Liverpool 3-0 Leicester City: Post Match Analysis| Injury-hit CHAMPS ease past| Firmino & Jota goals

Liverpool 3-0 Leicester City: Post Match Analysis| Injury-hit CHAMPS ease past| Firmino & Jota goals

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Liverpool 3-0 Leicester: Jurgen Klopp's men back to their best despite injury crisis as champions hit THREE past the Foxes at Anfield to move up to second place behind Tottenham with Roberto Firmino and Diogo Jota on target
Nobody wins the league in November. It is, however, possible to make history. And this is exactly what Liverpool did on Sunday night.

On an evening when the club paid tribute to the late Ray Clemence, Jurgen Klopp's team broke once of the records set by his mighty Liverpool team: a run of 63 unbeaten home games between February 1978 and December 1980. Klopp's 'mentality monsters' are now 64 and counting.

Clemence, a generous man, would have improved. It is a pity the minute's applause that marked his passing is so muted in empty stadiums; Anfield would have loved to show its appreciation properly.
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The champions were the much the better team in the first-half, the pretenders disappointing despite their positive intent. Leicester have significant injuries, too, not least at the back where Christian Fuchs is deployed as a makeshift centre-half.

Even so, they will never have enjoyed a better opportunity to take advantage of Liverpool, with two centre-halves and the right-back missing, as well as Mo Salah and the captain, Jordan Henderson.

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Given those circumstances, then, this performance was little short of outstanding, certainly in the first-half when Leicester might have hoped to spring a few shocks.

Instead, it was Liverpool whose energy surprised, not least James Milner, filling in at full-back for Trent Alexander-Arnold and playing with the verve of a youth team promotion hoping to catch the manager's eye in training.

It wasn't just his running, either, but his delivery of dead balls that meant Liverpool's usual right-back-cum-playmaker was not missed. It was Milner's corners that caused Leicester enormous problems, leading directly to the opening goal after 21 minutes
Liverpool 3-0 Leicester City: Post Match Analysis| Injury-hit CHAMPS ease past| Firmino & Jota goals backup