Roberto Firmino makes a splendid no-look pass against Norwich City in the Premier League game at the Carrow Road after winter break.
Liverpool returned to the Premier League against Norwich City at the Carrow Road, and Liverpool certainly got a tough competition from their league opponents for the most part of the game.
But this did not stop, Liverpool’s Roberto Firmino to show-off his samba style football, as the Brazilian forward produces an outrageous no-look pass in the game against the Canaries.
In the 15th minute of the game, Firmino received a ball from stumbling Gini Wijnaldum, the latter after delivering the ball charges forward, to which Firmino responds by scooping back to him, while not even giving a glance either to the ball or Wijnaldum.
Probably Firmino anticipated the position of the Dutch midfielder and knew nobody is around him and in the end, made a skilful pass, although, it did not help much as Liverpool failed to convert anything out of it.
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The game remained goalless for the most part of the game, but Norwich City came close to secure a goal but the Reds managed to escape with minuscule differences.
On the contrary, Liverpool managed to break the deadlock, credits to Sadio Mane, who came off the bench to make an immediate impact on the game and score the goal in the 78th minute, which helped Liverpool earning 3 points.
Earlier, it seemed that Liverpool will end up dropping points after long, but with the lone goal in the game, Liverpool managed to survive and are on the top of the table with 25 points lead.
This is the 12th game in the season by Liverpool, where they have managed to earn a win by a margin of a single goal out of their 25 wins. With this, Jurgen Klopp is near to win the Premier League for Liverpool.