What happened to Liverpool in 2016?

What happened to Liverpool in 2016?

On 2 January, Liverpool lost their first game of 2016 at the Boleyn Ground against West Ham, 2–0, West Ham’s first league double against Liverpool in 52 years. On 5 January, Liverpool played Stoke away in the first leg of the semi-finals of the League Cup and won 1–0, with Jordon Ibe scoring.

Who scored the winner as Liverpool end pre season with a win?

^ “Ojo scores the winner as Liverpool end pre season with a win”. Liverpool FC. 2 August 2015. Retrieved 7 August 2015. ^ “Christian Benteke: Liverpool striker scores in Swindon friendly”. BBC Sport. 2 August 2015.

What is the score of Liverpool vs Carlise?

^ “Liverpool 1-1 (3-2 on penalties) Carlise”. BBC Sport (British Broadcasting Corporation). 24 September 2015. Retrieved 27 September 2015. ^ Begley, Emlyn (26 September 2015).

How many penalty shootouts have Liverpool won in the Premier League?

On 26 January, Liverpool played the second leg of their League Cup semi-final against Stoke, losing 1–0 on the night but winning the penalty shootout 6–5 and advancing to the final at Wembley Stadium. The win was Liverpool’s 11th success in 13 penalty shoot-outs in all competitions.

What was Liverpool’s last game of 2015?

On Boxing Day, Liverpool played Leicester City and went on to win 1–0 to a Christian Benteke goal in the 63rd minutes of play. On 30 December, Liverpool played their last game of 2015 against Sunderland at the Stadium of Light, where the team won by 1–0.

What is the official website of Liverpool FC?

^ “First Team”. www.liverpoolfc.com. Liverpool FC Official Club Website. Retrieved 7 August 2015. ^ “Toure signs LFC contract extension”. Liverpool F.C. 26 May 2015. ^ “Wisdom pens new long term LFC deal”. Liverpool F.C. 26 May 2015. ^ “Danny Ward agrees new reds deal”. Liverpool F.C. 23 June 2015. ^ “Škrtel signs new Liverpool contract”.

How did Liverpool spend £117m on new players this summer?

Hopes were high at Liverpool, after a miraculous title run the previous season had seen them finish runners-up to eventual champions Manchester City. Following the sale of star striker Luis Suarez in the summer, the club spent £117m on 10 new arrivals to Anfield.

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