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Liverpool won the Club World Cup final for the first time


Liverpool beat Flamingo 1–0 in the final of the Football Club World Cup played in Doha, Qatar. With this, Liverpool won their third title in 6 months. The only goal was scored by Roberto Firmino in the 99th minute. England’s football club Liverpool won the Champions League in June and then the UEFA Supercup in August.

Liverpool defender Virgil Van Dyk said – “2019 has been great for the club. However, we will not just sit satisfied with this. Some of the team’s shortcomings need to be overcome. We will try hard to win the title further.”

The match played at Doha’s Khalifa International Stadium was thrilling. At one time, this match was going towards the draw, but in injury time, Firmino scored the team for the first time to win the club World Cup title. Monterey was beaten 2–1 by Liverpool in the semi-finals of the tournament. The match was also going towards a 1–1 draw, but even then Firmino scored the decisive goal in the 99th minute to lead the team to the final.

On 2nd June, Liverpool defeated Tottenham Hotspur 2–0 in the Champions League final. He held this title for the sixth time. Liverpool became champions after 14 years. He last won the title in 2005 after beating Italy’s Milan club. Mohammed Salah and Divock Origi scored for Liverpool in this match played at the Wanda Metropolitano Stadium in the Spanish city of Madrid.

Liverpool won the UEFA Supercup by beating Chelsea on 15th of August. The match was a 2–2 draw. Liverpool then defeated Chelsea 5-4 in penalties. Sadio Mane scored both goals in the 48th and 95th minutes for Liverpool in the final played at Vodafone Arena Park in Turkey. At the same time, Olivier Giroud scored from Chelsea on 26th and Jorginho scored from penalty in the 101st minute.

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