Liverpool dominates Europe’s perfect squad

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RedsLionel Messi, Cristiano Ronaldo, Robert Lewandowski and Kevin de Bruyne were also voted on.

Site reported "Liverpool" Ten of the team’s players were on the shortlist of candidates last December.

The source indicated that five of the players were included The final squad That led the team to the Champions League and the Super Cup last year.

Despite widening the difference in the top spot English Premier League To set a new record, Liverpool players were not spared the cash shares by coach Juergen Klopp, after beating Tottenham Hotspur with a clean goal.

And he led Roberto Firmino "Reds", Saturday, to win 1-0 on "Spears", To achieve his 20th victory in 21 league games this season, and raise his score balance to 61, 16 points behind Leicester II, who played more.

He showed the German coach "Narrow" Especially from left-back Andrew Robertson, after he missed an opportunity to score due to lack of focus, during which he failed, in one of the attacks, to pass the ball to three players who were not being watched in the box, although he was passing comfortably.

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Alison Baker, Trent Alexander Arnold, Frankie de Jong, Andy Robertson and Sadio Mane are all involved.

Besides my players RedsLionel Messi, Cristiano Ronaldo, Robert Lewandowski and Kevin de Bruyne were also voted on.

“Liverpool” site reported that ten of the team’s players were on the shortlist of candidates last December.

The source indicated that five of the players were included The final squad That led the team to the Champions League and the Super Cup last year.

Despite widening the difference in the top spot English Premier League To set a new record, Liverpool players were not spared the cash shares by coach Juergen Klopp, after beating Tottenham Hotspur with a clean goal.

And led Roberto Firmino, the “Reds”, on Saturday, to win 1-0 over “Spurs”, to achieve his victory in 20 league matches this season, raising his score to 61, 16 points behind Leicester City who played more.

The German coach expressed his “distress” in particular from left-back Andrew Robertson, after he had missed an opportunity to score due to the lack of focus, as he failed, during one of the attacks, to pass the ball to three players who were not monitored in the box of operations, although he was passing comfortably.



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