Ruler POWER STADIUM, LEICESTER — The Community Shield vowed to be a story of two new strikers,
and that is precisely exact thing it conveyed, as Liverpool crushed Manchester City to finish Jurgen Klopp's prize assortment.
Darwin Nunez fell off the seat to wrap up a 3-1 triumph for the Reds.
Erling Haaland, in the mean time, battled to discover real confidence in his own cutthroat presentation.
In the yearly conflict of the prevailing Premier League champions and FA Cup holders, Liverpool started in the command,
with any semblance of Mo Salah and Jordan Henderson tracking down a lot of delight down their right flank.
In a first half naturally brimming with lost passes, poor contacts and minor blips of focus, the Reds struck through Trent Alexander-Arnold.
He gave Liverpool a merited lead with his work from the right flank twisting outwards onto the back post and in.
The head of Nathan Ake looked the ball on the manner in which in,
yet the objective principally came from both Alexander-Arnold and the one who helped him, Salah, being given a lot of space to work.