Liverpool decimate Leeds to blow title race wide open

Liverpool decimate Leeds to blow title race wide open

The Premier League title race has been blown wide open after Liverpool thumped Leeds United 6-0 at Anfield Stadium on Wednesday night.

Jurgen Klopp's men have now moved three points adrift league leaders Manchester City who now have as low as a four-goal difference over the Reds.

WuzupNigeria reported that City were dealt a major blow on Saturday when they fell to a 3-2 defeat against Tottenham who denied them a chance to go nine points clear of Klopp's side before tonight's clash with Leeds.

Egyptian star, Mohamed Salah, opened the floodgates with a penalty in the 15th-minute Joël Matip doubled the lead with a brilliant strike 15 minutes later.

Salah completed his brace in the 35th-minute to give Klopp's side a comfortable 3-0 lead into the break.

Sadio Mané added two more (80', 90') to make it 5-0 before another unusual goalscorer, Virgil van Dijk (90+3') rounded off the five-star performance to make it 6-0.

Liverpool are unbeaten in their last 26 home matches in all competitions (W19 D7); since losing six in a row at Anfield in a run ending in March 2021, per POOL.

The Reds are the only Premier League side not to lose in a home game in all competitions this season.

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