Liverpool only have a goalkeeper. Solanke plays a beautiful through ball to The stats say Liverpool have outshot Dortmund But they also say Christian Pulisic has yet to enter the game and has scored anyway.
Replay of a few minutes ago, with Keita doing some promising work in the box and teammates failing to do anything substantial with the ball.
Liverpool have a man down but play on. Milner takes a free kick for Liverpool that Solanke might have gotten with his head if only he were eight feet tall.
The score is certainly against the run of play, but the fans in Charlotte are surely happy to see what they came to see. After waiting patiently for his teammates to get him the ball, Pulisic takes matters into his own feet and dribbles into the box.
Woodburn rips the ball away from Sergio Gomez, who comes up holding his arm. Sturridge puts in Ojo for a one-on-one opportunity, but Hitz deflects the ball onto the crossbar.
Keita gets into the box on the left and creates some danger, winning a corner. Milner ends up with the ball and lifts the ball to the far post for Solanke, who outleaps the defense and heads it back across the goal, neglecting to get it forward and into the net.
That was reported earlier but has just happened. Dortmund are playing possession football, in the sense that they are watching Liverpool possess the football.
Sturridge, who has drifted to the right from the left, finally takes an ambitious shot from 24 that skips well wide. Presumably including a goalkeeper.
Milner, wearing the Liverpool armband, shoots just over the bar from 28 yards out. Liverpool did indeed replace 10 of 11 players at the half, and one Gomez for the injured Matip was already changed.
Supposedly Sturridge and Ojo are in as well. No official word yet on substitutions. Has anyone ever considered using the old Who song Substitute for the second-half walkout music of a friendly?
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