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Young players lead Liverpool to the FA Cup quarter-finals

Young players lead Liverpool to the FA Cup quarter-finals

Three Premier League clubs have reached the quarter-finals of the FA Cup. League leaders Liverpool beat Southampton 3-0.

In contrast to last weekend's EFL Cup title win, Klopp's starting eleven are still struggling. The crossbar and goalkeeper Kelleher prevent an early score of 0:1.

Liverpool made it 1-0 shortly before half-time through new signing Luis Koumas. Jayden Dance, another young player, consolidated the win with a brace (73rd and 88th).

In the quarter-finals, there will be a big confrontation against Manchester United, who can maintain its lead with a 1-0 victory over Nottingham. Casemiro scores the winning goal in the 89th minute, saving his team from extra time.

Chelsea with a late winning goal

Chelsea narrowly defeated Leeds United, a team belonging to the second division, with a score of 3-2. Gallagher scores the decisive goal in the 90th minute.

The outfielder got off to the best start of the game when Joseph led off (8th). But the equalizer didn't take long, as Jackson passed the ball through the Leeds goalkeeper's legs to make it 1-1 (15th).

As the visitors increasingly fell behind, Modric made it 2-1 (37th place) after an assist from Sterling. After the start of the second half, Joseph scored the equalizer 2-2 (59'). The “Blues” did not offer much after that, but Gallagher saved his team with a 3-2 victory in the 90th minute. The Londoners now face Leicester City outside their homeland.

Wolverhampton Wanderers defeated Brighton 1-0 and will face Coventry at home in the quarter-finals.

The quarter-final matches will be held on March 16 and 17.

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