A double from Darwin and a header from the impressive Bobby Firmino ensured the Reds went into the World Cup break on a winning note. The first half was excellent, the second half not so much but the three points are most welcome.
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Penalty shootout king Caoimhin Kelleher came to the Reds rescue again with three spot kick saves to ensure Jurgen Klopp's much changed side squeaked through to the next round of the Carabao Cup after the 90 minutes ended goalless.
Two lovely finishes from Mo and a dogged second half defensive display saw the Reds bounce back from successive Premier League defeats to pick up a much needed win at a weakened Spurs.
Paul Natton and John Gallagher join TLW Editor Dave Usher t
Another goal for Darwin, another record for Mo and a good solid 2-0 win for the Reds to avenge their defeat in the opening match of the group.
TLW Editor Dave Usher is joined by Julian Richards and Terry McDonald for a long and meandering chat
As if losing to bottom club Forest wasn't bad enough, the Reds plumbed even deeper depths by losing at home to struggling Leeds as Virgil Van Dijk tasted defeat at Anfield for the first time.
Chris Smith, Julian Richards and TLW editor Dave Us
The Reds bounced back from the weekend's loss by thumping Ajax to advance to the knock out stages of the Champions League.
Chris Smith is joined by Stu Montagu and TLW Editor Dave Usher to reflect on a nice evening's work for Klopp's side as go
From the high of last weekend's victory over City to the depths of despair and defeat the Premier League's bottom club. That's 2022/23 Liverpool for you.
TLW Editor Dave Usher is joined by Paul Natton and a just home from the City Ground Julian
The Reds kept their recent momentum going with a hard fought 1-0 over West Ham. Darwin Nunez was electric and bagged the only goal of the game, while at the other end Alisson was needed to save a first half penalty.
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A win and an unexpected clean sheet against a team who until today couldn't stop scoring. The Reds defended brilliantly and Mo Salah did the rest as Kloppo's boys tore up the form book and deservedly inflicted a first defeat of the season on Ci
The Reds conceded first yet again but came roaring back to send the home crowd scurrying for the exits long before the full time whistle.
Bobby dazzled, Darwin netted again, Mo bagged a six minute hat-trick and Harvey claimed his first Champio
Plenty of good attacking play was completely undermined by yet more dreadful defending as the Reds slipped to defeat at the Emirates against table topping Arsenal.
Darwin Nunez scored and looked lively through but that was the only crumb of com
A routine win and much needed improvement in performance as the goals from Trent and Mo were enough to see off an outmatched Rangers side at Anfield.
Chris Smith is joined by Julian Richards and TLW Editor Dave Usher to go through all the main
Bobby dazzled with two goals but a shambolic defensive display cost the Reds two points as Brighton once again proved to be a massive thorn in our side.
TLW Editor Dave Usher is joined by Paul Natton and John Gallagher to try to make sense of a
We're back after what seems like an eternity. It's Brighton this weekend so the lads look ahead to that but there is also a lot to discuss from this international break.
Chris Smith is joined by Dan Thomas and TLW Editor Dave Usher to preview t
That's more like it! The Reds looked more like themselves but still needed a last gasp header from Joel Matip to secure the win that the performance deserved.
A relieved Chris Smith, Julian Richards and TLW Editor Dave Usher look back on a posi
You know things are bad when the Rocky analogies come out and in this episode we've got more of them than you can shake a stick at. The Reds got trounced in Naples as the bad start to the season continued.
Chris Smith is joined by John Gallaghe
A great game for the neutral and a result that had the Blues celebrating like they'd won, but somehow it ended goalless as our stuttering start to the season continued.
Not a great performance from Klopp's men but on another day they'd have won
Oh that one was sweet. After being left frustrated by the relentless time wasting and playacting from the opposition, Kloppo's Reds came from behind to win the points with the last kick of the game, which came well over the initially allotted t
That's how you bounce back from a bad start! The Reds equalled their biggest ever home win by smashing nine past hapless Bournemouth at Anfield.
TLW Editor Dave Usher is joined by John Brennan and Julian Richards to look back on a memorable, hi
Liverpool suffered a deserved defeat at Old Trafford on one of the worst nights of the Jurgen Klopp era.
The poor start to the season dragged on with another flat and uninspired display that leaves the reds on just two points from three games
Darwin Nunez saw red on his Anfield debut and we needed a worldy from Luis Diaz to salvage a point against Palace as the stuttering start to the season continued.
Paul Natton and TLW Editor Dave Usher hotfooted it back from the game to join Chr
With Thiago sidelined for at least 6 weeks, Oxlade-Chamberlain and Jones also on the treatment table and several other midfield options having a history of fairly frequent injury lay offs, many fans believe the Reds need to bolster their midfie
It was a surprisingly lacklustre display from the Reds at Craven Cottage as they had to twice come from behind to salvage a point against a lively Fulham side.
TLW Editor Dave Usher was joined by Stu Montagu and Paul Natton shortly after the fi
Another new season is upon us so that means predictions. Can we go one better than last season or will we be pipped to the post by City yet again? What about the rest of the top four, and will Everton finally stop circling the drain and be suck
The first silverware of the season is in the cabinet and Darwin Nunez is off the mark as the Reds struck the first blow in what will surely be another epic season long battle with Manchester City.
Chris Smith and Dave Usher look back on a quali