Liverpool plays a draw against Sevilla in the Champions League

The Champions League game in Group E between Sevilla and Liverpool ended by a 3-3 draw on 21st of November. Sevilla fought back dramatically in the second half after Liverpool were already ahead by a 3-0 score.

Roberto Firmino fired the opener in the 2nd minute to give Liverpool a confident start. Sadio Mane doubled the score in the 30th minute and Firmino launched a brilliant finisher eight minutes afterwards.

The Reds were at their best and it could be hardly thought that in the next half they will suffer a dramatic response.

Wissam Ben Yedder scored the first one for Sevilla from a free-kick in the 51st minute. His second goal came 9 minutes afterwards, as he converted the penalty past Red’s keeper.

Guido Pizzaro assured to fire the finisher in the injury time and offer his team a point.

It was a difficult outcome for Liverpool, and their boss, Jurgen Klopp commented that his team is fine, and it is just a problem of misjudgement.

Sevilla keeps an unbeaten record at their Estadio Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan over a year. It was an almost close call as Liverpool started thrashing them in the first half, but the Spaniards couldn’t just leave it hanging after they made such a long way. Sevilla still had moments where they could increase the score, but Loris Karius managed to save from some dangerous efforts.

 

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