Augsburg vs LiverpoolTeamvergleich: FC Augsburg vs FC Liverpool. BilanzSpieleFormWettbewerbeTeamHistorieTore. Gesamt Heim Auswärts. Gesamt. 0U1 1. Alle Spiele zwischen FC Liverpool und FC Augsburg sowie eine Formanalyse der letzten Spiele untereinander. Darstellung der Heimbilanz von FC Liverpool. Bis in die Nachspielzeit träumte Augsburg von der Sensation beim FC Liverpool. Dabei waren die Engländer gut. Aber Marwin Hitz war lange.
Liverpool-Augsburg UEFA Europa League 2015/16Liverpool - Jürgen Klopp und der FC Liverpool haben das Europa-League-Abenteuer des FC Augsburg beendet. Der personell dezimierte Bundesligist unterlag. Augsburg vs LiverpoolTeamvergleich: FC Augsburg vs FC Liverpool. BilanzSpieleFormWettbewerbeTeamHistorieTore. Gesamt Heim Auswärts. Gesamt. 0U1 1. Liverpool. Simon Mignolet Mignolet (TW). Nathaniel Clyne 2. Clyne. James Milner 7. Milner. Goal 5'. Philippe Coutinho Coutinho. Substitution 80'.
Liverpool Vs Augsburg Key Events VideoLiverpool vs Augsburg 1 0 Europa League 26 2 2016
Milner converted a fifth-minute spot-kick after a handball by Dominik Kohr to see his side's name in the hat for Friday's draw for the next phase of Europe's second-tier competition.
The Reds won the round-of tie on aggregate after the first leg had ended in a goalless draw last Thursday.
Jurgen Klopp made just the one change from that clash in Bavaria, with midfielder Lucas Leiva replacing Kolo Toure at the heart of Liverpool's defence, while centre-back Dejan Lovren missed out with illness.
Liverpool's manager had spoken pre-match about the need to make a fast start at Anfield, and that is exactly what his players did, albeit with some help from referee Clement Turpin, who awarded the hosts an early penalty.
Milner played a short corner to Jordan Henderson, who then swung a cross in from the right and under pressure from his own player Caiuby, Kohr handled the ball, with the French official deciding it was deliberate by the defender.
Coutinho picks up the pieces, but his attempt on goal is deflected away. That is Werner's last action of the match as he is withdrawn for Bobadilla.
The ball spills loose after their clash, but the hosts just about manage to clear their lines. Verhaegh wastes a decent opportunity from the set-piece, as he whips the ball right into the first man.
The players that lined up in the box for that one look very frustrated at the outcome. Stafylidis and Milner clatter together in a challenge, and the Liverpool man is left worse for wear.
Sturridge has enjoyed a threatening game leading the line for the home side, but he may just have started to drop a level, and he has been replaced by Origi.
Benteke stays benched. Augsburg are only a goal away, but at this point, I'm struggling to see where it will come from.
They're not even winning free-kicks where they can hit and hope with a delivery into the box. A decent move from the home side, as Sturridge and Coutinho combine once again.
The former slides a pass into the area intended for the latter, but the accuracy is a little lacking. One hour gone here and it's still finely poised here.
The atmosphere around the ground has gone a little hushed, with Liverpool starting to labour a little in their attempts to break down Augsburg.
The away fans have been a rowdy bunch here at Anfield, even though their team have been largely dominated on the night. One goal and they'll be the side heading into the last Firmino appears to catch Kohn in the face and gets booked.
Augsburg have managed to tame the Liverpool threat in the last few minutes, causing one or two problems from crosses. The Reds problems from high balls have been well documented this season.
Liverpool have picked up where they left off after the first half, pumping bodies forward in search of the second goal that they will need as a cushion, in the event that Augsburg find an away goal here.
The ball is worked neatly to Sturridge on the right side of the box, but he bends the ball wide of the mark. You could see his intent as he shifted it onto his left foot, but the execution was lacking.
Coutinho pulls the strings once again, pinging a lovely pass towards Sturridge, who shapes to bend his finish into the bottom corner, but misses by an inch!
Half of the crowd were already cheering! The hosts have dominated this one, creating the majority of the chances, but one goal for Augsburg and they'll be staring down the barrel of elimination.
Liverpool v Augsburg live streaming will be available on BTSport. Coverage of the BT Sport Europe clash begins at 6pm on Thursday and can be accessed by following the link above.
In addition, free-to-view highlights of the game will be published on BTSport. Much of the focus in the build-up to the game has been on a rare media appearance by Daniel Sturridge, who has featured for the Reds on just nine occasions this season.
Liverpool's best chance came in the second half as Daniel Sturridge glanced an effort wide having been found unmarked in the area. Dong-Won Ji came closest for Augsburg with four minutes remaining, seeing his deflected effort from 15 yards hit the left-hand post and go wide, and it remained goalless ahead of the return leg at Anfield on February Jurgen Klopp, managing his first game back in Germany since leaving Borussia Dortmund in the summer, named an unchanged eleven from the side that beat Aston Villa on Sunday, the first time he has named the same team back-to-back since arriving in October.
During a first-half lacking in clear-cut chances, Roberto Firmino's weak effort having gone through on goal was collected by Augsburg goalkeeper Marwin Hitz, while at the other end Alexander Esswein forced a good save out of Simon Mignolet having turned well inside the area.