The Statistics: Liverpool beat Leeds away

Liverpool won Sunday’s game away to Leeds in the Premier League. They were ahead 1-0 and only increased their lead towards the end. The game finished 3-0.

The visitors Liverpool scored the first goal when Mohamed Salah netted after 20 minutes, with an assist by Trent Alexander-Arnold, making it 1-0.

Straight after the break, Fabinho scored and increased the team’s lead.

Leeds’ Pascal Struijk was sent off in the 60th minute.

Liverpool increased the lead even more as Sadio Mane scored, with an assist by Thiago Alcantara, in the 90th minute. This brought the final score to 3-0.

The game was the fourth in a row without a win for Leeds.

Leeds have had a sluggish start to the season and have only two points from their first four games. Liverpool are on 10 points.

The last meeting between the teams ended in a 1-1 draw, with Leeds at home in April 2021.

Leeds are unbeaten at home, after one game. Liverpool have all wins after one away games.

Leeds have scored 4 goals. They have scored two goals at home. They’ve conceded 11 goals in total.

Liverpool have scored 9 goals in this campaign. Away from home they have scored 9 goals. They’ve conceded 1 goals in total.

Leeds have opened the score in 0 of their 3 of the games, and have a winning ratio of 0 percent when scoring the first goal. Liverpool have scored 66 percent of their goals after the break, putting up a +3 (4–0) goal difference.

After this game in the Premier League, Leeds will take on Newcastle (away) on 16 September 2021, West Ham (home) on 24 September 2021 and Watford (home) on 01 October 2021. Liverpool play Crystal Palace (home) on 17 September 2021, Brentford (away) on 24 September 2021 and Manchester City (home) on 02 October 2021.

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