Liverpool’s dominant performance against a struggling Leicester City side propelled them to a comfortable victory and extended their winning streak to seven games in the Premier League. The win strengthens their pursuit of a top-four finish, with only one point separating them from Newcastle and Manchester United, although Liverpool has played one more match.

Leicester City’s Dire Situation

The 2016 Champions, Leicester City, on the other hand, find themselves in a dire situation, having managed just one win in their last 14 games. Currently languishing in the relegation zone with only two matches remaining, their chances of avoiding relegation to the Championship appear increasingly slim. They now find themselves as the most likely candidates to join Southampton in the Championship next season.

Desperate for a positive outcome, Leicester City’s hopes were dashed early in the game when Liverpool launched a swift attacking move that culminated in Curtis Jones scoring a sensational goal. Despite some claims of offside, VAR confirmed that the Leicester defender had played Jones on, leading to his second goal of the match. Jones, in scintillating form, now boasts three goals in two games, providing a crucial spark for Liverpool.

Salah’s Playmaking Prowess

Adding to Leicester’s woes, Mo Salah showcased his playmaking prowess by delivering a hat trick of assists, the last of which set up Trent Alexander-Arnold for a magnificent curling strike into the top corner. Salah himself missed a late opportunity to further torment Leicester, but he could afford to smile as the game had long been decided, evident from the early departure of disappointed Leicester fans.

Liverpool’s Commanding Victory

Liverpool’s commanding victory not only solidifies their push for a top-four finish but also highlights the vast contrast in fortunes between the two teams. While Liverpool basks in their impressive winning streak, Leicester City finds themselves in a desperate struggle to avoid relegation. With only two games left, the pressure is mounting, and Leicester must conjure a remarkable turnaround if they are to salvage their Premier League status.