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Revealed: LFC's top 10 Christmas gift ideas for men

Mon, 06/11/2017 - 11:30

If you're searching for the ideal Christmas gift for the Liverpool supporter in your life, our list of 10 great ideas for men may prove more than a little helpful.

From sought-after collectables to subscriptions, retro favourites to prized accessories, our exclusive range of perfect presents has something for everyone – and the wrapping too!

Take a look at them all by clicking here, and check out our selection of favourites by scrolling down...

Lux Gift Set

Including: hair and body wash, and body lotion; roll on anti-perspirant; face cloth with red Liverbird label; black washbag with diamond stitching and Liverbird patch, zip fastening and carry handle.

Olive Down Filled Puffa Jacket

This stylish and lightweight item features a funnel neck, silver Liverbird print on the chest, full front zip opening and side zip pockets.

Charcoal Double Zip Hoody

Follow the fashion of Roberto Firmino with this smart hoody, which is marked by a raised rubber YNWA print.

Silver Cufflink and Tie Slide Set

This brushed silver set, presented in a bespoke black box, includes cufflinks engraved with Liverbirds and a tie slide engraved with LFC.

Black Leather Wallet

Embossed with the Liverbird, this LFC wallet has three internal card holder pockets, coin pocket and large pocket.

Two Pint Stein

Toast your team's successes with this hearty vessel, featuring a red and white Liverbird badge.

Season 2017-18 Watch

A limited edition timepiece with brown leather strap, silver-white dial, engraved case and wooden presentation box.

12-Month LFCTV GO Subscription

Give the gift of complete LFC access - exclusive interviews, latest news, documentaries, highlights, live Academy football and much more.

Official Membership Full Pack 2017-18

Everything you could possibly need to follow the Reds during 2017-18, including ticket access, discounts, exclusive access to the Members Area and a commemorative book to celebrate the club's 125th anniversary.

Navy Onesie

Get comfortable this Christmas with LFC's very own onesie.

Want to see more? Click here to browse the full Christmas range for men now>>

Categories: LFC NEWS

In photos: Four-goal Ings fires U23s to huge win

Sun, 05/11/2017 - 19:23

A four-goal haul from Danny Ings helped Liverpool to a 7-0 defeat of Bristol City in the Premier League Cup on Sunday afternoon.

Striker Ings was in irrepressible form throughout at the Swansway Chester Stadium and completed his hat-trick within the first 21 minutes.

The England international added his fourth midway through the second half and also set up Yan Dhanda and Harry Wilson to score in an outstanding individual display. Conor Masterson netted the young Reds' other goal.

Read our full match report here and take a look at the story of the match in photos below...

Categories: LFC NEWS

Match report: Ings scores four in U23s rout

Sun, 05/11/2017 - 17:59

Danny Ings scored four and registered two assists to inspire Liverpool U23s to a 7-0 demolition of Bristol City in the Premier League Cup on Sunday.

Neil Critchley had warned that a change in fortune for Ings was imminent following a frustrating few weeks in front of goal for the striker - and the manager’s words rang true at the Swansway Chester Stadium.

By the 21st minute, the England international had netted three.

Ings opened the scoring in the first minute and added two more stylish finishes in quick succession to put Liverpool in complete command.

Yan Dhanda then benefitted from Ings’ subtlety around the area when he latched onto a neat pass from the striker and clipped a shot beyond City goalkeeper Max O’Leary to make it 4-0 before the break.

Ings showed his predatory instincts by nodding in the rebound after Jon Flanagan had seen his shot parried midway through the second period.

And late strikes from and Conor Masterson and Harry Wilson rounded off the scoring after City’s Aden Baldwin had been sent off.

The young Reds have now collected four points from their first two Premier League Cup matches, with their next game in the competition coming against Stoke City on December 3.

Barely 60 seconds had passed when Ings put Critchley’s team in front with a clinical effort from Matty Virtue’s clever reverse pass.

O’Leary reacted well to palm away Wilson’s snap-shot soon after, but there was nothing he could do to stop Ings from doubling Liverpool’s advantage in the 17th minute.

Cameron Brannagan fed an excellent ball forward, allowing Ings and Wilson to exchange passes before the former side-footed classily into the top corner.

Liverpool were rampant and Ings had his hat-trick four minutes later. Wilson saw an effort come back off the woodwork and the 25-year-old crashed a powerful drive high past O’Leary having loitered with intent on the edge of the area.

Only a smart save from O’Leary prevented Ings from registering again 60 seconds later when the England international directed a header back across goal.

A little past the half-hour mark, though, Liverpool had their fourth.

This time, Ings was the provider as he slipped a cute ball into Dhanda’s path and the teenager finished well.

Caoimhin Kelleher had been a virtual spectator throughout the first half, but his impressive double save from Rory Holden and Cameron Pring denied City a goal shortly before the break.

O’Leary was once again called into action to save Wilson’s free-kick midway through the second period, but Ings reacted quickest to head home after the 'keeper had parried Flanagan’s drive and an unmarked Masterson made it six soon after.

