An incredible result! Liverpool FC advanced to the semi-finals of the English League Cup through the P-Elf. Jurgen Klopp’s team, which competed with many young players without stars like Sadio Mane or Mo Salah, won after a big race of 8: 7 (1: 3, 3: 3) on Anfield Road on Wednesday evening. In penalties against Leicester City. Diego Jotta scored the decisive goal for the “Reds” against the FA Cup winner, who had more regular players around the globe than former Liverpool coach Brendan Rodgers. Shortly before, Liverpool’s substitute Guamhin Kellehar saved a penalty from Ryan Bertrand.
Over 90 minutes later, the fans at Liverpool saw the best match. Jamie Vardy (9th, 13th min) quickly highlighted the guests with a brace, while Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain faced James Madison (33rd) before the goal break. However, with star substitutes, Liverpool were better and better, while Leicester played early. Jotta (68th) and Takumi Minamino (90th + 5th) finally saved the “Reds” from penalties, which took place shortly after the end of regular time, much to the delight of Liverpool fans. Arsenal FC are now waiting in the semi-finals for LFC.
Chelsea can breathe a sigh of relief: Despite eight changes in the starting line-up compared to the 0-0 win over Wolverhampton Wanderers, the Blues, who are surrounded by German coach Thomas Dச்சssell, recently won at Brentford FC – but had to shudder for a long time. . It was only in the 80th minute, after a cross, that Pontus Johnson (80th) pushed the ball into his own goal and the ban on the Champions League winner came to an end. Five minutes later, Jorgenho scored from the penalty spot (85th) to make it 2-0 (0-0). Antonio Rudiger was the only German in the Chelsea squad, but he was not used. In the semi-finals, the Duchess team now faces Tottenham (see next post), which became a draw in the evening after the game.
Tottenham Hotspur beat West Ham United in the first half of the London Derby. In a 2: 1 (2: 1) victory over the surprise Premier League team (currently fifth in the table), goals from Steven Bergwiz (29th) and Lucas Maura (34th) were enough to win. Jorot Bowen (32nd) “Hammers” goal was not enough. The repression in the second half was especially high for West Ham professionals.