The Colombian Luis Díaz played his first minutes with Liverpool in the Champions League, in a match that his team suffered at the beginning but enjoyed at the endto beat Inter 0-2 and take an important step towards the quarterfinals of the tournament.
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Díaz came on in the 59th minute, replacing Sadio Mané, and coach Jürgen Klopp’s idea was to send him to the same area that the Senegalese normally moves through, starting from the left wing, but looking to join up with his attacking partners.
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The Colombian came on fire: Shortly after stepping onto the pitch, he had a good combination with Andrew Robertson, setting him up to launch the pass into the middle, but the Scot couldn’t capitalize on it.
Subsequently, Díaz went on to play a little more in the center and entered the area diagonally to then take out a good shot, which was rejected by a rival defender.
The peasant did not participate in any of Liverpool’s goal actions: the first was a header by Firmino after a corner kick and in the second he headed to the same area from where the rebound that Salah took to score the second was born. .
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The tackle was a good show of confidence from Klopp, who had already showered him with praise before the game against Inter. Little by little, Díaz tries to make his way through the Liverpool figures.
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