Luis Díaz and Liverpool added their second title of the season after winning the FA Cup this Saturday against Chelsea, in a game that was defined in the penalty shootout after 0-0 in 120 minutes (6-5).
The Colombian soccer player was the most destabilizing of ‘The Reds’ at Wembleyto the point of being named the best player of the match. In the first half he always played behind Trevoh Chalobahto the point of winning the vast majority of duels against the Englishman and this being one of the strong sectors of Jurgen Klopp’s team.
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The imbalance down the left wing was so notorious for Liverpool that Chelsea manager Thomas Tuchel had to move to a line of fourwhere Reece James fixed the peasant more in that sector.
Luis Díaz had several scoring options, the clearest about the first half in an action where the goalkeeper Edouard Mendy took the shot at the goal with his feet. In addition, he had four shots that went wide and a shot to the post. At minute 98 he was replaced by Roberto Firmino.
The 25-year-old winger from Guajiro, reached his tenth career titleafter adding 4 with Junior, 4 with Porto and the second with the English team, although he could add another two at the end of the season with the Champions League against Real Madrid and the Premier in case Manchester City gives up points in the last two games remaining.