- End of 2nd Half
- 2nd Half
- Cummings (P)65'
- Love (o.g.)46'
- 1st Half
Shrewsbury Town - Liverpool
The Emirates FA Cup - 26 January 2020
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FT: Shrewsbury 2-2 Liverpool. The League One side earn an Anfield replay as super sub Cummings nets a brace. Liverpool were awful in the second half and let a 2-0 lead slip after Jones and an own goal from Love had put them in control.
Laurent cracks a shot towards the near post, but Adrian does enough to get across and tip it behind.
Four minutes added. Shrewsbury so close to a famous result here.
Another chance. Firmino crosses for Salah, but his header flashes just wide of the far post.
Almost a winner for the Reds. Williams blocks on the line from Jones after Firmino had flicked it across the face of goal.
Desperate defending from Liverpool! A cross from the right from Love wreaks havoc in the box. It seems to hit Fabinho's arm before the ref awards the visitors a free kick. Let off for the PL leaders.
- OffTakumi MinaminoLiverpool
- OnRoberto FirminoLiverpool
LIVERPOOL CHANGE: Firmino on for Minamino.
- OffShaun WhalleyShrewsbury Town
- OnDaniel UdohShrewsbury Town
SHREWSBURY CHANGE: Udoh on, Whalley off.
Shrewsbury looking the more likely at this point, but Liverpool usually find a way, don't they?
Now, Klopp is turning to Firmino. Liverpool have been terrible in this second half. The Shrews deserve at least a replay.
- OffJoel MatipLiverpool
- OnMohamed SalahLiverpool
LIVERPOOL CHANGE: Salah on for Matip.
Liverpool are calling for Salah!
What an impact from Cummings! He takes his tally to seven for the season. Can the Shrews win this now? Or will they have eyes on a replay at Anfield?
- GoalJason CummingsShrewsbury Town
GOAL! It's all square! Cummings races on to a long ball, outfoxes Lovren and fires a low shot beyond Adrian!
VIDEO: The Shrews are back in it!
- OffHarvey ElliottLiverpool
- OnAlex Oxlade-ChamberlainLiverpool
LIVERPOOL CHANGE: Elliott off, Oxlade-Chamberlain on.
Too true. The League One side suddenly have real belief now.
Liverpool fans on social moaning the foul took place just outside the box. It was a close call, but no VAR, so we go with the ref's opinion.
- Goal by penaltyJason CummingsShrewsbury Town
GOAL! The Shrews have a lifeline! Cummings coolly steers his spot-kick into the left-hand corner he is facing, sending Adrian the wrong way.
- Yellow cardYasser LarouciLiverpool
PENALTY TO SHREWSBURY! Larouci booked for bringing down Laurent as he charged into the area.
Edwards rises to meet a right-wing delivery but can't keep his header on target.
Laurent seizes upon Matip's woeful pass, but then flashes his shot a few yards off target.
- OffCallum LangShrewsbury Town
- OnJason CummingsShrewsbury Town
SHREWSBURY CHANGE: Lang off, Cummings on.
Callum Lang is left in lots of space to rampage in from the right and into the Liverpool area. He takes aim but sees his low shot superbly pushed to safety by Adrian.
STAT: The Shrews have lost just one of their last 17 home FA Cup games, winning 10 of them. But its going to take something special to make that one loss in 18 from here!
VIDEO: Two-love to Liverpool....
Josh Laurent tires to manufacture something on the edge of the Liverpool box but ends up dragging his low shot a few yards wide.
DID YOU KNOW? Shrewsbury have been eliminated from the FA Cup by Premier League opponents in three of the past four seasons: Manchester United in 2015-16, West Ham in 2017-18 and Wolves in 2018-19.
Got to 'love' those random stats...
That's a massive shame for the hosts and for Love. He was under no real pressure. He just got his lines all wrong.
- Own-goalDonald LoveShrewsbury Town
GOAL! That's a real howler. Donald Love inexplicably guides into his own net from Williams's deep cross.
- 2nd Half
KICK OFF! Liverpool restart the cup tie.
- End of 1st Half
HT: Shrewsbury 0-1 Liverpool. Jones's smart finish gives the PL side the edge at the break to leave Klopp all smiles. Whalley saw the home side's best chance brilliantly saved by Adrian.
Two minutes added.
Klopp in the cup: The German is taking charge of his 12th Liverpool match in the FA Cup. He has won four and lost four of the previous 11.
Neat approach play from the Premier League leaders, but Minamino can't provide the finish with a wayward strike. Shrewsbury retort but Whalley drags wide with an angled strike after a Liverpool mix-up at the bag had left him in plenty of space to surge into the area.
Liverpool are pretty much in second gear here. Shrewsbury have kept their heads up since going behind and will be eager to get to the break still very much in the tie.
Whalley almost spins beyond Matip chasing a long ball, but Adrian is alert and comes out of his box to complete a routine clearance.
