Liverpool 4 goals against Luton Town

Liverpool gave the gift of football in the Premier League. Possession of the ball makes a storm of attack. However, the ending was not good. They also conceded a goal in the first half. Finally after the break the door opened, the goals came one after the other. Klopp’s side thrashed Luton Town 4-1 in the Premier League at Anfield on Wednesday night. They are 4 points ahead of champions Manchester City.

Cody Huckpo put the team ahead after Virgil von Dijk equalised. Then Luis Dias and Harvey Elliott’s goals confirmed the big victory for Liverpool.

Liverpool could have gone ahead in the third minute. Luis Dias found the goalkeeper alone, but was too late to take the shot. The Colombian forward got the ball in a great position again in the next minute, this time he beat a man in the D-box and took a shot that missed the target.

In the twelfth minute under the pressure of the opponent, Luton counter-attacked and they went ahead. Irish forward Chidezi Ogbin scored a header from close range.

Dias missed two more good chances in the 29th and 32nd minutes. After his first shot in this phase was blocked by the goalkeeper, he took a second shot from close range.

After numerous wasted chances, Liverpool went ahead in the second half, scoring twice in two minutes.

In the 56th minute, Von Dijk equalized with a great header from Alexis McAllister’s corner. Argentinian midfielder Alistair was also involved in the second goal. Dutch forward Huckpo headed the ball into the net after receiving a cross from his right.

Dias found the net with his ninth shot of the match in the 71st minute. He received Andy Robertson’s pass in the box and scored a goal at the near post.

The young English midfielder Elliott scored the team’s fourth goal in a smart attack after getting the ball from the opponent in the last minute of the scheduled time.

Liverpool’s points are 60 in 26 matches with 18 wins and 6 draws. Manchester City is in second place with 56 points after playing one match less.

Arsenal are third with 55 points from 25 matches equal to the champions. And Aston Villa is in fourth place with 49 points.

Luton Town are hovering in the relegation zone. Their points are 20 in 25 matches