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Norwich City - Liverpool
Premier League - 15 February 2020
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FT: Norwich 0-1 Liverpool. Mane comes off the bench to net the winner and send Liverpool 25 points clear.
- Yellow cardSadio ManéLiverpool
Half chance for Pukki, but his early strike from 20 yards is straight at Alisson.
Three minutes added.
Firmino somehow blazes wide from a fizzing, low cross from TAA.
- OffNaby KeïtaLiverpool
- OnJames MilnerLiverpool
LIVERPOOL CHANGE: Milner on for Keita.
- OffAlexander TetteyNorwich City
- OnJosip DrmicNorwich City
NORWICH CHANGE: Drmic on for Tettey.
- OffLukas RuppNorwich City
- OnEmiliano BuendiaNorwich City
NORWICH CHANGE: Rupp off, Buendia on.
- Yellow cardNaby KeïtaLiverpool
VIDEO: Mane's magic.
The travelling Kop are now belting out 'We're going to win the league'.
That was Mane's 100th goal in English football and his 16th of this season. He's back with a bang.
- GoalSadio ManéLiverpool
GOAL! Mane comes off the bench and delivers! The Senegalese forward rifles a low shot in at the near post after a wonderful touch saw him take down Henderson's deep pass.
Hanley meets a right-wing corner but can't divert his header towards goal. Liverpool looking a bit nervy at the back, but eventually Alisson gets his gloves on the ball.
Tettey sees a shot from the far edge of the area cannon back off Alisson's near post!
Mane feeds Salah on the left byline, but his cut back is brilliantly hacked to safety from inside the six-yard box.
Mane looks to power through from the left side, but sees his hopes scuppered by a couple of Norwich defenders. He seemed to handle it too, so if he had manufactured a goal out of nothing, VAR may well have intervened.
Aarons hangs out a leg to try and block Robertson's cross and nearly flashes it past his own keeper. Liverpool are knocking on the door now.
All hands to the pump for Norwich. Robertson crosses for Salah who sees a tame volley towards goal hit a defender.
VIDEO: Krul's heroics.
- OffAlex Oxlade-ChamberlainLiverpool
- OnSadio ManéLiverpool
LIVERPOOL CHANGE: Mane on for Oxlade-Chamberlain.
- OffGeorginio WijnaldumLiverpool
LIVERPOOL CHANGE: Fabinho on for Wijnaldum.
Wow! What a double save! Krul gets down to parry Salah's low drive before somehow reacting to deny Keita on the rebound from close range.
Van Dijk meets the resulting corner from the right, but his header lacks power and bounces through to Krul.
Keita hits a first-time shot from 25 yards that Krul easily tips over the bar.
Liverpool are still struggling to carve out openings. How long until Klopp turns to Mane on the bench?
A slick Norwich move ends with Cantwell flashing a shot into the side netting from the right side of the area. It all transpired after Henderson needlessly gave away possession inside his own half.
STAT: Liverpool have scored in each of their last 34 league games since Everton shut them out at Goodison last March.
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KICK OFF! Norwich restart the contest.
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HT: Norwich 0-0 Liverpool.
Two minutes added.
TAA eventually takes the resulting kick, but his whipped, low delivery is gobbled up by Krul.
- Yellow cardGrant HanleyNorwich City
Hanley booked for having more than a nibble or two at Firmino. Free kick to Liverpool 25 yards out, far right of centre.
VIDEO: Alert Alisson.
STAT: It is more than two years since Liverpool lost to a team outside of the so-called ‘big-6’. That came at Swansea on January 22, 2018 when Alfie Mawson scored the only goal of the game. Since then, they have won 51 and drawn six of 57 matches.
What a save! Rupp's late run from deep catches Liverpool high up the pitch. He touches the ball towards Pukki for a tap-in, but the onrushing Alisson reads it and flings out a big hand to slap it to safety.
Daniel Farke must be delighted with what he has seen so far. Norwich have really restricted Liverpool to a few shots from range.
ATTEMPTS: Norwich 0-4 Liverpool. ON TARGET: Norwich 0-1 Liverpool.
Salah rolls it back for TAA, but his controlled side-footed attempt is too tame and is easily hacked to safety.
