Sadio Mane and Roberto Firmino

Alisson’s blushes spared as Liverpool hang on for 2-1 win at Leicester

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Full-time

Liverpool hang on at the King Power to clinch their 4th-straight win to start out the season!

FT: Leicester 1-2 Liverpool

GOAL!

Leicester finally get their much-deserved goal as a shocking mistake from Alisson allows substitute Iheanacho to square to Ghezzal, who finds the net with ease!

Game on!

Unlucky

Amazing that Leicester haven’t at least managed to pull a goal back here, with only a stunning Joe Gomez block and Wes Morgan’s heavy touch having prevented the Foxes from finding the net!

Second-half

We’re back underway!

Half-time

Liverpool take a comfortable 2-goal lead into the break.

GOALL!!!

Roberto Firmino makes it 2!

A corner from the right is planted on the head of the Brazilian, who does brilliantly to bury his effort into the ground and in at the near post!

Save

A superb move from Leicester eventually sees Ghezzal slip Gray through, but his strike at goal under pressure is well saved by Alisson.

In front

Brilliant work down the left by Robertson eventually sees the ball ricochet to the feet of Mane in slightly fortunate circumstances, but the African attacker’s left-footed finish is unerring past the helpless Kasper Schmeichel.

GOALLL!!!

Liverpool are in front through Sadio Mane!

What a miss!

Kasper Schmeichel first does well to stop Roberto Firmino’s effort, before Mo Salah somehow screws his follow-up wide of the target!

Kick-off

We’re underway at the King Power Stadium!

Christian Fuchs finds the top corner

Shot-stopper extraordinaire

Jurgen Klopp on Henderson replacing Keita

‘I thought it made sense for the game today. We have to [be], if you want, rock solid, in all departments because Leicester is a good football-playing side, so we need to defend very well, to be really compact and all different things so it helps when the boys are used to this.’

‘This midfield played pretty much the last third of the last season unchanged, so that’s the reason.’

‘On the other hand, it’s about being fresh and all that stuff.’

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This could be a cracker at the King Power.

Leicester’s 2-1 defeat at Old Trafford on the opening day raised speculation that Claude Puel was about to be sacked.

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Leicester beat Wolves 2-0 and then a stoppage time winner from Harry Maguire saw them come from behind to beat Southampton 2-1.

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