Last night, the European summit took place, which was attended by the Spanish “Real Madrid” and its counterpart, the English team “Liverpool”, in the first legs of the 1/8 finals of the Champions League. Champions League 2022-2023
The Reds’ stronghold, Anfield Road, witnessed a crushing 5-2 win to the away side at the expense of the Agrarians in a two-team marathon showdown. , during the final price match of the Champions League.
Liverpool opened the scoring thanks to shots from Darwin Nunez and Egyptian star Mohamed Salah, while five Real Madrid players scored: Vinicius Junior (two goals), Eder Militao (one goal) and Karim Benzema (two goals). goals).
Hard insults against Liverpool from European newspapers after the defeat to Real Madrid!
Liverpool led the headlines of well-known European newspapers in their coverage on Wednesday morning, especially the British press, whose speeches were between sarcasm and insults after the heavy loss the Reds suffered in their own home from the Spanish side Real Madrid.
“Total Surrender” ran the headline in The Times on Wednesday.
She added: “Liverpool scored two goals in the first 14 minutes and then conceded five goals at home against Real Madrid.
While ‘shame’ was a Daily Mail headline that continued: ‘Red faces fill all parts of Anfield like Liverpool who lost 5-2 to the title holder after advancing with two goals’.
And the newspaper concluded: “Liverpool suffered the biggest defeat at home in Europe.”
The headline in the Mirror read: “Dazed”, confirming: “Klopp is in a state of collapse, he survived the worst European night at Anfield after Real Madrid crushed him by five points in 46 minutes.”
As for the newspaper Express, its headline was “torn apart” and reported: “The Reds suffered the heaviest European defeat at home.”
And the Daily Star featured in the headline “About Benzema” explaining: “Liverpool were beaten in their stadium last night as the magical Real Madrid managed to beat them by five goals.”
The Eye newspaper ended with the headline ‘Red Face’ which read: ‘Liverpool lost the lead with two goals in the first leg after being crushed by Real Madrid.