Liverpool liquidates Brighton 4-0 showing huge dominance

BIRKENHEAD. Liverpool wipes out Brighton 4-0 with goals of

Liverpool liquidates Brighton 4-0 showing huge dominance

BIRKENHEAD. Liverpool demolishes Brighton 4-0 with goals of Gemma Bonner (27′), Shanice van de Sanden (43′), Ceri Holland (63′) and Sophie Haug (90′).

The match was played at the Prenton Park stadium in Birkenhead on Sunday and it started at 2:00 pm local time. The referee was . The weather was light rain. The temperature was quite cold at 5.21 degrees Celsius or 41.38 Fahrenheit. The humidity was 75%.​

Match Statistics​

  • 50 Ball Possession 50
Shots
  • 17 Total 8
  • 9 On Target 3
  • 6 Off Target 3
  • 2 Shots blocked 2
  • 36 Attack 42
  • 29 Dangerous attack 28
  • 0 Ball safe 0
  • 0 Penalties 0
  • 4 Corners 7
  • 1 Off Sides 1
Fouls
  • 7 Total 6
  • 1 Yellow Cards 1
  • 0 Double Yellow 0
  • 0 Red Card 0
Other
  • 5 Substitutions 5

The overall ball possession was just identical with both teams controlling the ball for 50% of the time.

Ball possession

None of the teams was particularly dominant in terms of ball possession. Liverpool was in possession of the ball for 50% of the time vs. Brighton that controlled the ball for 50% of the time.

Attitude and shots

Liverpool was putting more pressure with 29 dangerous attacks and 17 shots of which 9 were on target. This is one of the reasons why Liverpool won the match​.

Liverpool shot 17 times, 9 on target, 6 off target. On the opposite side, Brighton shot 8 times, 3 on target, 3 off target.

Cards

Liverpool received 1 yellow card (Sofie Lundgaard). On the other side, Brighton received 1 yellow card (Jorelyn Carabali).

Match Timeline

10'
Jorelyn Carabali- Yellow
Gemma Bonner(goal)Marie Therese Höbinger
27'
Shanice van de Sanden(goal)Sophie Haug
43'
46'
Geum Min Lee- sub ->Jenna Clark
Ceri Holland(goal)Sophie Haug
63'
68'
Julia Zigiotti Olme- sub ->Maisie Symonds
68'
Tatiana Pinto- sub ->Pauline Bremer
68'
Veatriki Sarri- sub ->Emma Koivisto
Leanne Kiernan- sub ->Shanice van de Sanden
72'
Lucy Parry- sub ->Emma Koivisto
82'
Missy Bo Kearns- sub ->Maisie Symonds
86'
Sofie Lundgaard- sub ->Katie Robinson
86'
Niamh Fahey- sub ->Jorelyn Carabali
87'
Sofie Lundgaard- Yellow
90'
Sophie Haug(goal)Leanne Kiernan
90'

Standings

After this match, Liverpool will have 14 points to remain in the 5th place. Talking about the opposition, Brighton will stay with 7 points to sit in the 9th place.

Next matches

In the next match in the Women’s Super League, Liverpool will play away against Leicester W on the 18th of May with a 2-1 head to head stats in favor of Leicester W (0 draws).

Brighton will play away agasint Arsenal W on the 18th of May with a 11-0 head to head statistic in favor of Arsenal W (0 draws).

Liverpool – Formation

Liverpool W
G
Teagan Micah 16.Australia
7.5
D
Grace Fisk 4.England
7.7
D
Jenna Clark 17.Scotland
7.1
D
Gemma Bonner 23.England
8.2
Goals27'
M
Emma Koivisto 2.Finland
7.3
82'
M
Fuka Nagano 8.Japan
7.0
M
Taylor Hinds 12.England
6.7
M
8.1
M
Ceri Holland 18.Wales
7.8
Goals63'
F
Sophie Haug 10.Norway
9.5
Goals90'
F
Shanice van de Sanden 19.Netherlands
7.7
72' Goals43'
Substitutes
G
Rachael Laws 1.England
D
Niamh Fahey 5.Republic of Ireland
6.4
87'
M
Missy Bo Kearns 7.England
7.0
86'
M
Sofie Lundgaard 15.Denmark
6.4
86' 90'
F
Leanne Kiernan 9.Republic of Ireland
7.3
72'
F
Melissa Lawley 11.England
F
Mia Enderby 13.England
F
Natasha Flint 26.England
F
Lucy Parry 32.England
6.7
82'

Liverpool started with a 5-2-3 line-up (5-2-3).