And there was still time for Ings and Wilson to combine once more, as the former set up the latter to score his ninth goal of another prolific season with two minutes remaining.

Liverpool: Kelleher, Flanagan, Jones (Masterson), Whelan, Juanma (Johnston), Brannagan, Virtue, Ejaria (Kane), Wilson, Dhanda, Ings.

Unused subs: Firth, Alves.

Categories: LFC NEWS

Chamberlain the hero as Ladies beat Durham in penalty shootout

Sun, 05/11/2017 - 17:50

Siobhan Chamberlain was the hero for Liverpool Ladies as she saved two spot-kicks during the penalty shootout victory over Durham FC Women in the Continental Cup on Sunday.

After the 90 minutes had failed to produce a goal at New Ferens Park, competition rules dictate that penalties gain the victors an extra point.

Alex Greenwood, Laura Coombs, Casey Stoney, Bethany England and Caroline Weir all netted successful kicks, while Chamberlain saved twice as Scott Rogers' charges won the shootout 5-4.

Liverpool Ladies certainly created some decent chances during the 90 minutes but couldn't find the finishing touch.

Captain Gemma Bonner was so unlucky to see her header hit the post and Alex Greenwood drilled an effort just wide.

Liverpool Ladies return to action next Saturday evening (November 11) when they host Birmingham City in the Women's Super League at the Select Security Stadium in Widnes, with kick-off set for 5.30pm GMT.

Categories: LFC NEWS

What's on: This week's LFC community events

Sun, 05/11/2017 - 13:00

Check out a schedule of local community events planned by the LFC Foundation and Red Neighbours teams in the coming week.

For more information on these activities and the work of the two organisations, follow @LFCFoundation and @Red_Neighbours on Twitter and visit foundation.liverpoolfc.com.

Monday November 6

Premier League Kicks sessions
Toxteth Firefit, 5pm-6pm (age 8-10) - football
Walton, 7pm-8pm (age 11-19)

Ability Counts session (Disability)
Anfield Sports and Community Centre, 6pm-7pm (age 8-12) and 7pm-8pm (age 13+)

Tuesday November 7

Premier League Kicks session
Toxteth Firefit Hub, 5.30pm-7.30pm (age 11-19)

Respect 4 All (Disability)
Anfield Sports and Community Centre, 6pm-7pm (age 8-16) and 7pm-8pm (age 17+)

Wednesday November 8

Premier League Kicks session
Anfield Sports and Community Centre, 5pm-6pm (age 7-12) and 5pm-6pm (age 8-13, girls only)
Wirral Hive, 6pm-8pm (age 8-12)

Respect 4 All (Disability)
Anfield Sports and Community Centre, 6pm-7pm (age 8+)                          

Thursday November 9

Premier League Kicks sessions
Liverpool Aquatics Centre, Wavertree, 5pm-6pm (age 8-13) and 6pm-7pm (age 14-17)
Gateacre, 6pm-7pm (age 11-17)

Respect 4 All (Disability)
Anfield Sports and Community Centre, 7pm-8pm (age 8+)

Military Veterans
Netherton Goals, 5pm-7.30pm

Friday November 10

Premier League Kicks sessions
Liverpool Aquatics Centre, Wavertree, 6pm-8pm (age 14-19)
Anfield Sports and Community Centre, 7pm-9pm (age 14-19)
Croxteth Sports Centre, 6pm-8pm (age 11-17)
Wirral Hive, time TBC (age 13-17)

Respect 4 All (Disability)
Anfield Sports and Community Centre, 6pm-7pm (age 8-16) and 7pm-8pm (age 17+)

Red Neighbours Walking Football
Anfield Sports and Community Centre, 11am-12pm

Red Neighbours Walking Football – over 50s
Anfield Sports and Community Centre, 11am-12pm

Saturday November 11

Respect 4 All (Disability)
Woodchurch, 10.30am-11.30am (SLD Child), 11.30am-12.30pm (Ability Counts), 12.30pm-1.30pm (SLD Adults)

Sunday November 12

Military Veterans Academy, 2pm-5pm

Categories: LFC NEWS

Stevie in awe of 'world-class' Sadio Mane

Sun, 05/11/2017 - 12:18

Sadio Mane's influential display at West Ham United drew a host of compliments from Steven Gerrard, who labelled the Liverpool forward's talents 'world-class'.

Not only did the No.19 return from a hamstring injury sooner than predicted, but Mane was so impressive in training this week that Jürgen Klopp felt compelled to start him at the London Stadium.

The manager’s faith was rewarded handsomely as the Senegal international created the opening goal for fellow attacker Mohamed Salah and provided a constant threat to the hosts before setting up the same teammate to cap off a 4-1 win.

Gerrard was thrilled by Mane’s exploits in the capital and argued the fine points of his performance were worthy of the highest praise.

“He’s awesome, he’s great to watch. I’m not saying it from a biased point of view,” the Reds legend and U18s manager commented.

