Half-time saw Shinji Okazaki get replaced by Ahmed Musa, a positive change for the foxes.
After just 4 minutes Leicester City recieve their first corner of the half, however Liverpool goalkeeper Mignolet punches the ball clear, not before giving Robert Huth a bloody nose.
In the 51st minute, Liverpool again, tried to play out from the back and again looked unconvincing, with Mignolet clearing the ball just in time after positive pressing from the blues.
A positive start to the second half from Leicester City was cut short after Adam Lallana blasted the ball home to put Liverpool two goals ahead for the second time.
His Gerrard-esque strike flew into the top corner, there was nothing Kasper Schmeichel could do about that one.
In the 75th Minute, PFA Player of The Year Riyad Mahrez made a good run from the right side of the pitch, cutting inside and having his shot deflected out for a corner. A positive run from a player who’s had a very off day.
2 minutes later, Ahmed Musa floats a perfect cross to Jamie Vardy who rises well to meet it, unfortunately for the travelling side, the ball went straight to Mignolet.
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Commiserations again for Leicester City in the dying minutes of the game, whilst pressing high up the field looking for a goal to get back into the game, Liverpool break at pace.
Schmeichel charged off his line to meet Mane but the Danish international is too slow as Mane thunders past him and sets up Firmino for his second of the game.
The game ended 4 – 1 to Liverpool and Leicester City still haven’t managed to claim 3 points at Anfield in 16 years. Better luck next season, assuming the foxes avoid relegation.
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