Liverpool Won Club World Cup Title For The First Time

Liverpool Won Club World Cup Title

The only goal scored by Roberto Fermino in extra time helped Liverpool beat the Flamingo 1-0 in the final to clinch the Club World Cup title for the first time. Jurgen Klopp, the manager of English football club Liverpool, called the title win extremely sensational.

Both teams failed to score goals in the final, which was played late Saturday at the Khalifa International Stadium. Then in extra time, on a pass from Sadio Mane in the 99th minute of the game. Fermino dodged Flamingo goalkeeper Diego Alves to get the ball to the goal post. This goal by Brazilian international player Fermino proved to be a heartbreaker for his country’s club Flamingo. And Liverpool scored the title thanks to this only goal.

Liverpool Won Club World Cup Title

However, before this, Fermino had several chances to score. But due to bad luck, he had to wait for extra time to get the goal. Fermino also scored a decisive goal in Injury time against Monterrey in the semi-finals of this tournament. Liverpool’s manager Klopp praised Fermino fiercely after the bout.

Liverpool also receives a penalty kick in the match in the match but prevented from taking it with the help of a video assistant referee (Var). Flamingo also played well in this match, but his luck could not support him either. Earlier, Flamingo defeated Liverpool in the 1981 Intercontinental Cup, but this time he could not repeat that performance. Meanwhile, Monterrey defeated Al Hilal to finish third in the tournament.

Now look at the domestic league: Liverpool won the third title in the last six months. Prior to the Club World Cup. He won the Champions League in June and the UEFA Supercup at the start of the season. Liverpool will now enter the English Premier League with title hopes, where they are currently at the helm. Liverpool defender Virgil van Dijk said that the year 2019 has been memorable for Liverpool. But we should not satisfied with it. We must keep going and keep winning the title.

Qatar’s success: 2022 FIFA World Cup host Qatar has called the Club World Cup a successful test. Before the final of the Club World Cup, the World Cup Supreme Committee General Secretary Hassan Al Thawadi said that this small country would able to handle a large number of football spectators.