Dominant Liverpool thrashes Arsenal at home


After their defeat to West Ham United in the last match, Liverpool returned to winning ways against Arsenal. In a very dominant performance, the Reds won 4-0 at home against in-form Gunners.

Liverpool controlled the game excellently giving Arsenal very little chance. Goals from Sadio Mane, Mohamed Salah, Diego Jota and Takumi Minamino capped an excellent night for 6-time European Champions.

It was a fixture that have not been favourable for the visitors as Arsenal suffer another defeat in Anfield. Liverpool keeps pace with the league leader Chelsea with the 3 points and moves to the 3rd position in the table. The defeat meant that Arsenal will remain 5th in the table with 20 points on the board.


The home side made two changes to the team that lost away to the Hammers. Thiago Alcantara came in place of captain Jordan Henderson in the midfield. While in defence, injury to Andrew Robertson meant that Konstantinos Tsimikas took his place.

Arsenal on the other hand made only one change to the side that won against Watford. In midfield, Thomas Party was chosen in place of Ainsley Maitland-Niles.


The Gunners came to Anfield in the hopes of ending their poor run in the stadium. Manager Mikel Arteta made sure that his team was compact and hard to breakthrough. Goalkeeper Aaron Ramsdale continued his excellent start in the Arsenal colours as he made multiple vital saves.

However, the match shifted gears soon after an argument broke down on the sideline. Both managers Mikel Arteta and Jurgen Klopp were involved in a heated argument that saw them both earning a booking. This motivated both the Liverpool players and the fans as they started piling pressure on the Arsenal defence.

This saw a result when Sadio Mane gave them the lead from an excellent cross from Trent Alexander Arnold free-kick in the 39th minute. The Reds doubled their lead in the 52nd minute through a cool finish from Jota.

The match was soon taken away from the Arsenal hand by two quick goals in the 73rd and 77th minute. The first of this was from a neat tap-in Salah, while Minamino completed the scoring. Arsenal never looked like they were going to score as the Reds walk away with another home victory over the Gunners.


Liverpool against Arsenal is the fixture that has seen the most number of goals in the Premier League era. And the final result didn’t disappoint, though it was not a pleasant one for Arsenal.

The Reds will now welcome Porto at home for their Champions League match. They will then host Southampton at the weekend for their next Premier League match. Arsenal on the other hand will look to bounce back against Newcastle United, who are at the bottom of the table.

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