Highlights : Liverpool 2 – 0 FC Porto (Champions League QF 1st Leg)

Liverpool FC 2 – 0 FC Porto United Football Highlights

(UEFA Champions League – QF First Leg) 
Venue : Anfield Stadium 
Key Moments Recap :
Goal : 26′ Roberto Firmino 2 – 0
Henderson spots the full-back darting in behind and the pass is perfect. The run is perfect. He gets his head up and rolls another perfect pass across the face of goal. Firmino stays onside before finishing off the move with Casillas out of the picture.

Goal : 5′ Naby Keita 1 – 0
Liverpool are ruthless! They’ve hardly had the ball but get the all-important opener. Milner sets off the attack with a swinging ball out to Mane. He drives on and Firmino finds Keita – who looks full of confidence after his goal at Southampton. From 15 yards he strikes an effort which takes a deflection off Militao and flies into the top corner.


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Goals (2 – 0) And Cards
⚽5′ Naby Keita 1 – 0
🌕17′ Tiquinho
⚽26′ Roberto Firmino 2 – 0

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Player Ratings (Starting Lineup)

Liverpool FC       Alisson (7), Alexander-Arnold (6), Lovren (6), Van Dijk (8), Milner (6), Fabinho (8), Henderson (7), Keita (8), Firmino (8), Salah (7), Mane (6)
Subs: Origi (6), Sturridge (N/A)
Fc Porto 
Porto: Casillas (6), Maxi (6), Felipe (6), Militão (6), Alex Telles (6), Corona (7), Danilo (6), Óliver (6), Otávio (7), Marega (7), Soares (6)
Subs: Brahimi (6), Costa (6)

Man Of The Match : Roberto Firmino 


  • Liverpool extended their unbeaten home run across all European competitions to 21 games (W15 D6); the Reds have kept 12 clean sheets in this run, conceding just 15 goals.
  • Porto have never won away at an English club in 20 attempts in all European competitions (D3 L17), the most a club has played away at English opposition without ever earning a win.
  • This was Klopp’s 400th win as a manager in all club competitions, 111 of which have been with Liverpool (180 with Borussia Dortmund, 109 with 1. FSV Mainz 05).
  • Since his Champions League debut in September 2017, Liverpool’s Alisson has kept more clean sheets (9) than any other goalkeeper in the competition; all nine have come in home matches (5 at the Olimpico with Roma, 4 at Anfield with Liverpool

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