Fabinho scored the only goal as Liverpool beat Burnley 0-1 away from home, MySportDab reports.
First Half Report
The game started with both clubs unable to get control of things which was looking a bit shaky for them as all they couldn’t make anything happen.
Liverpool dominated things from kickoff as they tried every way possible to score the opening goal which failed to happen for them as it carried on.
More opportunities were created as the first half progressed with Burnley getting some good opportunities which unfortunately couldn’t result in anything happening despite going close.
Fabinho scored in the 40th minute of the first half which saw the Reds taking a 0-1 lead after an amazing buildup saw the Brazilian smashed one past the goalkeeper.
Nothing changed as the first half progressed and finally came to an end with Liverpool taking a narrow 0-1 advantage into the break against Burnley.
Second Half Report
Good football coming from both sides who pushed forward with hopes of getting something which could either increase things or level up.
But let were poor in getting anything done but managed to push forward with something promising which wasn’t enough to see them coming back into the game that was moving on.
It was more of the opportunities coming with nothing hitting the back of the net as Liverpool carry on with their narrow advantage hitting the one hour mark between both team.
Good defensive display to keep themselves put from scoring as the game continued with so many opportunities continue to come but nothing was able to change the scoreline as it was.
The match ended with Liverpool recording a narrow 0-1 win against Burnley after 90 minutes of football in a game which could have ended another way after both teams gave a good account of themselves.
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