UEFA Champions League Report: Liverpool v Genk 05 November 2019

UEFA Champions League Report: Liverpool v Genk 05 November 2019

Instead, the next goal was to come from Genk, as an unmarked Mbwana Samatta headed-in a corner in the 41st minute to bring his side level against a seemingly distracted Liverpool.

"I've been trying to sort of dribble a bit more and get that side of my game back because that sort of stuff can take a bit of a while when you've been out for a while". We need to finish the job now. We had a lot of shots and some really big chances that we usually use. "That keeps the game open", coach Jurgen Klopp told BT Sport.

"That worked pretty well sometimes and we could have scored more often".

"The most important thing; we won and nobody is injured".

After easily beating the Belgian team 4-1 last month, Liverpool posted a third consecutive win in Europe's top club tournament to move one point above Napoli at the top of the standings.

Liverpool are also five points ahead of the Austrians and will qualify with a match to spare if they see off Carlo Ancelotti s off-form side.

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The Reds have kept just three clean sheets in all competitions so far this season, having boasted the best defensive record in the Premier League past year.

Sunday's fixture against Manchester City was clearly in the mind of the Liverpool manager, as they look to extend their lead at the top of the Premier League to nine points.

The Tanzanian has six goals from 13 league games this campaign.

"It s a different competition. It's a tough group", said Klopp.

Georginio Wijnaldum scored from close range after Sebastian Dewaest made a mess of clearing James Milner's low cross to give Liverpool the lead inside 15 minutes.

The first half was done and we had to start anew.

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