Football: Liverpool trample, Chelsea and Dortmund sure… Things to remember from Saturday’s European game

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on their part, Antonio Conte’s Tottenham got off to a good start to Saturday’s Premier League opener.

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Liverpool started with the trot. Title contenders confirmed, the Reds conceded a draw (2-2) on the Fulham grass on Saturday 6 August on the opening day of the Premier League. The Jürgen Klopp-led squad has actually done very well after being promoted to the top flight and having him lead twice (Mitrovic’s double) by the Cottengers. Mohamed Salah saved in the final minutes, and rookie Darwin Nunez scored his first league goal earlier.

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Chelsea were unbeaten by Everton (0-1). In a heated match, the Blues generally dominated the subject. Their salvation came from a penalty scored by Jorginho at the end of the first period. Tottenham fared much better by signing the card against Southampton (4-1). 2-0 v Aston Villa) also made a successful home debut.

Marco Reus goalscorer for Dortmund

In the Bundesliga, Borussia Dortmund scored their first win of the season against Leverkusen (1-0). An early goal from Marco Reus kept BVB on track and withstood repeated attacks from Bayer. Despite an excellent goal from Moussa Diaby and a goal disallowed by Ekquiel Palacios, the away side left empty-handed.

Elsewhere, Union Berlin defeated Hertha in the capital derby (3-1). Mönchengladbach equalized win over Hoffenheim, goals from Markus Thuram and Rummy Bensebaini made him a former Ligue 1 player, and finally, Werder returned to top his flight as his Bremen draw against Wolfsburg. (2-2).

Source: Francetvinfo

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