Leicester Vs Liverpool: Liverpool won the Boxing Day match for fifth time in a row, beat Leicester City 4–0 | Liverpool won 5 consecutive Boxing Day matches, beating Leicester City 4–0 - Online Betting Guides
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Leicester Vs Liverpool: Liverpool won the Boxing Day match for fifth time in a row, beat Leicester City 4–0 | Liverpool won 5 consecutive Boxing Day matches, beating Leicester City 4–0

Liverpool scored a total of 15 goals in the last five Boxing Day matches, not one against them
Roberto Fermino scored two goals for Liverpool, Milner and Arnold scoring one each.

Dainik BhaskarDec 27, 2019, 12:38 PM IST Sports Desk. England's football club Liverpool beat Leicester City 4–0 on Thursday night. With this victory, he scored 52 points in 18 matches at the Premier League point table. In such a match, any team can score the highest 54 points. Liverpool now take 13 points from second-placed Leicester in the points table. With this win, Liverpool won five consecutive Boxing Day matches for the first time. During this, he scored a total of 15 goals. At the same time, no team scored a single goal against him.

The first goal of the match for Liverpool was scored by Roberto Fermino in the 31st minute. Liverpool were 1-0 ahead by halftime. He hit fast in the second half. James Milner scored on a penalty in the 71st minute. Two minutes later, Firmino scored his second goal in the match with a direct kick from outside the box. Trent Alexander-Arnold scored the fourth goal for the team in the 78th minute. He also assisted two goals in the match.

Liverpool's 500 goals, led by manager Georg Klopp, are the largest in a 4–0 scoreline in the two top teams in the Premier League since 2011. Manchester City and Manchester United were the top two teams last time in October 2011. City then beat United 6–1. Firmino's second goal was Liverpool's 500th goal, led by manager Georg Klopp. At the same time, Milner has taken 19 penalty shots so far in the Premier League. 17 of them were converted into goals. Scored 13 goals on 14 penalties for Liverpool.

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