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Arsenal outscore Liverpool

Arsenal outscore Liverpool

Arsenal (0-0) against Liverpool (0-0) on Thursday at Anfield, in the first leg of the English League Cup semi-final, were cut short by the dismissal of Granit Shaga.

Despite the verdict in another semi-final on Wednesday, with Chelsea twice qualified to beat Tottenham (2-0, 1-0), everything will remain open between Liverpool and Arsenal before returning to London in a week. The meeting was initially the second phase of the conflict, but the combination of injuries, the Covit-19 cases and the African nations’ exit from the trophy allowed Liverpool to postpone the match for a week subject to a reversal.

Shawa looks at the red

With the loss of so many players, including Martin Odeguard, a positive test for Kovit and the last-minute package, Arsenal want to show that they are capable of opposing a team from the English top 3. The Gunners complicated the task from the 24th minute, when Granit Shakka was sent off for a foul on Manchester City again on January 1, giving them a penalty kick on January 1, when they had already lost to Manchester City (2-1). Pep Cardiola’s team missed 57 minutes.

This time, on a long ball from the Reds, the Swiss midfielder tried to intercept it without getting the information, his foot landed on the stomach of Diego Jotta who came behind him, prompting Michael Oliver to come straight out. Opposition from the Kannadas. After striker Eddie Nketia came out to allow the rap holding, the Londoners were still lurking, playing one of their final 25 yards to close as much space as possible.

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Minamino in trouble

If Mohamed Salah and Sadio Mane leave the CAN and realize the shortcomings of Roberto Firmino and Takumi Minamino, they will not be enough to explain the attacking difficulties of draft and uniform reds. The hero of the previous round, who equalized in the last minute against Leicester and sent both teams to a penalty shoot-out, his team won (3-3, 5-4 in the pen), marking the Japanese ‘attack strain on the Reds. With 0 shots towards the goal in 15 attempts.

When the goal was opened after Aaron Ramstale’s defeat in the 90th minute, Andrew Robertson (68th) passed his shot high after a good serve from the box. Arsenal came very close to a superb move and Allison, again on target, had to make a decisive exit in front of Pugo Saga at the end of a well-executed counter (72nd).

However, City (8) have been relegated to eighth place as they will need a big performance from the Gunners at home to check for a ticket to the final on 27 February, especially as Liverpool are currently looking to record a win in the match they are currently playing with Manchester United.

Matthew Idiot with AFP RMC Sport Journalist