Liverpool on Wednesday scored Aletico Madrid after they met in the Champions league giving Liverpol the team likely to top in the group. Liverpool qualified for the last-16 of the Champions League after a 2-0 win against Aletico Madrid. Liverpool is in second position now.

In the 13 minutes, Diogo Jota secured a goal and Sadio Mane to tap home eight minutes later. Unlike the previous meeting in Madrid, there was to be no reaction by Diego Simeone’s men as Felipe was shown a straight red card on 36 minutes for a foul on Mane. It was unclear whether the defender was sent off for the foul or for dissent after refusing to acknowledge being summoned by the referee Danny Makkelie.

Early goals by Diogo Jota and Sadio Mane, both created by Trent Alexander-Arnold, put the Reds in full command and there was no way back for the Spanish side once Felipe was sent off before half-time.

Another goal was scored by Jurgen Klopp’s which was ruled out as offset by the video assistant referee.

This gives Liverpool bravery through to the knockout stage with two games to spare, this two games gives them the likely chance to top the group.

SkyNet News find out that from 6 April 2021, Liverpool has not had any defeat for 25 matches, when they lost to Real Madrid in the quarter-finals of last season’s Champions League.

When the two teams met, there was a possibility of loosing and wining reflected by the mood inside Anfield right from the start, and this game did not lack controversy either.

Alexander-Arnold put the first goal on a plate for Jota after Liverpool took about 10 minutes to find their feet but then tore into Atletico and began creating chances.

Two goals are worth enough to secure the points in the group. The game effectively ended as contest when Dutch referee Danny Makkelie decided that Felipe’s swipe at Mane’s heels was enough for a straight red card.