Liverpool v Shrewsbury live updates - latest FA Cup score
The Emirates FA Cup / 3rd Round
Anfield / 09.01.2022
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Liverpool secure their passage into the FA Cup fourth round, but League One side Shrewsbury will be proud of their efforts.
Youthful Liverpool hit back to beat Shrewsbury
End of 2nd Half
Liverpool didn't have it all their own way today but Jurgen Klopp's side got the job done.
Liverpool 4-1 Shrewsbury.
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Liverpool have their fourth!
Fabinho rifles one in from close range following a free-kick delivery from just outside the box.
The Brazilian couldn't get the initial header right, but got the shot away to perfection as it flew into the top of the net.
LIVERPOOL DOUBLE CHANGE
Norris and Tsimikas on for Bradley and Robertson.
Caton on for Leahy.
FOUR ADDED MINUTES
The board goes up for additional time.
Daniels makes his presence felt immediately as he is booked for a bad challenge.
Elliott Bennett comes off, Josh Daniels replaces him.
TRIPLE CHANGE FOR SHREWSBURY
Bowman, Udoh and Ogbeta off for the visitors.
Janneh, Bloxham and Pierre all come on.
Gordon departs, and is replaced by Frauendorf.
Liverpool have three! Firmino scores with a cheeky backheel!
Robertson delivers in a free-kick into the box, which ends up out wide with Fabinho, who feeds in Gordon well. He centres for Konate, who lays it off for Firmino and the Brazilian finishes beautifully beyond Marosi!
Udoh does well on the left-side of the box, and holds on to the ball to draw the players towards him to create the space in the middle.
The plan works, and he lays off Vela at the edge of the box, but his long-range effort goes high and wide for the visitors.
VAN DIJK CLEARS DANGER
Shrewsbury win possession back in Liverpool's half, and Udoh finds Vela in space out wide. Vela delivers in a low cross into the box but the Dutchman clears.
Liverpool have the ball in the Shrewsbury area for a period of time, but Curtis Jones cannot get his shot away after wriggling away from Shrewsbury's back line and the visitors clear the ball upfield.
It looks like Firmino is now playing as the central forward for Liverpool. Can the Brazilian make his mark?
Dixon-Bonner is off, Firmino is on.
Minamino came on at half-time for Woltman.
PACE DOWN A TOUCH
The pace of the game has slowed down a little as Liverpool look to assert control of the game on the ball.
POOR BACK PASS
Van Dijk almost makes an awful error as his back pass to Kelleher is slightly short and Leahy makes the run to try and pounce but the Liverpool goalkeeper just gets there in time!