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Summary for the month of February for Liverpool FC

 Liverpool boss, Jurgen Klopp won first domestic cup since joining Liverpool back in 2015, With this team he had reached the final on the following year where he lost to Manchester city and was denied of this success. Liverpool FC had a very fabulous February month where they won the first league of Champions league of quarter final at San Siro the only english team to win both Milan teams at their home ground. Liverpool are chasing the league leaders Manchester city in premier league of this season where the gap is of 6 points Liverpool having one game in hand.


Mach Results of February, 2022

Sunday 27th February (Carabao Cup Final- Wembley)

Chelsea 0 0 Liverpool

(Liverpool win 11-10 on penalties.)

Wednesday 23rd February (Premier League)

Liverpool 6 0 Leeds United

Saturday 19th February (Premier League)

Liverpool 3 1 Norwich City

Wednesday 16th February (UEFA Champions League)

Inter Milan 0 2 Liverpool FT

Sunday 13th February (Premier League)

Burnley 0 1 Liverpool

Thursday 10th February (Premier League )

Liverpool 2 0 Leicester City

Sunday 6th February (The FA Cup)

Liverpool 3 1 Cardiff City

Liverpool 3-1 Cardiff: Elliott scores 1st goal to send Reds to FA Cup last 16!

FA Cup Fourth Round, Anfield

February 6, 2022


Diogo Jota 53′ (assist: Alexander-Arnold)

Takumi Minamino 68′ (assist: Diaz)

Harvey Elliott 76′ (assist: Robertson)

Colwill 80′

Harvey Elliott scored his first goal for Liverpool on his long-awaited return to action as Liverpool progressed to the fifth round of the FA Cup with a 3-1 win over Cardiff.

Highlights of the game

Jota nets 15th goal of the season

Elliott scores first LFC goal after 147 days out of action

Luis Diaz notched an assist on debut

Reds through to FA Cup fifth round for only second time under Klopp

TIA Man of the Match: Diogo Jota

Referee: Andrew Madley


Liverpool 2-0 Leicester: Jota on fire as exciting Reds seal easy win

Premier League (23), Anfield

February 10, 2022


Jota 34′ (assist – Van Dijk)

Jota 87′ (assist – Matip)

Liverpool made light work of Leicester on their return to the Premier League, with an exciting side putting the Foxes to the sword on their way to a 2-0 win.

Though the Reds dominated, it took a while for them to begin to test Kasper Schmeichel in the Leicester goal, and it was Trent Alexander-Arnold, on his 150th league outing for the club, who went closest in the first 20 minutes with a left-footed effort.

TIA Man of the Match: Thiago

Referee: Chris Kavanagh

Burnley 0-1 Liverpool: Fabinho goal gives Reds win in tricky conditions

Premier League (24), Turf Moor

February 13, 2022


Fabinho 40′

It was a cold, wet and windy afternoon in Burnley, but Liverpool came away with all three points thanks to Fabinho‘s first-half goal

Liverpool’s new-found squad depth was on display when the teams were announced, with an extremely strong bench for the Reds featuring Diogo Jota, Luis Diaz, Thiago and Harvey Elliott.

Jurgen Klopp went for experience and strength in his starting lineup, with both Sadio Mane and Mohamed Salah back in for the first time since AFCON for a match that was always going to be difficult.

But despite Liverpool’s strong options in the squad, their bottom-of-the-table opponents had by far the superior chances in the opening half.

Thankfully, Fabinho was alert and reacted to tap in from close range after his first effort off a corner was saved – the Brazilian’s fifth goal in seven games!

TIA Man of the Match: Fabinho

Referee: Martin Atkinson

Inter 0-2 Liverpool: Firmino and Salah goals give Reds first-leg advantage

Champions League Last-16, First Leg; San Siro

February 16, 2022


Firmino 75′ (assist: Robertson)

Salah 83′ (assist: Van Dijk)

Liverpool didn’t have it easy, but ultimately came away with the perfect European away win, 2-0 at the San Siro thanks to goals from Roberto Firmino and Mo Salah.

The breakthrough arrived during the game when Firmino glanced a perfect header off Robertson’s corner into the far corner.

The lead was doubled with seven minutes to play when Salah fired home inside the box from Van Dijk’s knockdown off a free-kick.

Highlights Of the Game

  • Elliott makes Champions League debut
  • Four subs by the hour as Klopp sought more control
  • Two goals in eight minutes late on
  • Second leg at Anfield on March 8

TIA Man of the Match: Virgil van Dijk

Referee: Szymon Marciniak

Liverpool 3-1 Norwich: 3-minute double and Diaz’s first in comeback win

Premier League League (25); Anfield

February 19, 2022


Rasicha 48′

Mane 64′ (assist: Tsimikas)

Salah 67′ (assist: Alisson)

Diaz 81′ (assist: Henderson)

Liverpool came from behind to beat Norwich, with two goals in three minutes then Luis Diaz‘s first goal for the club.

