Liverpool made it “harder than it should have been” but fans welcome the extra 3 points! – Liverpool FC

A penalty that decides Liverpool’s clash with Aston Villa in a day in which the Reds vacated much on the pitch to end up tense, but three points is all that matters.

Liverpool 1-0 Aston Villa

Premier League (16), Anfield
December 11, 2021

Goal: Salah (pen) 67 yen

It was a surreal day today as Steven Gerrard dominated the opposition defense but the front lines were clear from the start.

Liverpool dominated possession but failed to show it on the scoreboard in the first half and it took 67 minutes for Tyrone Mings to make a careless foul to open the scoring.

Mohamed Salah was fouled and the number 11 successfully converted from the penalty spot in what would prove to be the Reds’ only goal of the game, despite plenty of opportunities to score.

However, three points and a clean sheet helped Klopp’s men have a seventh consecutive victory to only be one point behind the leader. City man.

And the opening match made Liverpool fans praise the performance relentlessly on social networks, because although it was more difficult than it should be, the victory was what was important.

And the referee received the mention, but not for good reason:

Like at Wolf, Liverpool had a hard time getting the ball into the net, but ‘s reliable boot Mohamed Salah was enough to claim his 12th win of the season.

Strong and relentless are the words and even Klopp’s full-time fist pumps are subdued, there’s plenty of battle ahead and the Reds to come. Liverpool made it “harder than it should have been” but fans welcome the extra 3 points! – Liverpool FC

Jake Nichol

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