Takumi Minamino scores twice and Caoimhin Kelleher saves penalty in Liverpool win – Spirit Sport1

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Highlights of the free match as Takumi Minamino hit a brace and Caoimhin Kelleher denied Christos Tzolis from the penalty spot in the first half at Carrow Road; Divock Origi scored another goal with a nice header

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Highlights of the Carabao Cup third round match between Norwich City and Liverpool

Liverpool qualified for the fourth round of the Carabao Cup with a 3-0 victory at Norwich after Takumi Minamino hit a brace and Caoimhin Kelleher denied Christos Tzolis from the penalty spot in the first half at Carrow Road.

The all-Premier League clash had the warning of both clubs making wholesale changes, 18 in total, and one of them – Minamino – sent the Reds forward in four minutes.

Jurgen Klopp’s side almost conceded before the break when the Canaries forced a shot on goal, but Kelleher came to the rescue and Divock Origi’s first goal in 12 months was followed by a second for Minamino to win. victory.

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A minute of applause followed before the game for the late Jimmy Greaves, who died on Sunday but remains the top scorer in the English elite with 366 goals.

Liverpool celebrate Takumi Minamino’s second

Greaves made his professional debut as a teenager and Liverpool’s Kaide Gordon, also a striker, did the same at Norfolk but a year younger, just 16.

To the right of a front three alongside Minamino and Origi, the former Derby trainee saw his fellow attackers combine into four minutes for the opener.

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Left-back Kostas Tsimikas punched a corner to the penalty spot and Origi headed for Minamino to shoot home on the six-yard turn.

Takumi Minamino opens the scoring for Liverpool in four minutes against Norwich in the Carabao Cup third round.

It was a nightmare start for Daniel Farke’s men, who had abandoned their usual 4-3-3 formation for three at the back in an attempt to stop their poor form but saw the visitors dominate the opening rally. Ibrahima Konate took advantage of a good opportunity with 13 on the clock.

Young Gordon gave a glimpse of his potential with a neat dribble to get away from Billy Gilmour before slipping past the post at low altitude.

Tzolis had been Norwich’s most dangerous player and a smart move created a chance for Adam Idah, but he could only wind straight up against Kelleher.

Liverpool celebrate Minamino opening at Norwich

The Canarian pair were involved again at the stroke of half-time when the hosts won a penalty after Conor Bradley, another teenager starting for Liverpool, knocked down Dimitris Giannoulis.

Greece international Tzolis stepped up, despite not being the designated shooter, but Kelleher saved the shot on goal with his legs before Reds captain for the night, Joe Gomez slipped in to deflect Idah’s follow-up effort in the 42nd minute.

Norwich’s Christos Tzolis misses the chance from the penalty spot to level the scores against Liverpool.

Norwich was initially in the ascendancy after the break and Pierre Lees-Melou inexplicably soared with only Kelleher to beat. It turned out to be decisive and three minutes later Liverpool doubled their lead.

Andrew Robertson’s assistant Tsimikas continued to make the most of his opportunity and again arrived at the signing where he helped Origi move to the far corner with 50 minutes left. .

Liverpool’s Divock Origi scores early in the second half to double the visitors’ lead against Norwich in the Carabao Cup.

It was the Belgian’s first goal in 12 months after scoring against Lincoln at the same stage of the competition last year.

Origi nearly became a supplier minutes later when he found Gordon inside the area, but the newbie seized the opportunity and sliced ​​it.

After a series of changes, Minamino added shine to the score with 10 minutes remaining as he dribbled into the box and passed Angus Gunn to make it 3-0.

Takumi Minamino scored his second goal of the night and Liverpool’s third against Norwich in the Carabao Cup.

This saw Klopp’s side advance to the fourth round with various starts and key men rested ahead of the trip to Brentford as Norwich suffered a sixth loss this season in another gash to their fragile confidence.

What the managers said
Norwich boss Daniel Farke: “We wanted to win the Carabao Cup and now we can’t. I’m disappointed with that.

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This saw Klopp’s side advance to the fourth round with various starts and key men rested ahead of the trip to Brentford as Norwich suffered a sixth loss this season in another gash to their fragile confidence.

What the managers said
Norwich boss Daniel Farke: “We wanted to win the Carabao Cup and now we can’t. I’m disappointed with that.

Norwich manager Daniel Farke was disappointed that Liverpool’s only three shots lead to goals in the Carabao Cup loss and was also annoyed that Christos Tzolis took his side’s missed penalty as he was not the designated lessee.
“I know how well I measure this cup and would love to win, but we also had to be smart in selecting our team and resting some players.”

On Tzolis’ penalty at Sky Sports: “It wasn’t on paper. So that means it was a big mistake. Listen, young guy, it was incredibly touching and excited, and that’s what happens to young players, they make the wrong decisions.

“I love this guy and he will be an important player for us in the future, and in general he had a very good performance, but trust me, in the dressing room it is clear that will never happen again. . He made the mistake in his career once, and trust me, we’ll make sure that never happens again. He apologized. “

Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp on Minamino: “Footballers want to play, that’s clear. He was with his national team, got injured and wasn’t in good shape, so it wasn’t like he hadn’t played for 60 weeks.

“It was the time after the injury but Taki is having a great time, training well and deserving both goals.

Jurgen Klopp considered his players’ performance to be mixed in the 3-0 victory at Norwich, but praised the young players for their impact in the Carabao Cup third round game.

On the debut of Kaide Gordon and Conor Bradley: “Kaide is good, that’s what this performance says about him. A lot to improve, a lot to work out and learn but already a lot is already there.

“We are happy to have him around and we will treat him with care because he is a great talent.

“Conor Bradley, Northern Ireland’s first player since 1954, if someone told me I would play it sooner but great game and Tyler [Morton] too, so I’m really happy.”

When is the draw for the fourth round of the Carabao Cup?
The fourth round draw will take place after the third round clash between Manchester United and West Ham on Wednesday night; kick off at 7.45 p.m. The draw will be live on Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Football.

Fourth round: October 26 and 27
Quarter-finals: December 21 and 22
Semi-finals: January 4/5 and 11/12
Final: February 27

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