Liverpool-Villarreal: Henderson and Mane break the lock in two minutes

Liverpool scored a two-minute goal against Villarreal on Wednesday in the first leg of the Champions League semi-final. Henderson first provoked a counter-argument on the part of Estupine, then Mane offered the fruit of advice.

The Reds took the opportunity to break the Spanish lock. A Jordan Henderson center shot allowed Liverpool to open the scoring for the first leg of the Champions League semi-final (live on The Indian Paper 1) against Villarreal at Anfield on Wednesday night. The goal was scored in the 53rd minute.

This cross on the right wing was deflected twice. First by Pervis Estupinon, to whom the goal was officially awarded by UEFA, then by goalkeeper Geronimo Rulli, the ball was too small to prevent it from ending up in the back of the net.

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Only two minutes after this first goal, Liverpool managed to get the break thanks to Sadio Mane. Served on the boundary of offside by Mohamed Salah, the Senegalese striker finished with his foot down to bring the score to 2-0.

By that time, Liverpool very clearly dominated the debates and multiplied the attacks on the Spanish team’s cage. without finding fault. According to Opta, at this stage of the competition (since 2003–2004) no other team took more shots without scoring in the first half (12).

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