Premier League clubs Liverpool, Tottenham and West Ham reached the fourth round of the FA Cup on Sunday.
At the “Anfield” stadium, Liverpool, who started the match with a second-tier squad grafted on some elite players, overtook him with a goal against his second-class guest, Shrewsbury, scored by Daniel Udoh (27), before responding with four equal goals over the two halves.
Cade Gordon (34), Brazilian Fabinho (44 penalty kick, 90 +3) and his compatriot Roberto Firmino (78) alternately scored goals for Liverpool.
The match witnessed the return of Liverpool coach Jurgen Klopp to the bench of the reserve players, after he was absent from the last match against Chelsea, after he was infected with the Corona virus.
Liverpool will miss the trio of Egyptian Mohamed Salah, top scorer in the English Premier League, Senegalese Sadio Mane and Guinean Naby Keita, after they joined their national teams participating in the African Nations Cup, which started on Sunday in the Cameroonian capital Yaounde.
The scenario of Liverpool was repeated, in the match between Tottenham Hotspur and Morecombe of the second degree, where the latter advanced to its host with the goal of bearing the signature of Anthony O’Connor (33), forcing the coach of the north London team, Italian Antonio Conte, to involve his powerful weapons in the second half, so he hit his top scorer Harry Kane and Brazilian Lucas Moura to turn things around In his favour, in the last quarter of an hour with three goals, scored by Harry Winks (74), Moura (85) and Kane (88).
On the other hand, West Ham deepened Leeds United’s surgeon by defeating them with two clean goals, scored by Argentine Manuel Lancini (34) and Jarrod Bowen (90 +3).
Wolverhampton won an easy victory over Sheffield United by three goals.
The victory bore a purely Portuguese flavor, as Daniel Bodens scored a double (14 and 80) and his compatriot Nelson Semedo, the other (72).
Later, Nottingham Forest will play in the first division with Arsenal from the Premier League, and this round will conclude on Monday with a meeting between Manchester United and Aston Villa.
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