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  •  Matip passes through the middle of the field, Diaz scores

Liverpool beat Brighton with a clean goal in the first half of the match they are currently meeting at Falmer Stadium, in the 29th round of Premier League.

The first threat came from Brighton in the 5th minute, through a missile shot from Mobay, but it passed next to Alison goalkeeper Liverpool.

In the 8th minute, Senegalese Sadio Mane missed the lead for Liverpool against Brighton, after a typical cross from Egyptian star Mohamed Salah.

In the 19th minute, Liverpool defender Joel Matip gave a magical pass from midfield to Colombian Luis Diaz, who scored the first goal against Brighton.

In the 43rd minute, Egyptian star Mohamed Salah missed the opportunity to score the second goal for Liverpool, after a wonderful save from the Brighton goalkeeper.

In the 27th minute, Liverpool left-back Robertson missed the opportunity to score the second goal for the Reds against Brighton with a powerful shot above the left side of the hosts.

Liverpool started the Brighton match with a formation consisting of:

Goalkeeper: Allison

Defenders: Arnold, Van Dyck, Jules Matip, Anderson

Midfield: Fabinho, Henderson, Naby Keita

Forwards: Mohamed Salah, Diaz, Sadio Mane

Liverpool is playing the match to settle its three points in order to continue victories in Premier League, and put pressure on Manchester City in the lead.

German coach Jurgen Klopp, Liverpool coach, hopes to avoid the mistakes that the team made during the last Inter Milan match in the round of 16 in the Champions League, which it lost 1-0 at Anfield, although the loss had no effect on the Reds in the way to qualify for the quarter The final, especially as he excelled in the first leg by two goals without a response.

Liverpool is second in Premier League table, with 63 points, 6 points ahead of Manchester City, with a game postponed for the Reds, as the Citizens played a game more.

Liverpool scored 63 points after playing 27 games, winning 19 games, drawing 6 games and losing two games, scoring 71 goals and conceding 20 goals.

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