Liverpool, one of the best teams in the Premier League, as well as England went against AC Milan. It was a pretty tough match but yet they came out victorious and made a record for themselves. The match was tense but here is how it all played out.
AC Milan scored the first goal by Tomori at the 29th minute to give them the lead. Things were looking bleak until Salah scored the equalizing goal at the. This guy made a record in the match by being one of the few players to score 20+ goals in more than 5 consecutive seasons for Liverpool.
The winning goal came from Divock Origi at the 55th minute. Origi scored the winning goal in the last match they had against Wolves and he repeated it again. Liverpool won 2 -1 against AC Milan.
The group they were in, Group B, was tagged "group of death because they had good clubs there. Porto, AC Milan and Atletico Madrid yet Liverpool was able to win all 6 of their matches making them the first England club in history to do so. They made a perfect record and survived the group of death. Bravo to them.
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