Today's Top Words:
liverpool klopp southampton jurgen anfield premier game against salah season win 40 would one had
Liverpool U19s coast to impressive win over Porto with last 16 in sight

Below is a summary of the full article. Click here for the full version or go back to LFC

Liverpool gave a hint as to their selection for the Champions League clash with Porto as both Conor Bradley and Owen Beck started in the under-19s’ 4-0 win at Kirkby.

There were a series of strong challenges from both sides, with the Porto youngsters performing some typical theatrics, while Fabian Mrozek was required to make a decent save at his far post.

Curtis Jones watched on from the sidelines alongside Vitor Matos, with one of the players to benefit from his absence, Tyler Morton, absent from the U19s group as he prepares for a possible Champions League debut.

However, two of the youngsters who could have hoped to feature – at least on a nine-man bench – instead started for the U19s in their UEFA Youth League clash earlier in the day.

He showed fantastic endeavour off the ball, too, as he tracked back all the way to Mrozek’s byline to thwart a dangerous run down the left flank from Porto.

Bradley and Beck took up their positions at right-back and left-back respectively, in a side that also included Kaide Gordon – ineligible for the Champions League – and centre-back Billy Koumetio.

With the first team already booked into the last 16 and with injuries throughout his squad, Jurgen Klopp is expected to rotate for the visit of Porto in Group B.
Click to visit This is Anfield | Click to return to LFC

OFFER - LFCLive Ad-free for just £3 year

Already signed up? Click here to login

Dont Buy The Sun

rss icon

Liverpool FC News - BeIN Sports Schedule - Internet Commentator Database - Shortwave Radio Schedules - Twitter - - Contact

©2018 LFC Live.

Valid XHTML 1.0 StrictDont Buy The Sun [Valid RSS]