrieved about the ball being returned to Kelleher. The defeat could ultimately cost Forest dear in its quest to stay in the Premier League this season. But there was two minutes between that incident and Núñez scoring and the home side had opportunities to clear its lines. The result will still sting though.

* An AI tool was used to add an extra layer to the editing process for this story. You can read the original story in the Liverpool ECHO by clicking here.

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Remarkable Liverpool statistic speaks volumes about WSL disruptors' impressive evolution

icLiverpool.co.uk - 8 hours 58 min ago
Liverpool Women beat Aston Villa 4-1 to move level on 25 points with Manchester United in the Women's Super League table - more points than they earned last season with seven games still to play
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Remarkable Liverpool statistic speaks volumes about WSL disruptors' impressive evolution

LiverpoolEcho.co.uk - 8 hours 58 min ago
Liverpool Women beat Aston Villa 4-1 to move level on 25 points with Manchester United in the Women's Super League table - more points than they earned last season with seven games still to play
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