“He’s the type of player you’d go and pay big money to go and watch every single week because he’s great on the eye. He’s so quick, he makes things happen.

“For someone so quick and the speed that he does it at, to have the touch and the finesse that he shows for the first goal – and also for the second assist – is world-class.”

Watch: West Ham 1-4 LFC - Extended highlights

Categories: LFC NEWS

Mignolet: To captain Liverpool was unbelievable

Sun, 05/11/2017 - 12:11

Simon Mignolet struggled to put into words how it felt to captain Liverpool in Saturday's Premier League game against West Ham United.

The goalkeeper was handed the armband at the London Stadium by Jürgen Klopp, with Jordan Henderson out due to a thigh injury and James Milner among the substitutes in the capital.

It was an opportunity Mignolet later admitted to having dreamed of since childhood – and even after the fixture had finished in a 4-1 victory for his team, the Belgian could not adequately summarise his emotions.

“[I found out] only an hour before the game when we arrived in the dressing room. I was a bit surprised,” he told Liverpoolfc.com.

“It’s a big honour. I can’t grasp it as of yet. It’s something I was dreaming about when I was a small kid: to be a captain of a Premier League team. To do that as a Liverpool player is unbelievable.

“It was a very proud moment and I’m speechless about it actually!”

LFCTV GO: Mignolet's full post-match reaction

Categories: LFC NEWS

12.55pm GMT: Watch U23s v Bristol City live on LFCTV GO

Sun, 05/11/2017 - 11:30

Liverpool U23s host Bristol City in the Premier League Cup at Chester FC on Sunday afternoon - and you can watch the game live on LFCTV GO with our coverage starting at 12.55pm GMT.

Neil Critchley's side drew 1-1 away to Charlton Athletic in their opening game in the group, while City recorded a 3-1 win over Stoke City.

Kick-off at Chester is at 1pm and we will bring you the whole match live with our single-camera coverage.

Watch the game live on LFCTV GO via the stream below from 12.55pm.

Categories: LFC NEWS

Now: Watch U23s v Bristol City live

Sun, 05/11/2017 - 03:54

Liverpool U23s host Bristol City in the Premier League Cup at Chester FC on Sunday afternoon - and you can watch the game live on LFCTV GO with our coverage starting at 12.55pm GMT.

Neil Critchley's side drew 1-1 away to Charlton Athletic in their opening game in the group, while City recorded a 3-1 win over Stoke City.

Kick-off at Chester is at 1pm GMT and we will bring you the whole match live with our single-camera coverage.

Watch the game live on LFCTV GO via the stream below from 12.55pm.

Liverpool team: Kelleher, Flanagan, Jones, Whelan, Juanma, Brannagan, Virtue, Ejaria, Wilson, Dhanda, Ings.

Subs: Firth, Johnston, Masterson, Kane, Alves.

Categories: LFC NEWS

Video: Another star turn from Salah in win over West Ham

Sun, 05/11/2017 - 03:00

Mohamed Salah's sensational run of form continued in London on Saturday – so why not enjoy the best of his display against West Ham United once more?

The Liverpool No.11 scored twice in the 4-1 win over Slaven Bilic’s side, taking his goal tally for the club to 12 since he completed his move to Merseyside in the summer.

And the strikes were just part of another influential performance by the Egyptian, with the finest moments available to watch in focus via LFCTV GO above.

Categories: LFC NEWS

West Ham 1-4 LFC: Watch action and reaction on LFCTV GO

Sun, 05/11/2017 - 03:00
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Premier League 4th November 2017

ALL THE ACTION

West Ham 1-4 Liverpool: Full Match

Watch the all 90 minutes as Liverpool take on West Ham in the Premier League at the City of London Stadium.

4th Nov 2017

104:32 mins

West Ham 1-4 Liverpool: Highlights

Watch extended highlights of the Reds' Premier League game against West Ham at the City of London Stadium.

4th Nov 2017

10:34 mins

In Focus: Mo is the main man, again!

Take a closer look at Mo Salah's brilliant performance against West Ham at the City of London stadium.

4th Nov 2017

3:07 mins

West Ham 1-4 Liverpool: 90 Seconds

Watch quick-fire highlights of the Reds' Premier League game against West Ham at the City of London Stadium.

4th Nov 2017

1:30 mins

West Ham 1-4 Liverpool: Aldo and McAteer's analysis

Jason McAteer and John Aldridge join Claire Rourke to reflect on the Reds 4-1 win against West Ham.

4th Nov 2017

3:21 mins

FREE

A superb Mo Salah strike makes it four!

Mohammed Salah nets his second of the game and Liverpool’s fourth after more brilliant work by Sadio Mane.

4th Nov 2017

1:22 mins

Oxlade-Chamberlain restores Liverpool's two goal lead

Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain finishes at the second attempt but the goal owes so much to the brilliant work of Roberto Firmino.

4th Nov 2017

1:14 mins

Lanzini reduces the deficit with a neat finish

Manuel Lanzini controls André Ayew’s cross before tucking the ball past Simon Mignolet.

