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Liverpool Wins Again: 19-Year-Old Jones is Signed. City Falls

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Liverpool FC results getting better, after the heavy defeat against the City, find success by bending Aston Villa 2-0. Guardiola’s team defeated in Southampton. Draws in Burnley-Sheffield Utd and Newcastle-West Ham

The hangover has passed, Liverpool is back. Aston Villa holds on for seventy-one minutes, but when the Birmingham team begin to believe in the feat of snatching a platinum point from Anfield, Mané’s goal breaks the balance. Jurgen Klopp calms down as Dean Smith shakes his head. The German manager replaces Keita – signature of the 1-0 assist – and inserts the very young Curtis Jones, 19 years old, the best talent recently produced by the Reds academy. The midfielder, born and raised in Liverpool, in the club’s academy since 2010, has already signed two goals: the first in the FA Cup on January 5, decisive for the 1-0 in the derby against Everton, the second always in England Cup, against Shrewsbury, on 26 January. At 89 ‘Jones hit the 2-0, with a good right turn, realizing his first goal in the Premier League: indicative of the embrace with the captain of the Reds, Jordan Henderson. Liverpool gets back on their feet after the Manchester beating, rises to an altitude of 89 and with five games still on the bill aims to overcome the record of 100 points, established by the City of Guardiola in 2018.

The hangover has passed, Liverpool is back. Aston Villa holds on for seventy-one minutes, but when the Birmingham team begin to believe in the feat of snatching a platinum point from Anfield, Mané’s goal breaks the balance. Jurgen Klopp calms down as Dean Smith shakes his head. The German manager replaces Keita – signature of the 1-0 assist – and inserts the very young Curtis Jones, 19 years old, the best talent recently produced by the Reds academy. The midfielder, born and raised in Liverpool, in the club’s academy since 2010, has already signed two goals: the first in the FA Cup on January 5, decisive for the 1-0 in the derby against Everton, the second always in England Cup, against Shrewsbury, on 26 January. At 89 ‘Jones hit the 2-0, with a good right turn, realizing his first goal in the Premier League: indicative of the embrace with the captain of the Reds, Jordan Henderson. Liverpool gets back on their feet after the Manchester beating, rises to an altitude of 89 and with five games still on the bill aims to overcome the record of 100 points, established by the City of Guardiola in 2018.

MANCHESTER CITY KO THE OTHERS

If it is true that the first goal is never forgotten, the one achieved by Ché Adams at Manchester City has an even more important value: it is the first ever achieved by the forward with multicultural origins – father of Antigua, Scottish maternal grandfather – with the Southampton shirt after a year of waiting – it was purchased in the summer of 2019 from Birmingham City, price about 17 million euros – and it was a stroke of genius. Adams pounced on the ball badly managed by Zinchenko and invented a 40-meter lob, with Ederson out of the area: the Brazilian goalkeeper’s run-up is useless. Big party mates and, being the minute 16 ‘, still almost a whole race to play. The result, however, remained nailed on the 1-0 for Southampton, despite the assault of Guardiola’s team and the target shooting in which goalkeeper McCarthy was very good. The Saints also had a couple of chances with Redmond and Ings, but nothing to do: 1-0, Southampton at 43 and Manchester City returning to less than 23 from Liverpool, England champion.

Two draws in the so-called Sunday sub-highlight. Burnley-Sheffield United offers a draw that holds back the ambitions of Sean Dyche – who has long been on course with the owner – and Chris Wilder. Clarets forward with Tarkowski on 43 ‘: second goal of the season for the defender. Goalkeeper Pope denies the draw to the Blades with a major intervention on McBurnie. Vydra and McNeil waste the chances of 2-0 and Egan’s 1-1 come in the final. Sheffield Utd is eighth, Burnley ninth. Newcastle-West Ham delivers the 2-2 to the archives. Hammers twice ahead with Antonio (4 ‘) and Soucek (65’), a replica of Steve Bruce’s band with Almiron (17 ‘) and Shelvey (67′). David Moyes is disappointed: “I don’t discuss the players’ commitment, but we could have defended better and avoided the 2-2. Let’s take the point and move on,

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