Liverpool vs Queens Park Rangers highlights (1-0)

Liverpool 1 vs 0 Queens Park Rangers highlights 19.5

Liverpool Vs QPR Highlights:Liverpool came into their last match of this season of the Premier League saying farewell to Jamie Carragher as the 35 years old veteran player announced the end of an era. He made his debut at 19 years of age and ever since then has remained playing in the club at a consistent level.

The home team won the game with a lone goal from the Brazilian Coutinho when a thunderous effort from the young player found the bottom side corner of Robert Green.

The game continued being played on with chances being squeezed upon from players of each team but other than the goal of Coutinho nothing more could be made.

After 85 minutes the fans of the stadium started chanting ‘’ Thanks Carragher’’ as the shouting did not stop until the ending few minutes of the match.

The season came to a conclusion for Liverpool with a bittersweet taste as they failed on securing a place in any European tournament but at the same time, their winter signings have increased the level of the team in its entirety.

It’s without any doubt that Suarez will only improve as time goes by playing with the Liverpool jersey.

Liverpool vs Queens Park Rangers highlights. Score: 1-0.

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