Liverpool were held in check on the lawn of Leeds (1-1), this Monday evening, as part of the 32nd day of the Premier League.
A week after creating the feat against Manchester City at the Etihad Stadium (2-1), Leeds snatched a point from the deserved draw (1-1) on Monday at Elland Road, ahead of the defending champion, Liverpool .
A meeting which took place in a heavy atmosphere. Despite the absence of supporters, many banners were displayed in opposition to the creation of the Super League.
On the ground, Jürgen Klopp’s men dominated the debates in the first period, logically opening the scoring thanks to Mané (0-1, 31st). But during the second act, it is the Peacocks who have been the sharpest. And Llorente chose his moment well to score his first goal of the season (1-1, 87th).
A draw synonymous with a very bad deal for the Reds, who remain sixth in the Premier League, two lengths behind fourth, West Ham. Marcelo Bielsa’s troop remains 10th.