After breaking the unbeaten run that Manchester City was on, Liverpool went to Wales and lost to bottom side Swansea city in a dull game that was played on Monday night.
Liverpool came into the game as favorites after many saw them demolish the Citizens at Anfield but like most times, the Kopps squandered an opportunity when they lost to Swansea.
Liverpool have always struggled against small teams in the English Premier League and yesterday was no different with influential playmaker Salah failing to guide them to a win over the Swans.
Carlos Carvalhal the manager at Swansea city says that he used the Formula One analogy to his players as they were getting ready to play the Merseyside giants.
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The analogy works in the frame that if you placed a Formula One car on the London highway at 4PM, the car would be slower than before. And because of this analogy, Swansea played a very compact and congested game that made the fluidity of Liverpool really hard.
Alfie Mason scored the only goal as Swansea city Liverpool who are chasing for the Champions League spots which have become very contested for in the English Premier League.
New Liverpool record signing Virjil Van Dik was the stand out man of the day after having an impressive game was also on the wrong side when he assisted Mason as he scored against Klopp’s men.
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