Jürgen Klopp’s team had to come back from LASK Linz’s initial goal in Austria
The ‘red’ team sealed the match two minutes from the end, with a goal from Mohamed Salah
A timely reaction in the second part prevented Liverpool’s failure against LASK Linz in Austriawhere he came back thanks to the Uruguayan Darwin Núñez and the Colombian Luis Diaz to begin the journey through the Europa League with a victory (1-3).
The box of Jürgen Klopp, a regular in the Champions League, has assimilated his participation in the second continental tournament. It cost the English team, who he found himself with the score against after a quarter of an hour. It was in a corner taken by Sascha Horvath that was picked up outside the area by Florian Flecker, who hit a shot past Caoimhin Kelleher.
Liverpool suffered, having to react to avoid the setback. He approached the second half in a different way and put the victory on track thanks to a penalty caused by Philipp Ziereis that Darwin Núñez converted in the 56th minute.
Stay minutes later, Luis Díaz took advantage of a pass from Ryan Gravenberch and put Klopp’s team aheadwhich sentenced the match to two from the end, with a bit of Mohamed Salah. The Egyptian, who came onto the field to replace Gravenberch to play the last quarter of an hour, scored a pass by Darwin Núñez.
Liverpool already dominates Group E that completes the Royale Union Saint-Gilioise and Toulouse.