Liverpool beat Ajax by three goals and accompanied Napoli to the round of 16 of the Champions League

Amsterdam: Liverpool qualified for the round of 16 of the Champions League after beating their host Ajax Amsterdam 3-0 today Wednesday in the fifth round of the first round of the competition. Liverpool raised the score to 12 points in second place, three points behind leaders Napoli and nine points behind Ajax, who are in third place. Liverpool advanced in the 42nd minute with Mohamed Salah, before Darwin Nunez added the second goal in the 49th minute. In the 52nd minute Harvey Elliott scored the third goal for Liverpool. In the same group competitions, Italian Napoli consolidated their advantage in the group by beating Scottish host Rangers 3-0. Napoli advance with Giovanni Simeone on 11 ‘, before the same player scored the second goal on 16. At 80’ Leo Ostegaard scored the third goal for Napoli. Napoli has raised the score to 15 points in topped the table after winning the five games played so far, and had ensured his ascent to the round of 16 of the previous round. The Rangers are instead in bottom of the standings without draw. The match began with pressure from Liverpool, who tried to score a goal in advance in the goal of his opponent, relying on his Egyptian top scorer, Mohamed Salah, who scored three “hat-trick” goals against Rangers in the last round, which ended with the English victory 1/7 and after many wasted chances by the Liverpool.Salah managed to score the first goal in the 42nd minute, as colleague Jordan Henderson ran from the left, to play him a cross inside.area of rigor, and Salah puts it brilliantly in goal, scoring the first goal. A minute after Liverpool’s advance, Darwin Nunez missed the chance to score the second goal, after throwing a ball away from the goalkeeper’s empty net, to lose his side the opportunity to add the second goal. With the start of the second half, Liverpool continued their superiority over their opponents and launched several attacks on the opponent’s goal, who contented himself with defensive muskets for fear of receiving more goals. In the 49th minute Liverpool managed to score the second goal with Nunez, who received a cross from colleague Andrew Robertson, head in net. Three minutes after the second goal, Liverpool managed to score the third with Harvey Elliott, who received a superb pass from Mohamed Salah, to hit a powerful ball that hit the Ajax goalkeeper’s net. Liverpool continued to put pressure on the opponent, who came out of his areas, trying to preserve his chances of returning in field, but failed, especially with the great defensive strength of the English and goalkeeper Alison Becker. The remainder of the second half saw nothing new, so the referee blew the whistle with a 3-0 win for Liverpool. (Dpa)