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Liverpool 3-0 Ajax

Liverpool qualified for the Champions League round of 16 thanks to three goals in 10 minutes either side of half-time at Ajax. Mo Salah, Darwin Núñeza, and Harvey Elliott scored as Jurgen Klopp's side secured a fourth consecutive win in Group A, but they had their fair share of early setbacks. Steven Berghuis struck the post when he should have scored, and Trent Alexander-Arnold denied Dusan Tadic the opening goal.

Liverpool were strong in the game, and they created enough opportunities to dispatch Ajax 4-1 in their last group game. If they win by more than 4 goals in Italy, they will finish top. Alexander-Arnold frequently intercepted passes on the right and found Elliott, who then looked for Salah in the space behind. Napoli will be tough opposition after their 4-1 defeat at Liverpool in Italy.

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