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UCL: Sanusi Struggles In Porto’s Defeat To Liverpool; Messi Opens PSG Goal Account

UCL: Sanusi Struggles In Porto’s Defeat To Liverpool; Messi Opens PSG Goal Account

Nigeria defender Zaidu Sanusi was in action as FC Porto were thrashed 5-1 by Liverpool in their UEFA Champions League clash at the Estadio Do Dragao on Tuesday night.

Sanusi was in action for 56 minutes before he was replaced by Brazil defender Wendell.


Mohamed Salah and Roberto Firmino scored a brace each for the Reds , while Sadio Mane scored the other goal in the game.

At the Parc Princes, Lionel Messi scored his first goal for Paris Saint-Germain as Mauricio Pochettino’s side defeated Manchester City 2-0.

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Idrissa Gueye opened scoring for PSG in the eighth minute, while Messi added the second goal 16 minutes from time.

Moldovan club Sheriff recorded the biggest result of the day edging out former champions Real Madrid 2-1 at the Bernabeu.

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  • pompei 3 weeks ago

    Yeah, Sanusi was below par. But the big culprit for me was the Porto goalie. My o my, the lad had an awful game, and was largely responsible for the embarrassing score-line. Feeble at handling the ball, timed crosses poorly, just an inept performance.
    The biggest blunder was the 4th goal for Liverpool. Why on earth would a goalie rush out so far outside his box to challenge for the ball when your center back is already there? End result, Firmino came face to face with a yawning net, and calmly rolled the ball into it. With minimum fuss.
    I think soccer academies need a copy of this game, to show their aspiring goalies HOW NOT TO KEEP.

  • Ayphillydegreat 3 weeks ago

    That Wendell guy in my opinion isn’t any better than Sanusi. I really like the pace of Zaidu down the left flank. If only Porto had a very good midfield Sanusi would’ve been a major outlet for them to counter. He wasn’t really out of place facing off against Salah on that side. A tough day in the office for Porto.

  • At least sanusi is playing games again and open to selection. With time he would or should smoothen all the rough edges in his game.

  • I put the blame on the coach. His players selection is negatively impacting on the team chemistry. Zaidu was kinda affected by not having a continuous run of game time, even when he is a better option to his rival in that position. Sometimes these coaches just allow football politics to get the better part of them.

  • Peter Opotoboruwe 3 weeks ago

    Sanusi should never start ahead of Ebuehi. Even Brian Idowu is better.

  • Chibuike 3 weeks ago

    Sanusi is a world class player, don’t get a player can have bad day any moment