Leeds provokes Liverpool with slogans against the "Super League" and keeps it "sixth"
The match between Liverpool and Leeds United in the 32nd round of the Premier League yesterday witnessed the Leeds players wearing slogans against the "Super League", which major European clubs announced the launch of, including five English clubs, including Liverpool.
Before the start of the match, which was held at the Leeds Stadium, the players of the home team appeared in T-shirts with slogans against the Super League, confirming that "the ball is for the fans".
And this is next to a banner raised by a plane flying around the stadium against the Super League.
And saw the match, which was betting on Liverpool strongly to get a card in the Champions League next season, a shock to the "Reds" players after they failed to maintain their lead, and Leeds scored a late goal that prevented them from winning.
Sadio Mane scored the lead goal since the first half in the 31st minute, but Llorente scored the equalizer at the end of the match.
It is noteworthy that the Egyptian Mohamed Salah remained on the bench and did not enter until after the 70th minute.
Liverpool remained sixth with 53 points, two points behind West Ham, the fourth, who lost in this round to Newcastle 2-3, and one point behind Chelsea, who has a postponed match being played today at home against Brighton.
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