DIOGO JOTA carved his name in the Anfield record books with the 10,000th goal in Liverpool’s history.
But if that was the highlight of a night when the Reds secured their second win in the Champions League to take control of their group, then there was more misery for boss Jurgen Klopp with yet another defensive injury.
This time Fabinho limped out of the fray on the half hour as he trudged off holding the back of his leg.
It is a nightmare for the Reds manager, who now has just one fit senior centre-half at the club…and even lost potential stand-in Jordan Henderson at half-time, after he took a whack on his ankle in a physical confrontation.
At least £45million summer signing Jota provided some relief for Liverpool, who struggled to impose themselves on their Danish opponents.
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October 28, 2020