Liverpool struggles to break down Bournemouth at the Vitality stadium

Liverpool and Bournemouth don't do any damage to each other at HT.

By Emmanuel Mendez

Bournemouth and Liverpool are currently drawing 0-0 at halftime.
Bournemouth and Liverpool are currently drawing 0-0 at halftime.
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Bournemouth and Liverpool are currently playing a 0-0 Premier League clash in the Vitality stadium. Bournemouth started off electric, getting four corners in the first six minutes. Liverpool struggled to create a good chance for them to score.

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Bournemouth did sense a bit of trouble while playing from the back as the Liverpool forwards were pressing high. Bournemouth did look comfortable building up from the back, and their wingers looked ready to attack Liverpool’s fullbacks.

Liverpool are currently relying on 19-year-old Conor Bradley and an out-of-position Joe Gomez, who has delivered as a left-back the past few games, even though he is right-footed.

In the 18th minute, Alexis Mac Allister took the first shot for Liverpool but did not trouble Bournemouth’s Neto as it went wide. Mac Allister has made some great progressive passes, but the Liverpool attackers are struggling to generate any danger. After the shot, Liverpool maintained more possession while Bournemouth organized themselves well in the back.

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Liverpool got closer while Luis Diaz received a high foot on his shin

Darwin Nunez took the first shot on target of the game, but it was easy for Neto to catch. Liverpool has slowly grown into the game after a dull first ten minutes of the game. Liverpool would keep trying, but late in the game, Luis Diaz went down after a high foot from Kluivert. Diaz walked it off, but Liverpool was asking VAR for a red card. The VAR did not check it, and Kluivert remained in the game.

The game is currently 0-0 at halftime and Liverpool will need a big second half if they want to go five points clear at the top of the Premier League table.

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