Liverpool sealed a 2-0 win over FC Midtjylland on Tuesday night, though the game won’t exactly live long in the memory for all those who witnessed it.
The Reds failed to spark into life for much of the game, with the Danish visitors having the best of the first-half chances.
It was Liverpool who eventually took the lead, after some fine work on the right-hand side by Trent Alexander-Arnold provided Diogo Jota with a simple tap-in for the club’s 10,000th goal.
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Liverpool lost Fabinho to a suspected hamstring injury, while Jurgen Klopp was forced to bring on a number of starters to try and hold onto the win.
With seconds remaining, Mohamed Salah smashed home a penalty to secure a 2-0 victory — one that takes Liverpool to the top of Group D on six points.