Champions League Results, Liverpool Win at Hoffenheim HQ
Positive results recorded Liverpool in the first game of Champions League play-offs. Come to the headquarters TSG 1899 Hoffenheim, Liverpool win 2-1 at the Rhein-Neckar Arena on Tuesday (08/15/2017) or Wednesday morning GMT Agen Togel Online.
The Reds – Liverpool’s nickname – won thanks to Trent Alexander-Arnold (35 ‘) and Haarvard Nordtveit (74’). Hoffenheim replies scored Mark Uth, three minutes before the normal time runs out.
In this fight, Hoffenheim actually had a better chance first when getting a penalty in the 10th minute because Dejan Lovren violate Serge Gnabry. However, Andrej Kramaric’s kick that led to Simon Mignolet’s easily anticipated midfield.
Around 20 minutes later, Alexander-Arnold proves his class as one of the executor of dead ball. In his debut match at European club competition, the 18-year-old’s free-kick took his team ahead.
In the 50th minute, Gnabry successfully break the goal Mignolet. However, the referee annulled because the former Arsenal player was already in the offside position.
The situation of the dead ball became the beginning of the creation of the second goal of the Reds. Starting from a quick free kick, Roberto Firmino leads to James Milner.
Milner last tried to send the ball to Mohamed Salah through a cross. However, his kick hit the Nordtveit and deflected the ball towards Hoffenheim’s goal.
Host entertainment goals created in the 87th minute. Through a long pass, Uth who was in the penalty box Liverpool managed to kick the ball into the far post and changed the score to 2-1.
These results open up opportunities for Liverpool to qualify for the group phase. In the second game, Juergen Klopp’s turn to entertain Hoffenheim at Anfield, August 23, 2017.
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Following the full results of Champions League play-offs on Tuesday (8/15/2017):
Qarabag 1-0 Kobenhavn (Mahir Madatov 25 ‘)
APOEL Nicosia 2-0 Slavia Prague (Igor de Camargo 2 ‘, Efstathios Aloneftis 10’)
Hoffenheim 1-2 Liverpool (Mark Uth 87 ‘; Trent Alexander-Arnold 35′, Haarvard Nordtveit 74’-suicide)
Sporting 0-0 Steaua Bucuresti
Young Boys 0-1 CSKA Moskva (Kasim Nuhu 90 ‘)