The match of the 36th round of the English Premier League between Leicester City and Liverpool FC took place at the King Power Stadium in Leicester yesterday. The meeting was served by a team of referees led by Craig Pawson. The match ended in a crushing 3-0 victory for The Reds.
In the first half, the Merseysiders scored twice in four minutes with the efforts of their midfielder Curtis Jones.
First, he scored in the 33rd minute, and later – in the 36th.
In the 71st minute, Reds defender Trent Alexander-Arnold put an end to the match – 3:0 in favour of Liverpool.
It is noteworthy that Mo Salah assisted in all three goals, on his account of three assists to Jones (twice) and Alexander-Arnold.
Jurgen Klopp’s wards continue to occupy fifth place in the standings of the English Premier League for the 2022/2023 season. We are still in the hunt for a Champions League place after having put together a string of seven wins in a row.
The team has scored 65 points after 36 matches. The difference behind the Champions League zone is only one point. However, the Merseysiders played a match more than Newcastle and Manchester United.
Leicester are in 19th position, with 30 points after 36 games and looks likely to be relegated at the end of the season.
Liverpool dominated the match yesterday creating 16 goal attempts to Leicester’s 4. Liverpool possessed the ball more than twice as much as Leicester (67 to 33%) and produced some 2.20isg xG to Leicester’s 0.60ish.