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Liverpool qualifies for Club World Cup final with two goals in Monterrey

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Brazilian player Roberto Firmenio scored the winning goal for Liverpool in the last minute of the match against the Mexican team Monterrey.

which gave a strong performance against the European champions with all its stars.

Where the Reds progressed in the game after scoring the first goal in the 11th minute of the match with a shot by Nabi Keita after a pass from the Egyptian player Mohamed Salah.

And just two minutes later, the Mexican club scored the equalizer with Funes Mori in the 14th minute.

Firmino scored the winning goal in the last minute of the match after coming on as a substitute.

Club World Cup final between Liverpool and Flamengo

The match began strongly with both teams, especially Liverpool, to search for the first goal and qualify for the final match.

The match witnessed the presence of a large number of fans for both teams, especially for Liverpool, because of the participation of the Egyptian player Mohamed Salah.

In the 11th minute, Salah passed the ball to Keita, who hit the ball into the Mexican club’s net, to lead Liverpool in the result.

But just two minutes later, Funes Mori scored the equalizer after following up on a shot from Brazilian goalkeeper Alison Baker to finish it in the net.

And the first half continued on this result until it ended in the strong performance of the Mexican club.

Goal at the end of the match from Brazilian Firmenio

In the second half, Monterrey’s spirits rose, and the team almost scored the second goal in more than one opportunity.

Where the team relied on counterattacks, which almost caused problems for Liverpool players.

The tie lasted until the first minute of stoppage time until Firmenio managed to score the second goal for the English team and qualifies for the final match in the Club World Cup currently being held in Qatar.

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