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  1. the count
    Created by the count
    Dec 5, 2019 at 10:27
    Liverpool name Fifa Club World Cup squad
    Alisson, Van Dijk, Wijnaldum, Lovren, Milner, Keita, Firmino, Mane, Salah, Gomez, Adrian, Henderson, Oxlade-Chamberlain, Lallana, Lonergan, Shaqiri, Brewster, Robertson, Origi, Jones, Alexander-Arnold, Elliott, Williams.
  2. Insignificance
    Created by Insignificance
    Dec 5, 2019 at 10:08
    I think we played one of the best halves of the whole season right there in the opening 45 mins. And if Mane had taken the easy chances this game should have ended 7-3 or so.

    I heard Hangeland saying after the game that it was shocking defending from Everton, but it was not too easy defending those runs between the lines, and our movement was better than for a long time.

    When Everton came out it looked like a 5 men backline, but our early goal made them adjust and it gave us too much space on the flanks.

    All in all a nice evening!!!
  3. rurikbird
    Created by rurikbird
    Dec 5, 2019 at 04:27
    Mane, Shaq and Origi – the front 3 that put 4 past Barca at Anfield. Didn't start a game together since – until last night, when they put 5 past Everton (with Wijnaldum's help, once again). Is there a case to be made that the "Barca-killer front 3" is perhaps just as good as our main one?

    In our regular front 3, Sadio does his thing, Salah provides goal-poaching, speed and penetration and Bobby links the two of them together, while also popping up with occasional goals. In the OSM front 3, Origi is kind of playing the Salah role, only from the middle, while Shaq is recreating the...
  4. Dreambeliever
    Created by Dreambeliever
    Dec 5, 2019 at 01:42
    Big game in terms of resting players for weds.

    I’d be tempted to play a similar side to tonight.

    Maybe Gomez for Lovren

    And surely if Keita doesn’t start he’s done.

    This was one of his few promising performances last season wasn’t it?
  5. Squiggles
    Created by Squiggles
    Dec 4, 2019 at 22:28
    Is tonight the Origi became not just an option but a proper challenger to Roberto Firmino's spot?

    Thought he led the line brilliantly tonight; showed strength, won free kicks, linked up well, bagged goals.

    He'll never be as skillful as Firmino, or link up as well, but he provides that threat in behind and makes the runs which Bobby doesn't even consider. Play Divock in the same amount of games as Firmino and he would produce more goals, IMO.

    His improvement has been hard to explain, but I think you have to credit Henry for some of it. The runs in behind, the first touch, the composure...