Beat Ajax 3-0, Liverpool Hold The Last 16 Ticket


Liverpool make sure you qualify for the round of 16 Champions of La Liga. This is after “The Red” won 3-0 Ajax on the fifth day.

From Ajax-Liverpool took place at the Johan Cruijff Arena, Thursday (27/10/2022) early in the morning WIB. The hosts had spread threats early in the match, but a poor finish wasted chances.

Liverpool slowly found the pace of the game and managed to score a goal in the 42nd minute with Mohamed Salah. The 1-0 score lasted until half time.

At the start of the second half, the visitors took the kick-off and scored two more goals. Darwin Nunez’s header and Harvey Elliott’s goal gave Liverpool a comfortable lead.

This victory ensured Liverpool’s qualification for the round of 16 of the Champions League. Juergen Klopp’s men have 12 points in five games, three behind Napoli.

Ajax will fight for a ticket to the Europa League with Rangers, with the two less than three points. These two teams will face each other on Matchday 6, the last match of the group stage in Ibrox, Glasgow.


The course of the game

Liverpool almost conceded a goal when the match had been running for three minutes. Ajax entered from the left and Steven Berghuis freed himself after receiving a cross from Brian Brobbey. With a wide open shooting range, Berghuis’s shot just hit the post!

Liverpool are quite overwhelmed by Ajax’s aggressive pressure. Berghuis experiment at 16 ‘still on the side. Moments later, Jorge Sanchez’s hard kick from the front of the penalty area could still be secured by Alisson Becker.

Liverpool have started to find the rhythm of the game. Andy Robertson’s cross in the 29th minute tried to be grabbed by Mohamed Salah with a volley but still hit the Ajax defender.

Robertson escapes from the left and receives a through ball from Roberto Firmino. He tried to direct a direct shot, instead of delivering a shot pass, and his effort went to the side of the net.

Almost Liverpool conceded a goal in the 36th minute. Joe Gomez’s rebuff hits Ajax side and becomes an opportunity for the hosts, with Steven Bergwijn on the right. Dusan Tadic’s cross was found free on the left and his shot was blocked by Trent Alexander-Arnold.

Harvey Elliott experimented from outside the box in the 41st minute. Still easy for Remko Pasveer.

OBJECTIVE! Liverpool took the lead in the 42nd minute. Jordan Henderson ran off to the left and crossed over. Salah, who was unmarked, receives the ball, skillfully beating Pasveer who goes on throwing a small lob.

Polo shirt! Liverpool nearly doubled their lead in the 44th minute. Robertson crossed from the left and Firmio found him on the right.

In free position, Firmino chooses to pass again and is hit at the far post by Darwin Nunez, but only hits the post! The first half is over.

OBJECTIVE! Liverpool started the second half well and increased their corner lead in the 49th minute. Robertson’s decoy, led by Darwin Nunez, ends up in the right corner of the door.

OBJECTIVE! Liverpool scored the third goal two minutes later. Salah’s breakthrough lure received by Harvey Elliott running free on the right side. He completed his stab with a hard right shot that Pasveer was unable to block.

Ajax try to relaunch the game. Bergwijn’s shot in the 65th minute bounced again. Two minutes later, Kenneth Taylor’s goal to accommodate Tadic’s cross also missed the mark.

Ajax built from the left and Tadic crossed. But his attempt to cross was interrupted by Joe Gomez’s feet. The corner kick did nothing for the hosts.

Ajax once again threw away the chances in the 85th minute. Jurrien Timber pushed and passed a number of players, but his shot just deflected to the left of the goal.

The score does not change again until the end of the game. Ajax-Liverpool 0-3.



Ajax: Remko Pasveer; Jorge Sanchez, Jurrien Timber, Daley Blind (Owen Wijndal 58 ‘), Calvin Bassey; Davy Klaassen (Mohammed Kudus 58 ‘), Edson Alvarez (Florian Grillitsch 85’), Steven Berghuis (Francisco Conceicao 85 ‘); Steven Bergwijn, Brian Brobbey (Kenneth Taylor 63 ‘), Dusan Tadic

Liverpool: Alisson; Trent Alexander-Arnold, Joe Gomez, Virgil van Dijk, Andrew Robertson (Kostas Tsimikas 87 ‘); Jordan Henderson (James Milner 71 ‘), Fabinho (Stefan Bajcetic 71’), Harvey Elliott (Fabio Carvalho 71 ‘); Mohamed Salah, Roberto Firmino, Darwin Nunez (Curtis Jones 63 ‘)

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