Liverpool vs. FC Midtjylland: Extended Highlights | UCL on CBS Sports

The match started with more bad injury news for Liverpool. In the 28’ Fabinho went down with injury and came out of the match, taking his place was Rhys Williams. Liverpool’s back line was already decimated with Virgil van Dijk being out. The Fabinho injury created a problem that needed an immediate fix in this match.

In the 55’ Diogo Jota was able to push Liverpool out to a 1-0 lead when he perfectly cut into the box and was played the ball at the right time as the keeper cheated right, Jota had the ball and a wide open net and tapped in. Then in stoppage time, Mo Salah had a goal scoring opportunity but was taken down in the box giving him a penalty chance. He would bury the opportunity and would push Liverpool to a 2-0 win over Midtjylland.

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