4th Nov 2017

1:13 mins

Matip pokes home to double Liverpool's advantage

A fine Joe Hart save prevents Mark Noble from inadvertently turning the ball into his own but the goalkeeper can do nothing about Joel Matip's close-range follow-up.

4th Nov 2017

1:02 mins

Mo Salah's cool finish puts the Reds ahead

Sadio Mane breaks from a West Ham corner to set up Mo Salah who obliges with a cool finish.

4th Nov 2017

1:20 mins

Preview Show: What to expect at West Ham

Dom Matteo joins Mark Benstead to look ahead to the Reds' trip to face the Hammers at the London Stadium

3rd Nov 2017

48:00 mins

INTERVIEWS & ANALYSIS

Jürgen Klopp's post-West Ham press conference

Jürgen Klopp on West Ham win, Mane 'the machine' and Gini’s new boots.

4th Nov 2017

6:25 mins

Klopp on tactical switch and Salah's incredible contribution so far.

Jürgen Klopp speaks to LFCTV after watching his side smash the Hammers at the City of London Stadium.

4th Nov 2017

3:37 mins

Mignolet hails clinical forwards and his pride at captaining the Reds

Simon Mignolet speaks to LFCTV after Liverpool's 4-1 win against West Ham.

4th Nov 2017

3:20 mins

Ox on Mane, Salah and pushing for a regular starting spot

Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain speaks to LFCTV after the Reds impressive win in the capital against West Ham.

4th Nov 2017

4:04 mins

Klopp's West Ham press conference in full

Watch in full as the boss speaks to the media ahead of the visit to the London Stadium to take on the Hammers

3rd Nov 2017

11:55 mins

FREE

Klopp updates availability of Mane, Coutinho, Lovren and Lallana

Jürgen Klopp updates the injury situation at LFC

3rd Nov 2017

1:55 mins

FREE

Mignolet: It will be a different challenge at West Ham

Simon Mignolet looks ahead to the weekend's trip to face West Ham at the London Stadium

3rd Nov 2017

1:46 mins

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Categories: LFC NEWS

Ox: That first goal showed what the manager wants

Sun, 05/11/2017 - 00:12

Liverpool's ruthless opening goal at West Ham United was the perfect example of Jürgen Klopp's methods, explained Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain.

The away side broke the deadlock at London Stadium with a scintillating counter-attack from a corner to the opposition, Sadio Mane and Mohamed Salah needing just 13 seconds to carry the ball the length of the pitch and score.

“We probably could have done it in 10 with Sadio and Mo running!” Oxlade-Chamberlain told Liverpoolfc.com.

“That’s the way the manager wants to play, it’s playing into the strengths of our players. That was a great example of how to do it.

“There were a few more opportunities, especially in the second half, where we could have scored from a few more counters. Unfortunately some of them didn’t go in but we got the job done and that was the most important thing.”

Joel Matip doubled Liverpool’s lead in the capital just moments after Salah’s strike and it was Oxlade-Chamberlain who produced a similarly timely follow-up when Manuel Lanzini briefly brought the Hammers back within a goal.

Salah later sealed the 4-1 success with his 12th strike since signing for the Reds in the summer – a tally that can be sourced to the Egyptian’s determination to develop.

“For someone to have to that goal return so quickly, settling into a new team as well, is an amazing achievement,” said Oxlade-Chamberlain.

“But if you speak to Mo, he’s not carried away, he doesn’t get too excited and he wants to keep doing it. It is credit to him, that’s the kind of guy he is – he wants to always achieve more.

“We need that in the team. So hopefully he can keep doing what he’s been doing and adding the goals.

“But it’s important that all of us around him support with goals as well because there might be a time when he has a few games where he doesn’t score, and we’ve all got to be able to chip in. Mo has been on fire and I hope he can continue that way.”

Oxlade-Chamberlain’s words were preceded by his actions, of course, as the No.21 forced the ball beyond Joe Hart at the second attempt less than a minute after Lanzini’s effort for the hosts.

That frenetic passage of play aside, Klopp’s team enjoyed control of the encounter for the majority and the midfielder was satisfied with the balance of the performance.

“We had a game plan and we stuck to it all game,” the England international continued.

“We wanted to be dangerous on the break and the first goal showed how deadly we can be – from defending a corner to scoring as quickly as we did. That was exactly what we wanted to do today.

“Then it was key for us to make sure we defended well; West Ham came out in the second half and made it tough, it was a really intense game.

“In the second half, we showed time and time again what a threat we are on the break. We created a lot of opportunities. Four goals and we probably could have had some more. It was a really good win all round.”

Oxlade-Chamberlain also hailed the contribution of Mane, who only returned to full training this week but influenced the match significantly throughout.

He said of the Senegalese forward: “For someone to come back from an injury, not train too long and put in a performance like that – when I’m sure he’s not even at his best, not at full match fitness – you can’t really tell.

“He was sharp as ever and got two assists. He was a real threat all day, running and driving with the ball, getting free-kicks.

