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Liverpool adds the 50th title in its history after winning the FA Cup

Liverpool FC succeeded in achieving the 50th title in its history in all local and continental competitions in its history, after beating Saturday evening, 6-5 on penalties, at Wembley Stadium in the FA Cup final for the current season 2021-2022.

According to the official website of Liverpool FC, the updated Liverpool honor board will now feature 50 team trophies, including 19 league titles, six European Cups, eight FA Cups, nine League Cups, one Club World Cup, three European Cups, and four Cup Cups. European Super.


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As the FA Cup champion, Liverpool will meet with Manchester City, who secured one of the first or second English Premier League positions, which has not yet been decided.

Liverpool had previously won the Community Shield Cup in 15 previous editions, before the upcoming match against Manchester City.

Liverpool revealed that the date of the upcoming match and the full details of the meeting will be announced on the official website at a later time.

The original and extra time between the two teams ended in a negative tie, and the match witnessed a clear superiority of the Reds during the course of the game, as the offensive diversity of the sides and depth was clarified, which contributed to the appearance of the Reds better.

The Egyptian international Mohamed Salah, the Liverpool player, was injured in the 32nd minute of the match, causing him to be forced to replace the Portuguese player, Diego Jota.

Mohamed Salah complained of pain in the right thigh muscle, which caused him to be unable to complete the match.

And the famous “Anfield Watch” network said that Mohamed Salah was injured in the adductor muscle during the Chelsea match against Liverpool.

David Maddock, correspondent of the British newspaper, “Daily Mirror”, confirmed the desire of the Egyptian international, Mohamed Salah, the Liverpool player, to complete his team’s match against Chelsea, despite the injury he suffered in the 32nd minute of the match, explaining that Mohamed Salah asked the medical staff of the Liverpool team to stay on the field. However, his request was rejected out of concern for his safety.

The Egyptian international Mohamed Salah, the Liverpool player, was injured in the 32nd minute of the match, which caused him to be forced to replace the Portuguese player, Diego Jota.

Chelsea met Liverpool before today’s match in 10 FA Cup matches, and according to the global statistics website “Transfer Market”, the Blues outperformed in 6 matches, while the Reds won in 4 matches.

Before the match, Chelsea had 8 FA Cup titles to occupy the third place in the list of the most crowned titles throughout history, equal to Tottenham Hotspur.

Today’s confrontation is a repetition of the English League Cup final between the two teams, which Liverpool won over Chelsea on penalties, after the original and extra time ended in a tie.

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