Liverpool won their visit to Leicester 4-0 and extended their unbeaten run in the Premier League. Jurgen Klopp’s team was stunning throughout the whole game and deservedly brought won the three points.
Liverpool started offensively from the very beginning and could have scored twice in the first couple of minutes. It was Roberto Firmino (31′) who finally gave the away team the advantage in the game. The half time break came at 1-0 for Liverpool, who were undeniably the dominant team, with Leicester not being able to produce a single shot towards Alisson.
The second half started pretty much the way the first ended. Leicester had a brief few minutes of awakening from their slumber, but that all ended when central defender Caglar Soyuncu gave away a penalty, touching the ball with his hand. James Milner (71′) scored with his first touch of the ball, coming as a substitution for Mohamed Salah.
Afterward, Roberto Firmino (74′) with his second of the game and Trent Alexander-Arnold (78′) outlined the final result and left home fans emptyhanded on Boxing day. The Foxes ended the game without a single shot on target.
Liverpool keep walking towards the title
The Reds are now 13 points clear at the top of the Premier League with a game in hand. Leicester remain second with 39 points before Man City play their match with Wolves tomorrow. The Citizens could potentially move to second place, should they win, but they would still be 11 points behind Liverpool.
Beating Leicester, who were considered to be the major title contender, alongside Man City, and in demolishing fashion, Liverpool have clearly made a statement about their championship intentions. At the moment, it looks like nobody can stop Jurgen Klopp’s team and their goal to win everything.