Liverpool approaches the Champions League and warns Madrid

Liverpool continues to recover sensations, this time with a defeat against Arsenal and an exhibition by Diogo Jota, who refined his aim with a double before the game against Real Madrid.


It came to prop up one of the best tridents in Europe in the last five years and now it is essential. Diogo Jota, the substitute, the least brilliant of a net forward dominated with an iron glove by Salah, Firmino and Mané, has become the ace up his sleeve for Jürgen Klopp to try to unbalance the tie against Real Madrid next Tuesday. Two of his goals, and one by Mohammed Salah, who has broken Thierry Henry's mark of 92 goals in his first 150 Premier matches, served to defeat an Arsenal that endured the downpour during the first hour of play, but which was seen impotent against a Liverpool that has a pulse again.

The worst version of the Gunners coincided, in fact, with the worst version of Odegaard in recent times. The Norwegian did not manage to prevail in the duel against Fabinho, who suffocated his entire game, and Arteta's men noticed it. Even so, until approximately game time, when Diogo Jota jumped onto the field, the Londoners held on, but the Portuguese entered and the game changed, as it only took 3 minutes to score the first goal.

Open the can, Arsenal, who cannot allow themselves to lose more points if they want to have some remote option of entering Europe through the Premier route, left spaces, and there Liverpool was lethal. Salah's band, previously injured by Tierney, was a sneak, and the Egyptian, who scored a good goal, also intervened in Jota's sentence on the verge of the end. With today's team, the former Wolves team has already scored 15 goals in 22 games with the Reds this season, some luxury numbers for a player who is a substitute and who has been essential for the team to get 2 points from fourth place. defending Chelsea.

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