Liverpool, Atletico Madrid Set Champions League Record At Extra Time

4 weeks ago abdul fathai 0

As European team keep testing the strength against each other in the prestigious Uefa Champions League game, Liverpool and Atletico Madrid game played at the Anfield Road stadium witnessed a dramatic game yesterday.

Liverpool had lost one goal to zero last two weeks at Wanda Metropolitan stadium and the Reds are hoping to upturn the one goal deficit just like what they did to Barcelona last season when they knocked out Barcelona at the Anfield Road stadium with four goals to zero. But this time, they find it hard to pull the string with a resilient Diego Simeone men.

The game between the two teams becomes the first ever game in the history of Champions League to see four goals scored in the extra time.

Liverpo had scored in the 43 minutes, thanks Wijnadum but a dramatic second half goals from Llorente in 97 and 105 minutes, and 120 minutes goal from Morata dumped the holder from the prestigious European game.

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