Liverpool has confirmed that he has been very good at the bet365 Stadium over the last few years, and he has earned points for the fourth time. Stoke City has failed mainly in the offensive, and for the first time since the September match with Chelsea did not score a single goal. Sadie Mané was the one who took the lead, and Mohamed Salah scored twice.
It was obvious that the players had a good line of play for the second time. After a very lukewarm start, he almost got his first serious chance. Solanki, the only typical tip Reds in the disposition of 4-2-3-1, poked the ball in the penalty area on Maného, he had to quickly decide how to end, and made it exceedingly. With a gentle curve, he crossed goalkeeper Grant.
Liverpool was otherwise a slightly better team. The home defending against the well-organized defense of their opponents for a very long time could not have enforced, perhaps only Shaqiri with his left hand threatened the goal of Mignolet. But there was certainly more Grant on hand. In the 28th minute he was eliminated by the Oxlada-Chamberlain attempt and then by Solanke.
In 43 minutes wards coach Jürgen Klopp to increase their lead on the shooting list could re-enroll Mané, in a good position, however, only hit the post. In the second act, the Potters did little to improve. But even so, Liverpool defended a tight lead without much trouble. Even though he did not even make an attack in the attack, he did not even need it.
48 minutes into the match, the weather was pretty good. The ball was worked out at sixteen by Allen, who fired the ball right away, but Lovren was stubborn, but the gentle flow of his attempt went back to mystery. In the 69th minute it was again Allen, who could have stood behind Stoke, but only in a tumbling position near the penalty mark just overpowered.
Conclusion of this encounter was LFC, which secured with two precise interventions of his victory. Mané had an excellent opportunity after 77 minutes, shooting after receiving a pass from the right hand side, but he missed the goal by miles! At 83 minutes, the Egyptian rejoiced again, punishing the hustle of Becker Pieters, who literally grew him to score.