Liverpool’s stunning unbeaten run now stands at 40 Premier League games after Roberto Firmino’s 85th minute goal secured a hard-fought win at Wolves.Wolves looked on course to get something from the game after Raul Jimenez’ leveller six minutes after the interval, with Nuno Santo’s men then pushing for a winner. Getty Images - Getty But Jurgen Klopp’s men held firm and grabbed a late winner to send the away faithful delirious. The Reds needed less than eight minutes to take the lead. Trent Alexander-Arnold’s corner from the right was met at the edge of the six-yard box by Jordan Henderson and the Reds captain diverted it into the back of the net via a combination of his head and shoulder. There was a VAR review to determine whether it was handball, but the goa
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Marco Silva has the lowest points per game ratio of any Everton manager since Walter Smith. The Toffees harboured hopes of a top six finish this season, but find themselves in the relegation zone after eight games, despite spending close to £100million on summer transfers. Getty Images - Getty Everton are growing impatient with Marco Silva Silva is under increasing pressure after overseeing four successive Premier League defeats, with the most recent loss at Burnley on Saturday. The coach’s points per game (1.33) is less than his unpopular predecessor Sam Allardyce (1.42) and the lowest since Smith (1.15), who was in charge for fours years between 1998 and 2002. Worst Everton managerial points per game ratios since Walter Smith
DIVINE INTERVENTION Brazil had 26 shots on target but could not find a way past 10-man Paraguay during 90 minutes Gabriel Jesus scored the decisive spot-kick to send Brazil through to the Copa America semi-finals as they overcame 10-man Paraguay 4-3 on penalties. The Manchester City striker spared the blushes of Liverpool’s Roberto Firmino, who blasted his effort from 12 yards wide. Getty Images - Getty Gabriel Jesus scores the decisive penalty latest Man United transfer news live: Pogba pictured in leaked away kit, Wan-Bissaka close Pictured Photo of Wan-Bissaka in a Man United shirt emerges before official
MORE LIKE IT The Selecao put their disappointing draw to Venezuela behind them by romping to victory over the sorry Peruvians Brazil finally gave their fans something to smile about after romping to victory over Peru in their final Copa America group game in Sao Paolo. The hosts had been subject to jeers from their supporters following an unconvincing win over Bolivia and a disappointing draw against Venezuela. Getty Brazil put together a great performance when it was needed But those jeers became cheers on Saturday as the Selecao won 5-0 thanks to goals from Casemiro, Roberto Firmino, Everton Soares, Dani Alves and Willian. Brazil are now through to the quarter-finals after finishing top of Group A. The deadlock was broken by Real ...