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Live Reporting

Gary Rose

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  1. Post update

    There was no shortage of goals today (apart from at Turf Moor) so make sure you tune in to Match of the Day on BBC One and online at 22:25 BST.

    Barcelona are in action in La Liga, taking on Girona, and you can follow that game here.

    That's it from me. See you next time.

  2. 'I am struggling to digest it'

    Leicester 2-3 Liverpool

    Leicester boss Craig Shakespeare: "I am struggling to digest it myself. You come in and contribute to another fabulous game of football but ultimately came away with nothing.

    "Penalties are there and players have missed them before. Jamie will be gutted himself because wwe ould have come away with the points.

    "Disappointing thing for me was at 2-1 down we conceded a third goal. It was a difficult game for us - it ebbed and flowed but we go away disappointed."

  3. 'We are still here'

    Leicester 2-3 Liverpool

    Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp, speaking to BBC Sport: "It is not a time to be completely cool but overall I was happy with our performance. The boys deserved the three points. The free kick for the first goal was not a free-kick and it was a foul on Simon [for the second goal].

    "At the start of the second half we played the same football like Leicester - kinda hectic. Simon saved the penalty and then I think we really deserved the win.

    "I really thought in a moment like this so many things are positive. The three points are the proof for the public that we are still here, everything is good. Let's make the next step together."

    On Coutinho: "Nobody was in doubt about this. It is clear he is the highest quality player. We are happy to have him around."

  4. 'A big step forward'

    Leicester 2-3 Liverpool

    Liverpool goalkeeper Simon Mignolet, speaking to BT Sport: "I kept my cool head to try and save it and luckily it paid off. Three points away from home is the most important thing. The lads fought well and deserved the three points today.

    "You know when you play Leicester there will always be long balls. We showed character to get through the game and I think this is a big step forward."

  5. 'I needed my medication'

    Liverpool fan Steve on 606

    "I love football - it's the most passionate game in the world. I've been watching Liverpool for 50 years and I needed my medication tonight. That's what Liverpool do to you because they're so exciting to watch."

  6. MOTD running order

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    Where is your team on the Match of the Day running order? Here's Gary Lineker with the answer.

  7. Listen to 606 on 5 live

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    Got anything about today's games you want to get off your chest? Tune into BBC Radio 5 live right now for 606.

  8. 'We played some brilliant stuff'

    Leicester 2-3 Liverpool

    Liverpool captain Jordan Henderson, speaking to BT Sport: "I felt as though we defended well for the majority of the game. We played some brilliant stuff, especially in the first half.

    "Coutinho is a fantastic player. He produces magical things at crucial times of the game. This will give us good confidence going forward."

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    Peter Campbell: Terrible refereeing throughout, but got the win. Never know what to expect with Liverpool, but deserved it today.

    Chelsea Warrior: Vardy You have gotta work on adding some finese to your PK's #watchmessi

    Sadozie: Liverpool no way near the likes of Chelsea, United, Suprs & ManCity plus Arsenal will be there or thereabouts in PL this year!

  10. Post update

    Leicester 2-3 Liverpool


    Huge smile on Jurgen Klopp's face at full time. After a heavy defeat to Manchester City and a frustrating draw with Burnley, he needed this win.

    The three points move Liverpool up to fifth.

  11. 'Great advert for Premier League football'

    Leicester 2-3 Liverpool

    Terry Butcher

    Ex-England captain for BBC Radio 5 live

    Liverpool should have been out of sight but Leicester's spirit kept them in the game. Simon Mignolet went from zero to hero and what a great advert for the Premier League. Spectacular game.


    Leicester 2-3 Liverpool

    The free-kick is headed away and the full time whistle goes!

    Liverpool get the win. What a game.

  13. Post update

    Leicester 2-3 Liverpool

    Now Leicester have a free-kick just outside the area. Kasper Schmeichel is up for it...

    Kasper Schmeichel
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    Leicester 2-3 Liverpool

    Danny Simpson sends a cross into the box but Alberto Moreno hooks the ball away...

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    Leicester 2-3 Liverpool

    Jurgen Klopp turns his back on the pitch for a moment. Even he dare not watch.

    Big noise from the away fans. They are doing their best to help Liverpool get over the line.


    Leicester 2-3 Liverpool

    Yellow card for Jamie Vardy as he catches Alberto Moreno late. That eats up a few more seconds as Liverpool look to hold on.

  17. Post update

    Leicester 2-3 Liverpool

    The fourth official's board doesn't ease Liverpool fans' nerves. There'll be FIVE additional minutes.

    Ben Chillwell
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    Leicester 2-3 Liverpool

    Nervous times for Liverpool fans as Leicester win a throw high up the pitch. Ben Chilwell hurls the ball into the box but the whistle goes for a foul, much to the relief of the away end.

    Harry Maguire
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    Daniel: There’s 3 things certain in life... taxes, death and Liverpool’s defence will always fail them. Come on, don’t let me down.

    Danny: Not being able to defend a two goal lead is a massive issue. The penalty wouldn't be a concern if LFC could defend #kloppout

    Carl Jones: all the fans complaining about Klopp are forgetting how he looks after you by keeping LFC at the start of MOTD.

  20. Nervy finale

    Leicester 2-3 Liverpool

    Gary Flintoff

    BBC Radio 5 live

    The Liverpool fans look nervous. They have backed their side with song after song in the second-half. Now it is down to the 11 on the pitch. Can they get over the line?