Wout Faes helps Liverpool with two own goals

Premier League

In a Premier League match, Liverpool hosted Leicester. Dewsbury Hall’s opening goal for Leicester made the first half of the game far too tight. Although Klopp’s team did not play at its best in the opening 45 minutes, they were able to capitalize because of Wout Faes, who scored two own goals for Liverpool.

After gliding through the Liverpool defense in the fourth minute, Kiernan Dewsbury-Hall gave Leicester the lead. But that served as Faes’s double dose of humiliation.

His evening deteriorated seven minutes later. Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain put Darwin Nunez through, but his attempt to lob the ball over Ward hit the post. Faes was able to hammer the ball into his own net as the ball came back, though.

Leicester made a valiant effort to get an equalizer in the second half, but Liverpool’s defense prevented them from doing so. Nunez also produced a number of opportunities, but despite his best efforts and playing at home, it was not his greatest day.

As a result, Leicester dropped to 13th place and Liverpool remained in sixth place, two points behind the top four.

While everything was going on, West Ham‘s season came to an end when they were booed off the field after losing to London rivals Brentford 2-0.

Following West Ham’s sixth straight Premier League loss, goals from Ivan Toney and Josh Dasilva in the first half increased the pressure on manager David Moyes. While Brentford moved up to ninth, West Ham is only one spot above the relegation zone.

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