Liverpool break club record in rout of Maribor

Liverpool break club record in rout of Maribor

Liverpool break club record in rout of Maribor

Maribor now sit fourth in the group table with just a solitary point earned on Matchday 1, which was followed by a 3-0 loss to Sevilla. In Group E, the Reds are now placed second, level on points with Spartak Moscow, but two points behind Sevilla after two draws in as many games. The Senegal worldwide suffered a hamstring injury during the global break which could keep him out of action for up to six weeks.

The Reds have been boosted by the news that Sadio Mane could be set for an early return from injury.

"We want to go to the next round and we know we now play Maribor twice".

This will be the first competitive encounter between Maribor and Liverpool.

The Slovenian outfit have only ever won one match against a team from these shores - a 2-1 victory over Wigan in the 2013-14 Europa League - and they have only one victory in Europe's premier competition to their name (D2 L5), and that came all the way back in 1999.

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Salah praised his team-mates after the game, saying that bad luck was the reason behind their recent bad form in the Premier League.

There was a huge upset in the other UEFA Champions League Group E game on the night, as Russian side Spartak Moscow spanked Sevilla 5-1 Otkrite Arena to be level on points with Liverpool.

Philippe Coutinho and Mohamed Salah also got in on the act before half-time, with the latter bagging a brace to help Jurgen Klopp's side to their own piece of history when it comes to English teams on the continent.

"They have had nine Champions League games so far (including qualification rounds) and that is quality and mentality".

But, the gulf in class between the two sides might just be enough for the Merseyside club to eke out the required result.

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