“Another big win”, “I love this Liverpool side” – Liverpool fans react to 2-0 win at Cardiff

21 April 2019

A resolute performance saw Liverpool return to the Premier League summit after a 2-0 win over Cardiff.


Cardiff 0-2 Liverpool

Premier League, Cardiff City Stadium
April 21, 2019

Goals: Wijnaldum 57′, Milner pen 80′


Jurgen Klopp‘s side travelled to Cardiff on Sunday in search of three vital points in their pursuit of domestic glory.

The Reds were the dominant team from the off and had a plethora of chances to hit the front in the opening term, only to be frustrated by some poor finishing and a well-disciplined Cardiff side.

But as shown in recent weeks, Liverpool were up to the task as they hit the front through Gini Wijnaldum, before James Milner added the finishing touches from the penalty spot.

The result ensures the Reds move back to the top of the Premier League table with three games remaining.

Here’s how supporters reacted to the result on Facebook, Twitter and the This Is Anfield forums.

 

Fans lauded yet another impressive performance from Matip…

Matip outstanding, and considering we got him for nothing!”
Paul Heffernan on Facebook.

 

Many had rued the Reds’ missed chances at half-time, but patience and optimism remained…

“Keep composed, and our chance will come soon enough. Not the time to panic.”

macca1970 on the forums.

 

And it paid off as Wijnaldum found the breakthrough…

“That was fucking blasted!! What a pure hit by Gini!!!
So happpppppy for Gini!!

indianscouser on the forums.

“Great hit Gini. Get in.
Trent’s corners have been excellent today, finally one gets the treatment they deserve.”

ILLOK on the forums.

 

Salah’s penalty decision was as clear as you like for plenty of Reds…

“Definite agenda against Mo. Cast iron pen and Neville still moaning.

Quicksand on the forums.

 

And fans were overjoyed with another gutsy win as the title race continues…

“Brilliant, brilliant Reds. Another superb controlled performance when it mattered most. What a fuckin’ title race this is turning into!”

peter roberts on the forums.

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