Roberto Firmino Scores Fantastic Balancer Against Aston Estate On Last Anfield Appearance For Liverpool
Roberto Firmino denoted his last Anfield appearance for Liverpool by scoring a 89th-minute objective in Saturday's 1-1 draw with Aston Manor.
The famous Brazilian, who will leave Liverpool when his agreement terminates one month from now,
was given a thunderous applause when he entered the activity as a 72nd-minute substitute.
Firmino had Liverpool allies on their feet again subsequent to finding the net with a flying volley following a cross from Mo Salah.
That stupendous strike evened out the game at 1-1 after Jacob Ramsey had before terminated Manor in front.
Firmino has now scored 110 objectives in 361 games for the Reds.
Ramsey covered a low volley following a cross from Douglas Luiz 27 minutes into Saturday's down.
Manor had before botched a once in a lifetime chance to start to lead the pack when Ollie Watkins neglected to stir things up around town from an extra shot.
Liverpool felt that they had evened out 10 minutes into the final part yet Cody Gakpo saw his objective prohibited for offside following a VAR survey.
James Milner likewise fell off the seat to play his last home game as a Liverpool player.
Saturday's outcome finished Liverpool's run of seven continuous successes.
The Reds currently look almost certain to pass up a spot in next season's UEFA Champions Association.