“He has definitely been a miss and it’s great to see him back. I’m sure in the next few games he can keep improving and being as deadly as he has been.”

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Jürgen Klopp on West Ham win, Mane 'the machine' and Gini's new boots

Sat, 04/11/2017 - 23:52

Jürgen Klopp explained how Liverpool deployed a change in system to help them to a 4-1 victory over West Ham United at the London Stadium on Saturday night.

Starting with a 4-4-2 formation, a quick-fire double from Mohamed Salah and Joel Matip put the Reds into a two-goal lead after 24 minutes, but Manuel Lanzini gave the Hammers hope just after half-time when he reduced the arrears.

Nevertheless, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain bagged his first Premier League goal for Liverpool just 55 seconds later and Salah wrapped up a good evening’s work by driving in a fourth.

Sadio Mane was something of a surprise inclusion in the starting XI ahead of kick-off, while the Reds lost the services of Jordan Henderson to injury. The skipper’s absence meant Georginio Wijnaldum was forced to find a pair of boots this morning after originally being ruled out with an ankle issue.

Read on for what Klopp had to say about all of this and more in a summary of his post-match press conference in London.

On his thoughts on the result and performance…

Don’t forget Roberto Firmino on a day like this. He didn’t score and he was really angry he didn’t. I said to him, ‘What a performance!’ and he said, ‘But I want to score!’. It was very important to have these players. You can have the best match plan in the world but if the players are not good enough for it then it doesn’t help. Players decide the games on the pitch, especially the good games.

We had a few very difficult things to decide since yesterday. Bringing Sadio Mane in from the beginning after his injury, after one session and then yesterday the second session with the team, I never did it before, to be honest. Obviously it was not the worst idea I’ve ever had! We changed the system and yesterday was the first time we did it, 4-4-2, which looked maybe from the beginning like a very offensive line-up, we had a different idea - we wanted to defend deeper, more compact and using the space which we had for the counter-attacks. We will never know how it would have been if we don’t score the first one, I think it was kind of an open game up until then. We had to get used to it a little bit, it was difficult for the boys to wait a little bit more for the challenge than jump always.

We scored the first one, fantastic counter-attack. We scored the second one, our second set-piece goal in one week. I don’t think I have had that since I’ve been at Liverpool, so that’s really special. I did have two set-piece goals in one week or more, but on the other side! Then, 2-1 after they made a change. Andy Carroll is a threat. Each high ball he is really working hard for it. He is not the only threat, though, and we had the smallest in the box score [Lanzini] but everyone is looking at him [Carroll], so we were a step too late in the other challenge. That was our mistake, but we responded again - outstandingly good. It was a fantastic situation from Roberto Firmino; you thought, ‘What will he do will this ball?’ but he thought ‘Let’s run in this direction and pass the ball to Ox’. Ox had two tries and used the chance. Then the fourth one, again brilliant play of Sadio Mane and Mo Salah what a finish.

That’s the story of the game and so far, unfortunately for us, games have not been like this often enough. But for today and this week, it is a fantastic week. Two weeks ago I was not far away from here [at Wembley] and I felt quite different, but now we have responded on that really well. We knew after that game at Tottenham we were bad - Tottenham were obviously good, but we were the main reason for this result so we wanted to strike back and the boys did with really, really nice results.

On when he decided to start Sadio Mane…

I actually decided after one session, but he had another one yesterday. Sadio is a naturally fit player, he is a little machine. When we trained after the Maribor game on Thursday, [he] was a little bit stiff in the beginning but then you can see he starts enjoying the intensity. That’s why we decided we should try it. I asked him because I could not see how he felt after that session. I said in the press conference yesterday he is ready for 25 minutes, but obviously he was ready for 25 minutes plus. That’s good for us.

On losing Jordan Henderson to injury before the game, but gaining Georginio Wijnaldum…

The day didn’t start well. We did all the tactical things yesterday with the new system and with Jordan on the No.6. He told me he could play but unfortunately the medical department thought a little bit different. After a week like this, it is normal the players feel a little bit with their muscles. I had to make this decision and he was not in the squad. If he cannot start then you cannot bring him in and then after 10 minutes we have to make another change. Maybe he could have [played], I am not sure. It was not the best news I got today but it was even more funny because Gini Wijnaldum tried yesterday and after training we said no chance. Then overnight he improved. We took him with us, but only to be closer to the doctor. He had no boots. This morning he had improved a lot so we could try, we only had to organise boots. I’m not sure where we got them from!

On whether his team resolved to provide a response to post-Tottenham criticism...

I don’t listen to what the media says because it makes no sense. If we are bad, I know it before you can write it. It was not a good response on the [first] Maribor game. It’s not that we would compare Maribor and Tottenham, it’s just that we had a 7-0 during the week and Tottenham had an intense game against Madrid but we came [to London] and we were not spot-on. It should not happen, it didn’t happen very often with my teams, but it is my responsibility that they are spot-on. For five or 10 minutes [after games], I need to be allowed to be really angry. I was, I was still angry the next morning, so we spoke about the game.

