Liverpool sets new unbeaten home record after defeating Leicester City by 3-0

In English Premier League, Leicester City was defeated by champions Liverpool in Anfield.

They won the game in the first half, establishing a two-goal lead, before Roberto Firmino hit the post twice in the second half, and scored a headed third with five minutes to go. It was an emphatic win, arguably their strongest performance of the season. Certainly, their most resolute.

Liverpool cruised to a 3-0 win over Leicester City on Sunday to set a new club record of 64 top-flight home matches unbeaten as Diogo Jota continued a remarkable Anfield streak of his own.

They won the game in the first half, establishing a two-goal lead, before Roberto Firmino hit the post twice in the second half, and scored a headed third with five minutes to go. It was an emphatic win, arguably their strongest performance of the season. Certainly, their most resolute.Patrick Bamford

In other match, Arsenal and Leeds played goalless match as N. Pepe received red card .

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