The manager Matt Beard decided to play with the following team: Teagan Micah (7.5), Jenna Clark (7.1), Gemma Bonner (8.2), Grace Fisk (7.7), Emma Koivisto (7.3), Marie Therese Höbinger (8.1), Fuka Nagano (7.0), Taylor Hinds (6.7), Shanice van de Sanden (7.7), Sophie Haug (9.5) and Ceri Holland (7.8).

The home team had on the bench: Rachael Laws, Niamh Fahey (6.4), Missy Bo Kearns (7.0), Leanne Kiernan (7.3), Melissa Lawley, Mia Enderby, Sofie Lundgaard (6.4), Natasha Flint and Lucy Parry (6.7).

Substitutions

Liverpool made 5 changes: Emma Koivisto for Lucy Parry (82′), Shanice van de Sanden for Leanne Kiernan (72′), Maisie Symonds for Missy Bo Kearns (86′), Katie Robinson for Sofie Lundgaard (86′) and Jorelyn Carabali for Niamh Fahey (87′).

Player of the match: Sophie Haug​

The most impressive player for Liverpool was Sophie Haug.

His rating is (9.5) with 1 goal, 29 passes (62% accurate) and 2 key passes. He won 7 duels out of 8. He performed 3 crosses.

Brighton – Formation

Brighton W
G
Sophie Baggaley 32.England
7.1
D
6.4
D
Guro Bergsvand 5.Norway
6.3
D
Jorelyn Carabali 14.Colombia
6.4
10'
M
Vicky Losada 6.Spain
6.4
M
Pauline Bremer 8.Germany
7.0
68'
M
Emma Kullberg 16.Sweden
6.4
M
Maisie Symonds 18.England
7.1
68'
M
Katie Robinson 22.England
6.6
M
Charlize Rule 33.Australia
6.7
F
Elisabeth Terland 11.Norway
7.3
Substitutes
G
Nicky Evrard 1.Belgium
G
Katie Startup 40.England
D
Poppy Pattinson 3.England
D
Li Mengwen 26.China
M
Veatriki Sarri 7.Greece
6.7
68'
M
Tatiana Pinto 17.Portugal
6.3
68'
F
Geum Min Lee 9.South Korea
7.0
46'
F
6.8
68'

Brighton started with an extremely aggressive line-up (3-4-3).

Melissa Phillips played with: Sophie Baggaley (7.1), Maria Thorisdottir (6.4), Guro Bergsvand (6.3), Jorelyn Carabali (6.4), Charlize Rule (6.7), Maisie Symonds (7.1), Vicky Losada (6.4), Emma Kullberg (6.4), Katie Robinson (6.6), Elisabeth Terland (7.3) and Pauline Bremer (7.0).

They had on the bench: Nicky Evrard, Poppy Pattinson, Veatriki Sarri (6.7), Geum Min Lee (7.0), Julia Zigiotti Olme (6.8), Tatiana Pinto (6.3), Li Mengwen and Katie Startup.

Substitutions

Brighton made 4 changes: Jenna Clark for Geum Min Lee (46′), Maisie Symonds for Julia Zigiotti Olme (68′), Pauline Bremer for Tatiana Pinto (68′) and Emma Koivisto for Veatriki Sarri (68′).

Player of the match: Elisabeth Terland​

The most impressive player for Brighton was Elisabeth Terland.

His rating is (7.3) with 29 passes (79% accurate) and 1 key pass. He won 9 duels out of 13. He performed 1 cross.

Results of the day

These are the results of the day in the Women’s Super League.​