That’s how it is, not to blame single players like you do but to blame the team, [as] is right. It was not the centre-half who made the mistakes, if the centre-half who made a header challenge, the whole team didn’t protect that situation. And we have to change that. It was one of the things we did a lot since then. I thought we knew it already but we obviously forgot it and we had to [learn] it again. That was one of the reasons why we changed systems today. It looked like a very offensive line-up but it was a very defensive line-up. We had two No.6s, clear No.6s, two real midfielders on the wing in Sadio and Ox, and Roberto and Mo had to really defend. That helps the last line and that’s what we did and, for today, it worked.

On the fit-again Mane heading off on international duty...

I am always worried, to be honest. It is the most difficult time for me. [Injuries] can happen every day; it can happen in our training, in their training, it can happen in a game, but that’s how it is. I have no problems with international games, I’m really happy for Senegal that they could go to the World Cup and they need Sadio Mane for this, I understand, he is fit to play. The only thing I would ask is if they can make it in the first game then it would be cool if he could come back and could make the preparations for our game against Southampton. I cannot decide things like this, I don’t even try, but we are in contact. First, he goes there and he recovers and has a long flight, then he will play the game, good news for Senegal. He needs real recovery - if you know the coach of Senegal, tell him - after this game today and then he will be ready for South Africa.

On a return to positive goal difference...

I didn’t mention it in the meeting but I like to have it. When you win 4-1 at West Ham, could I go in the dressing room now and shout at them for conceding a goal? Fortunately I am not like this. We have now plus four, if you had told me that before the game I would have taken it 100 per cent. However, 7-3 or 7-4, I don’t care - plus four is good.

On whether Mohamed Salah's impact has surprised him...

No, we watched him so often, saw him so often. The scouting department was really behind me and wanted to do it even earlier so that nobody else could jump in. We had a lot of different options but he was the decision of all of us. When you find a situation where everybody who is doing the job agrees about a player then you can be sure it will work. Yes, it is really nice to have him in the team. He is a real goal threat. He’s an offensive midfield player who is more a striker, that’s true, and he needed to adapt a little bit to the different style. He played very often as a second striker at Roma with [Edin] Dzeko. Today he had the position, obviously he likes it. We will see what we make of it. Now they all go away and we hope they all come back healthy, that’s the most important thing. Adam Lallana will be back, Phil Coutinho, Sadio, Hendo of course. That helps us a lot, we have a lot of games, the most busy time is coming now.

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Mo Salah: Confidence is the key to my form

Sat, 04/11/2017 - 22:53

Mohamed Salah credits his confident approach to a new start at Liverpool as the key to a stunning run of personal form since arriving in the summer.

The Egyptian was on target twice as Jürgen Klopp’s side claimed a 4-1 Premier League victory at West Ham United on Saturday evening, taking his goal tally to 12 for the club.

It has been a dream beginning to his Reds career and, as well as the support of his teammates, Salah highlighted his self-belief as crucial to hitting the ground running.

“I had confidence from the beginning. I was happy to come here,” the No.11 explained to BT Sport after the final whistle at London Stadium.

“I had two great seasons in Rome so I had confidence to come to England again. That was the plan. I have to carry on and keep looking forward to the next games.”

After Salah put Liverpool ahead at the end of a blistering counter-attack alongside the returning Sadio Mane, centre-back Joel Matip doubled the lead from a corner.

Manuel Lanzini halved the deficit briefly in the second period but Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain instantly struck back and Salah sealed three points with an outstanding low drive.

“We started the game very well and scored at the beginning. That helped us. It’s a good result in the end and we have to carry on and keep looking forward,” he added.

“We have great players up front and we have a great team. Everyone wants to give everything and I’m happy that everyone is doing well. I’m happy for the team to get the result.”

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In pictures: Reds hit four to take three points from Hammers

Sat, 04/11/2017 - 22:29

Liverpool claimed their third win in a week with a 4-1 victory over West Ham United in the Premier League.

A lightning-fast counter-attack provided the lead, with Sadio Mane ultimately teeing up Mohamed Salah for his 11th goal of the season.

And Jürgen Klopp's side struck again moments later as Joel Matip took full advantage of space from a corner to convert a loose ball.

Manuel Lanzini threatened to start a comeback in the second half but Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain restored the cushion within a minute, and Salah's clinical second made certain of three points.

Here is the story of the game in photographs...

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Report: Salah double helps Reds to victory at West Ham

Sat, 04/11/2017 - 22:23

Liverpool recorded a third successive victory as they beat West Ham United 4-1 at the London Stadium on Saturday evening.

Mohamed Salah put the Reds in front when he finished a devastating counter-attack by slotting home the returning Sadio Mane’s pass.

Joel Matip grabbed a second moments after, reacting quickly to steer in Joe Hart’s save from Mark Noble’s miscue towards his own goal.

