Liverpool went to Newcastle United in search of a victory to maintain their title office, and that's exactly what they got.

The Reds returned to the top of the table, after playing a match more than Manchester City, thanks to a 1-0 victory filled thanks to a first half goal by Naby Keita.

Manager Jurgen Klopp has brought a number of changes, including James Milner in the midfield and Joe Gomez on the right back,

and visitors seemed a little uncertain very early because the Magpies caused problems with their pressing and their Number in attack.

Liverpool started to grow up in the game, however, finding time and space to slow down things and enter their rhythm, and it did not take long to harvest rewards.

Their objective was controversial, Newcastle wanting a fault for a late challenge to Milner on Fabian Sucar, who remained below, 

but referee Andre Marriner was not moved. The Reds still had work to do when Jordan Henderson swept the ball widely: Keita combined well with Diogo Jota before running to the right,

kept his composure to bypass Martin Dubravka, before finishing Long after the two defenders on the line.

From that moment, it was quite professional from Liverpool, even if Newcastle sometimes caused them problems with their direct approach and their energetic pressing.

Allan Saint-Maximin started in a central role, with the freedom to derive, but he did not really have an impact on the game, despite certain catchy moments.

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