DID YOU KNOW? Shrews boss Sam Ricketts appeared six times against Liverpool as a player with Hull and Bolton. He won once with Wanderers in 2012, but was on the losing side on four occasions.
VIDEO: Adrian keeps the hosts at bay.
- OffOllie NorburnShrewsbury Town
- OnDavid EdwardsShrewsbury Town
A blow for the Shrews. Norburn seemingly hasn't recovered from his earlier knock and is replaced by Dave Edwards.
SUPER SAVE! Shaun Whalley races clean through on Adrian, but sees his big chance thwarted by the keeper's right leg.
There's another opening for Jones 22 yards out, but this time he lashes a left-foot drive well wide.
VIDEO: Jubilant Jones!
Klopp greeted that goal with muted applause. He is clearly respecting the game and the opponent, but clearly expects his men to do the business. So far, so good for the German.
- GoalCurtis JonesLiverpool
GOAL! Curtis Jones is at it again! The midfielder follows up his strike against Everton by racing on to Chirivella's exquisite pass and coolly sliding it beyond the keeper.
Minamino dips his head towards a whipped right-wing delivery but can't get the touch to guide any sort of attempt on target.
Oliver Norburn goes down and needs some treatment. He's grimacing as he gingerly moves towards the touchline, but should be fine to continue after a dab of the old magic sponge.
STAT: Liverpool have won just one of their last five FA Cup away fixtures.
The first real effort of note sees Origi drill a 22-yard attempt wide of the far post after some lively link play from Minamino.
DID YOU KNOW? In 19 home games this season in league and cup, Shrewsbury have won nine, drawn five and lost five.
Liverpool are still trying to settle down here. The Shrews are playing with a high tempo and looking to spring forward and catch the visitors' high-line at every opportunity they can.
STAT: Shrewsbury's only win in their last seven outings in all competitions was their FA Cup second-round replay triumph over Bristol City. However, four of those matches were drawn.
There are 59 places between the Premier League leaders and the Shrews. It's a much-changed Reds team, but there's still plenty of quality in there. Can the hosts take advantage of any unfamiliarity in the visiting line-up?
- 1st Half
KICK OFF! Shrewsbury get this cup tie underway.
ANSWERS: Liverpool's scorers were Stan Collymore (8 minutes), Dave Walton own goal (68), Robbie Fowler (74) and Jason McAteer (83).
QUICK QUIZ: Who scored the Liverpool goals when the Reds won 4-0 at Shrewsbury in this competition in 1996? Answers in five...
Merseyside-born Shaun Whalley: "All my family are Liverpool fans. My mates are season-ticket holders and I was at the Champions League final in Istanbul in 2005.This is brilliant for me, especially having got to the age of 32 and thinking you're never going to play against them."
Daniel Udoh will be hoping to make an impact from the bench for the Shrews: "From Hoddesdon Town six years ago to playing Liverpool now, I just thank God for everything. There's always something that drives you on in life. I'm just lucky it's football which does it for me. I don't call it a job. You don't class this as work."
Pedro Chirivella: “I think it’s the biggest game of the season for them or even of their lives. Liverpool coming to Shrewsbury to play, it will be a full stadium. We have to be ready for a hard game and I think we’ll be ready for that. It will be a tricky one. I think we have to approach it the same way we always do – try to win and play good football. I think we’re going to be ready for that.”
Klopp: "We are taking it one game at a time and the next game is Shrewsbury. We will have a team with fresh legs and we have players coming back from injury so it makes sense to play them, because they are pretty good, and we want to go through to the next round. It's a tough place to go, it always is in cup competitions."
Shrewsbury Town manager Sam Ricketts: "The problem is, whereas some teams have two or three ways of hurting you, Liverpool have five or six. You have to respect all of them. Nullify them best we can and try to focus on us a little bit and what we do. Our way of playing won't change for this game from any other."
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No real surprise to see Jurgen Klopp make 11 changes from the side that edged out Wolves on Thursday night. Fabinho, Joel Matip, Divock Origi and Dejan Lovren (captain) all feature along with January signing, Takumi Minamino. It's a mix of youth and experience with 19-year-old Yasser Larouci, 16-year-old Harvey Elliott and 18-year-old Neco Williams also included.
CONFIRMED TEAMS - SHREWBURY: O'Leary; Williams, Ebanks-Landell, Pierre, Love, Laurent, Goss, Norburn, Golbourne, Whalley, Lang... Subs: Murphy, Edwards, Beckles, Walker, Udoh, Cummings, Hart. /// LIVERPOOL: Adrian, Williams, Matip, Lovren, Larouci, Fabinho, Chirivella, Jones, Minamino, Elliott, Origi... Subs: Kelleher, Keita, Firmino, Salah, Oxlade-Chamberlain, Hoever, Alexander-Arnold.
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