Manuel Lanzini pulled one back for the Hammers early in the second half, but Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain netted a third for Liverpool 55 seconds later.

Salah wrapped up a fine night’s work for Jürgen Klopp’s team when he cracked a half-volley into the net from Mane’s pass, taking his tally to 12 for the season so far and sealing the three points in the capital.

The key points…

  • Salah and Matip give Liverpool two-goal lead inside 24 minutes
  • Lanzini reduces arrears before Oxlade-Chamberlain grabs first league goal for Reds
  • Salah on target again on 75 minutes
  • Klopp’s side sixth in the Premier League standings

The team news…

Mane was a somewhat surprise inclusion in Liverpool’s starting line-up by Klopp, with the Senegal forward making his first appearance since October 1 following a hamstring injury, having resumed full training on Thursday.

He was one of three changes as Simon Mignolet and Joe Gomez also returned, while Gini Wijnaldum recovered from an ankle knock to retain his place in the XI.

Jordan Henderson missed out with a thigh injury, so Mignolet took the captain’s armband.

The first half…

Liverpool could have opened the scoring inside the first 90 seconds at the London Stadium when Roberto Firmino chested down Salah’s free-kick at the back post, but his attempt to prod it beneath Hart was foiled by the legs of the goalkeeper.

However, West Ham also carved open a fine opportunity to take the lead on nine minutes when Andre Ayew escaped into space inside the Reds’ area and hoisted a bouncing ball from Lanzini over the onrushing Mignolet. Thankfully for the visitors, it struck the outside of the post and went behind.

But overall, the opening exchanges were a fairly low-key affair in the capital, until Liverpool made the breakthrough on 21 minutes.

The visitors cleared a corner outside of the area, where Salah stole ahead of Edimilson Fernandes to stab the ball to Mane. The duo broke forward at speed with only Aaron Cresswell covering for the Hammers.

Eventually, Mane released it back to Salah inside the area, who slipped it under Hart.

And Klopp’s side registered a second just three minutes later – though this time, it came via a somewhat more unlikely source.

Mane’s corner from the left was inadvertently sliced towards his own goal by Noble. Hart reacted to keep it out, but only pushed the ball to Matip who swept in his second goal from club from a matter of inches out.

2-0 was the way it remained heading into the break, with Liverpool in firm control.

The second half…

West Ham introduced former Liverpool striker Andy Carroll into the action during the interval, but it was the visitors who fashioned the first chance when Mane struck wide from Salah’s cutback on the edge of the area.

However, the home team got themselves back into the contest 10 minutes after the restart when Lanzini held off Joe Gomez inside the area to pull down Ayew’s ball into the box at the back post and nudge beyond Mignolet.

Their joy was short-lived, though, as Liverpool mustered an instant riposte to restore their two-goal cushion.

Firmino sumptuously controlled and turned in an instant from Alberto Moreno’s ball forward. He moved towards goal before sliding in Oxalde-Chamberlain, whose initial effort was saved by Hart before he slammed in the rebound. There were just 55 seconds between the goals.

Chicharito then headed over from close range for West Ham, while Firmino struck wide when one-on-one with Hart at the other end.

But with 15 minutes remaining, Liverpool did extend their advantage and it owed much to the persistence of Mane, who drove at the opposition defence from deep and recovered from a wayward challenge to spread the ball to Salah inside the area.

The Egyptian took a touch to control and drilled a crisp half-volley across goal and into the far corner beyond the reach of Hart.

Salah, Milner and Firmino all went close to bagging a fifth for the visitors, who head into the international break on the back of a trio of victories.

The stats…

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Speed kings Salah and Mane break Hart

Sat, 04/11/2017 - 22:10

Within two minutes of the first whistle, Joe Hart was scrambling to foil Liverpool’s attacking might and by the 24th, he had dropped to his knees - fist clenched, eyes closed as he let out an agonising scream.

When Neil Swarbrick signalled the end of the encounter, the England goalkeeper’s face had an overlay of relief. And understandably so too.

West Ham’s rearguard did little to assist him in combating two of the Premier League’s explosive difference-makers in Mohamed Salah and Sadio Mane, who were wonderfully supported by Roberto Firmino and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain.

If the Senegal international was one of the signings of last summer, the Egyptian is certainly speeding away with that status this year.

He has already had a hand in 15 goals in all competitions this season with 12 successful strikes and three assists - more than any of his teammates.

Salah and Mane do not just come alive in the final third, they are always active, always an option, always looking to harass those in possession and humiliate those tasked with keeping their trickery in check.

They are tireless, and together they are dynamite, which West Ham discovered to their detriment. As Liverpool look to steer towards their ambitions after a stuttering two months, the African duo will be the navigators-in-chief.

Mane, returning after a five-game absence due to a hamstring injury sustained on international duty, assisted Salah for Liverpool’s first and fourth goal.

The opener displayed the majesty of their counter-attacking talent. Manuel Lanzini whipped in a corner for West Ham, and in 13 seconds, Liverpool were at the opposite end of the pitch and 1-0 up.