- OffSam ByramNorwich City
- OnJamal LewisNorwich City
NORWICH CHANGE: Lewis on for the injured Byram.
A wonderful driving run combined with quick feet sees Keita surge from deep into the Norwich area. He feeds Salah, who looks to return the favour, but can't find his teammate via a nutmeg. Too intricate from the Egyptian, but really positive from Keita.
DID YOU KNOW? Liverpool have won 15 consecutive Premier League matches against promoted opposition. They've managed that by an aggregate score of 40-5 since a 1-1 draw at Newcastle in October 2017.
Firmino showing some sublime touches at times. A ridiculous flick almost sends Wijnaldum through before a last-ditch Zimmermann challenge denies him a strike at goal.
STAT: The Canaries have won four of 25 league games this season, with three of those coming at home – against Newcastle (3-1), Bournemouth (1-0) Manchester City (3-2) in September.
DID YOU KNOW? The Merseysiders have won 11 league games by a one-goal margin this term. Roberto Firmino has scored the decisive goal in five of those matches.
Pukki seems to be in behind Gomez as he chases a high ball, but then promptly falls over. Gomez gets back and mops up.
Zimmermann gets lucky as his headed clearance from TAA's cross hits Keita and bobbles through to Krul. Any sort of control from the Liverpool man would have meant big trouble for the hosts there.
It's all Liverpool in the early exchanges.
STAT: Norwich have suffered 11 defeats in their last 12 Premier League games against the team top of the table. Their solitary success came in beating Manchester United in November 2012.
Trent Alexander Arnold drags a 25-yard effort wide of the far post inside 15 seconds after nice link up play between Wijnaldum and Firmino.
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KICK OFF! Liverpool get us underway.
DID YOU KNOW? Only two of Mo Salah's 14 Premier League goals this term have been scored away from Anfield.
Teemu Pukki: “It’s been a big relief to win three of the last six matches. We’ve been playing quite well for a longer period without being able to get the points we wanted. We’re starting to get those victories and that gives us the belief that we can still turn this around. We need to keep working until the end."
Andy Robertson spoke to LFC's official website prior to the contest and is hoping to avoid the craziness of the last time Liverpool came here (a 5-4 win) back in 2016: “I would prefer a less eventful game than that, but of course if that’s what needs to happen, that’s what needs to happen! That was a fantastic game and it also shows what Norwich can do. Scoring four goals against one of the big teams doesn’t happen often; they managed it then and maybe their principles haven’t changed. The stadium and the fans certainly haven’t. So, we know how tough it’s going to be. It’s up to us to bring our ‘A’ game and hopefully get the result we need.”
Jurgen Klopp: "People think it will be easy because they don't really think about it and they only watch the table but we know about the problems we can have - and we know about the problems we can cause them as well. We have no other chance than to make this game the most important game of our lives, play it and try with all we have to win it."
Norwich City head coach Daniel Farke: "No-one in the league has beaten [Liverpool]. They are one of the best teams in European history. It's a huge task and we know that. We have our strengths and if we bring our best football on the pitch, we can get something. We are not naive. The Manchester City game showed when you're good in your topics, you can win. Liverpool are the best team in the world and we need to be there with an outstanding performance."
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CONFIRMED TEAMS - NORWICH: Krul, Aarons, Zimmermann, Hanley, Byram, Tettey, McLean, Rupp, Duda, Cantwell, Pukki... Subs: Fahrmann, Lewis, Godfrey, Buendia, Vrancic, Drmic, Hernandez. /// LIVERPOOL: Alisson, Alexander-Arnold, Gomez, Van Dijk, Robertson, Henderson, Wijnaldum, Keita, Salah, Firmino, Oxlade-Chamberlain... Subs: Adrian, Lovren, Milner, Fabinho, Lallana, Origi, Mane.
Hello and welcome to live updates of Norwich versus Liverpool at Carrow Road. It's bottom versus top as these sides return to Premier League football action following the player break. Can the Canaries spring a massive surprise, halt the Liverpool juggernaut and boost their own survival hopes? Or will the Reds move 25 points clear at the summit and continue their charge to title number 19? Kick off 17:30 GMT.