Norwich took the lead shortly after the break when Milot Rasicha’s shot from the edge of the box took a massive deflection off Matip and sailed into the opposite corner past Alisson.

Klopp brought on Thiago and Divock Origi just after the hour and with it completely changed the game, moving to a 4-2-3-1 shape.

The atmosphere raised, then within five minutes Liverpool scored twice to turn it around!

First, Mane hit a wonderful overhead kick from Tsimikas’ headed knockdown, then Salah notched his 150th goal for the club when beautifully receiving Alisson‘s long kick and eventually sitting the ‘keeper down and placing the ball into the corner with his right foot.

It was still to get better, with Luis Diaz netting his first goal for the club with 10 minutes to go. The Colombian received Henderson’s through ball in the area and wonderfully chipped the ball over the oncoming ‘keeper.

TIA Man of the Match: Mohamed Salah

Referee: Mike Dean

Attendance: 53,135

Liverpool 6-0 Leeds: Rampant Reds close the gap at the top

Premier League League (26); Anfield

February 23, 2022


Salah 15′ (pen)

Matip 30′ (assist: Salah)

Salah 35′ (pen)

Mane 80′ (assist: Henderson)

Mane 90′

Van Dijk 90+3 (assist: Robertson

Liverpool steamrolled Leeds in the first half and moved to within three points of Man City at the top of the Premier League.

The scoring was opened in the 15th minute when Salah converted a penalty by placing it into the bottom corner following a handball by Dallas from Robertson’s cross. Goal number 26 of the season for Mo.

It was 2-0 on the half-hour when Joel Matip scored an absolutely beautiful goal. The centre-back went on one of his trademarks runs through the middle, played a one-two with Salah, and finished perfectly for his first goal since December 2020.

It was 3-0 five minutes later, with a second penalty from Salah, this time after Mane was brought down just inside the box. Mo stepped up and put it the same side of the goal but into the top corner this time.

Liverpool were rampant and Salah almost got his hat-trick just before the interval, chipping over the oncoming ‘keeper but his shot was cleared off the line.

One of those chances was converted with 10 minutes to go when a lovely team move ended with Henderson squaring the ball for Mane to finish for his 10th league goal of the season.

Mane added another in the final seconds, again from close range after good work by Origi down the left wing, then Van Dijk headed home Robertson’s corner in stoppage time.

TIA Man of the Match: Mohamed Salah

Referee: Michael Oliver

Chelsea 0-0 Liverpool (10-11 pens): Reds win the League Cup!

League Cup Final, Wembley

February 27, 2022

Liverpool and Chelsea played out a tough, high-quality League Cup final with a number of goals ruled out for offside, leading to a 11-10 shootout win for the Reds.

With both sets of supporters in fine voice, the game kicked off at a frenetic tempo, and Caoimhin Kelleher was required to pull off a strong point-blank save to keep out Christian Pulisic.

A huge double save from Edouard Mendy kept the scores level on the half-hour mark, first from Naby Keita‘s long-range drive and then Sadio Mane‘s close-range effort – which, in truth, the No. 10 should have converted.

And a big chance fell for Chelsea at the end of the half, but after Mane’s dithering offered them an opportunity to break, Mason Mount swept his volley wide of Kelleher’s post.

On to extra time, then, and Klopp again turned to his bench as Ibrahima Konate swapped in for Matip in a clear effort to counter the added pace of Timo Werner on the left.

The first 15 minutes was an attritional affair, though Lukaku had a goal ruled out for offside, with the tiring legs clearly showing for both sides.

A late substitution, with Mendy making way for Kepa, paved the way for a penalty shootout, which saw the Spaniard blaze over the 22th spot-kick to hand the League Cup to Liverpool.

TIA Man of the Match: Caoimhin Kelleher

Referee: Stuart Attwell

March Fixtures (2022)

Wednesday 2nd March (The FA Cup)

Liverpool  - Norwich City

Saturday, 5 March 2022 (Premier League)

Liverpool - West Ham 

Tuesday, 8 March 2022 (UCL)

Liverpool - Inter Milan

Saturday, 12 March 2022 (Premier League)

Brighton - Liverpool

Wednesday, 16 March 2022 (Premier league)

Arsenal - Liverpool 

Sunday, 20 March 2022 (Premier League)

Liverpool - Man Utd (postponed)

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