The delivery was headed away and found Salah, who knocked it past Edimilson Fernandes to Mane. He swiftly carried the ball forward with the ‘King of Egypt’ and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain motoring forward in support. Mane lured Aaron Cresswell in and played a ball at the perfect time and with the perfect weight to Salah, who finished calmly past Hart.

Before West Ham could recover from that blow, another set-piece caused them more concern. Mark Noble misdirected a near-post corner from Liverpool towards his own goal, and despite the keeper making the initial save, Joel Matip was waiting to tap in.

The hosts at London Stadium were too passive without the ball, positively panicky on it and were desperate for the interval.

The introduction of Andy Carroll in the second period offered the Hammers the opportunity to go more direct and get more aggressive. The fear they displayed in the opening 45 dissipated and the boos from the crowd were transformed into encouragement, especially after Lanzini’s stellar goal on 55 minutes.

Andre Ayew pinged a hopeful ball to the far post and the Argentine backed away from Joe Gomez, controlled on his chest and superbly lifted his effort over Simon Mignolet.

Just 55 seconds later, Oxlade-Chamberlain netted his first league goal for Liverpool after Firmino’s brilliance and it was then the Mane and Salah show again to wrap up the result.

The former danced in possession, persisted when he was fouled and had the time to send an intelligent chipped ball across to his fellow speedster. Salah was then allowed to take the ball down and rocket in an excellent low shot into the far corner.

Hart won’t be the only goalkeeper to be left on his knees in the league by the duo this season.

Source: Goal.com

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Salah inspires Liverpool to West Ham win

Sat, 04/11/2017 - 22:05

Mohamed Salah scored twice as Liverpool won comfortably at West Ham to increase the pressure on Hammers boss Slaven Bilic.

Salah put his side ahead in the first half, firing beyond keeper Joe Hart after the Hammers were caught out by a quick counter-attack.

The Reds doubled their lead soon after when Joel Matip slotted home from a corner.

Manuel Lanzini's deft finish briefly gave the hosts hope but Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain's first Premier League goal for Liverpool restored their two-goal advantage before Salah's powerful finish sealed the win.

Liverpool's fifth Premier League win of the season keeps Jurgen Klopp's side sixth in the table, while West Ham are 17th and just one point above the relegation zone.

West Ham's points total of nine after 11 games matches their total over the same period in 2010-11 when they were relegated from the top flight.

An inconsistent start to the season had threatened to end Liverpool's title challenge before it had even started.

The Reds won just three of their opening nine games and a thumping 4-1 defeat at Tottenham on 22 October left them down in ninth, 12 points behind leaders Manchester City.

Liverpool's attacking play has been outstanding at times this season but during those early games they lacked the clinical touch in the final third to round it off.

However, successive 3-0 wins against Huddersfield in the Premier League and then Maribor in the Champions League in recent weeks suggested that had perhaps been found.

With Manchester City hosting Arsenal and Chelsea entertaining Manchester United on Sunday, the trip to West Ham offered Liverpool an excellent chance to gain ground on their title rivals before their games.

It was a chance Liverpool grasped with both hands.

Against a side who had set up to try to stifle Liverpool's attacking qualities, the visitors made the most of their few opportunities - something they failed to do earlier in the season - as two of their three shots on goal in the first half resulted in goals.

Mane, back in the side for the first time since the start of October after recovering from injury, highlighted why he is such an integral player for the Reds as his pace allowed Liverpool to break quickly from a West Ham corner.

The Senegal forward took the ball from the edge of his own area to the edge of the West Ham box before setting up Salah for a simple finish.

That was Salah's fifth goal in as many games for the Reds and the winger is proving to be worth every penny of the £34m Liverpool paid Roma for his services in the summer.

The Egypt international's second of the game, a neat drive across Joe Hart into the far corner, means he has now had a hand in 15 goals in all competitions this season (12 goals, three assists), more than any other Liverpool player.

The win marked the first time since August that Liverpool had recorded back-to-back wins and maintaining that sort of consistency will be crucial to their title hopes.

Man of the match - Mohamed Salah

Source: BBC

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West Ham 1-4 Liverpool

Sat, 04/11/2017 - 22:00

Slaven Bilic was left clinging to his job after yet another defeat to leave West Ham fighting relegation.

Two goals from Mo Salah, another from Joel Matip and a first Premier League strike for Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain extended the Irons winless streak to four games.

The demolition means West Ham’s nine-point haul matches their tally after 11 games from 2010-11 when they were relegated.

Salah opened the scoring after 21 minutes after a lightning-quick counter-attack from a West Ham corner.

Matip added the second three minutes later, prodding the ball home after the Hammers failed to clear a corner.

Manuel Lanzini gave West Ham hope of a revival when he netted from close range ten minutes after half time. But Liverpool re-established their two-goal advantage with 55 SECONDS through Oxlade-Chamberlain.

Salah lashed in his second with 15minutes left to complete Liverpool’s first back to back league wins since August.

Source: Daily Mirror

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