I didn't dare to write a one-day review of the shocking results of the game. The weather on Friday morning was already gloomy, but with Liverpool's defeat, it was difficult to control their condition and mood normally. Saying that the mood should not 스포츠중계 be an attitude was just an echo that stayed in the concept.
January was always tough for Liverpool. Except last year, when he showed crazy performances, he failed to show strong performances. Liverpool in January was weak as if they had caught a cold every time, whether they were eliminated from the FA Cup, performing unexpected prostitution, or digging a radish field.
Will it continue its tradition in January 2021? Liverpool faced a crisis after the match against Burnley, setting various records (and of course not all good records). The records are as follows.
Liverpool have made a difference in their starting lineup. Matip returned from injury and filled the gap of Jordan Henderson, who was excluded from the entry due to a minor injury, and added newness to the offense as Origi started instead of Firminu. On the other hand, Burnley came out with a 4-4-2 formation with two-tops Ashley Barnes and Chris Wood.
Liverpool used various routes throughout the first half to attack. Recently, I learned the word U-shaped build-up, which refers to a build-up that quickly switches left and right sides and plays with an offensive tactic used when the opponent's central defense block is thick. Liverpool used this U-shaped build-up mainly, with the quality and accuracy of the side cross significantly reduced.
The left and right side fullbacks, who were more than 30 minutes into the first half, swapped, and Chamberlain and Shakiri fired mid-range shots whenever they had a chance outside the box. I was frustrated and crazy because I didn't get a goal when I tried everything. The finishing touch was a one-on-one chance that Origi blew in the 40th minute of the first half. This scene was like Dembele, who blew up his chance at the end of the second half of the Champions League semi-finals against FC Barcelona. It's a double-track of defeat.
Fabinho's rough tackle at the end of the first half overheated a nerve fight between the players, causing the ending whistle to sound in a chaotic atmosphere.
The second half began in a worrisome atmosphere, perhaps due to the last-minute incident in the first half. The second half also took place under Liverpool's leadership. Soon after, Burnley's left fullback Charles Taylor was out due to a hamstring injury. He was a player who defended with a fairly dedicated play, but Liverpool could find a point of attack.
In the 56th minute of the second half, Origi and Chamberlain were out and Salah and Firminu were put in. As the main strikers were deployed, it was worth looking forward to scoring. However, none of the wife line's dull offense, Arnold's sharp cross-firing, and the midfielder's unclear passing and shooting were right. Sala's decisive shot was even blocked by goalkeeper Nick Pope, and Firmino's shot was seriously off the mark. Rather, Burnley, who put Goodmundson in, pulled the reins of the attack and threatened Liverpool's goal intermittently.
Eventually, things broke out. In the 81st minute of the second half, Barnes, who had fallen vaguely after the set piece situation, competed to the end and created a one-on-one chance, which was not properly cut by goalkeeper Alisson and committed a foul. As expected, a penalty was declared, and Barnes scored. Barnes was eager to miss, but it didn't happen. As soon as the goal went in, my expectation of finishing the Anfield home undefeated came like a tide