Liverpool wins 6 out of 6 games, becomes the only English club ever to do so in the Champions League group stages

Liverpool defeats AC Milan again in a close encounter in San Siro. Mo Salah and Divock Origi were on the scoresheet for the 2019/20 Premier League champions. s

Liverpool FC end their group stage game on a good note with a close win against AC Milan in San Siro (AC Milan’s home stadium). Liverpool became the one of two teams to win all the six games in 2021/22 Champions League group stage campaign. Erik Ten Haag’s Ajax is another team to do so who won their last game against the Portuguese club Sporting Lisbon to make it 18 points from 6 games. Also, Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool became the one and only English club to win all six games of a Champions League group stage.

Liverpool again made a comeback win against Milan as they already did it when these two teams met at Anfield. But that time the scoreline was 3-2 and on Tuesday night it was 1-2 to Liverpool. The Reds and Milan had a decent performance in the first half as before going to the tunnel for the break, the scoreline was 1-1. AC Milan’s newly signed Centre-back from the Premier League side Chelsea FC, Fikayo Tomori scored the opening goal of the game in the 28th minute. The central defender scored an empty goal after the reaction save from Alisson in the near post. But, the Reds didn’t let the opposition to be in the lead for more time as Mohamed Salah equalises on the rebound after AC Milan’s goalkeeper Maignan saved the shot from Oxlade-Chamberlain.

In the opening 10 minutes of the second half, it was all Liverpool as they were continuously asking questions to the Milan’s defence line. The Reds then pulled another goal when Divock Origi who scored the winning goal against Wolves in their last Premier League game, scores another winning goal in San Siro in the 55th minute. Again, this goal was on the rebound. All the three goals scored in this match was on the rebound but however, it seems Liverpool got more rebound opportunities than AC Milan, thus they were the victorious side after the final whistle from the refree.

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