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Absolutely everywhere: 51-touch maestro did everything but score for Liverpool in first-half vs Bournemouth



Alexis Mac Allister couldn’t get Liverpool ahead with a 25-yard strike in the first-half but the Argentine has been otherwise instrumental against Bournemouth.

Stats recorded and shared on X (formerly Twitter) by @StatmanDave indicate that the former Brighton man was ever-present, it’s fair to say.

The Merseysiders find themselves at the top of the league with an opportunity to extend their lead on Manchester City up to five points with a win at the Vitality Stadium.

What a fortunate position

It’s such a shame for us to have lost Wataru Endo to the Asian Cup (though we wish him the best of luck in the competition) at a time when he had become settled in the famous red shirt.

That said, it does soften the blow somewhat when you can call upon the services of a bona fide World Cup winner in Mac Allister to plug the gap.

The 25-year-old is more than justifying his return to the first-XI since recovering from injury.

We could have quite the interesting fight on our hands for the No.6 spot when our Japanese international is back with the squad!


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