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Liverpool: Premier League Debut Goals

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Liverpool: Premier League Debut Goals
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The present European Champions, Liverpool have many big records and stats to their name. But in this list, we are covering all Liverpool players to score in their debut Premier League game. In total, nine Liverpool players have scored in their PL debut.

Liverpool is a professional club from England. They compete in the Premier League, Champions League, FA Cup, and League Cup during a competitive season. They are also known as the Reds.

The Reds are regarded as the second most successful club in the country, behind Manchester United in terms of domestic trophies. They have so far won 6 European Cups, more than any other English club, 3 UEFA Cups, 4 UEFA Super Cups, 18 League titles, 7 FA Cups, a record 8 League Cups, and 15 FA Community Shields. But this list covers all Liverpool players who have scored in their PL debut. So without further ado, let’s take a look.

 

YEAR PLAYER OPPONENT SCORE RESULT VENUE
2017 Mohamed Salah Watford 3-3 Draw Vicarage Road
2016 Sadio Mane Arsenal 4-3 Win Emirates Stadium
2013 Victor Moses Swansea City 2-2 Draw Liberty Stadium
2011 Luis Suarez Stoke City 2-0 Win Anfield
2002 Abel Xavier Ipswich Town 6-0 Win Portman Road
1999 Titi Camara Sheffield Wed 2-1 Win Hillsborough
1997 Michael Owen Wimbledon 1-2 Loss Selhurst Park
1995 Stan Collymore Sheffield Wed 1-0 Win Anfield
1993 Nigel Clough Sheffield Wed 2-0 Win Anfield
  1. Mohamed Salah vs Watford: 2017 (3-3)

In Jurgen Klopp’s 100th competitive game as Reds boss, Liverpool drew against Watford at Vicarage Road. Salah scored the third goal for the Reds and gave Liverpool the lead once again. It was Salah’s first league game for Liverpool and it was an important goal as he gave Liverpool the lead.

  1. Sadio Mane vs Arsenal: 2016 (4-3)

Theo Walcott fired in the first goal for Arsenal. Philippe Coutinho equalized with a brilliant free-kick before Adam Lallana fired in after the break. Coutinho poked in his second and debutant Sadio Mane slammed home Liverpool’s fourth of the game. Arsenal scored two quick goals but wasn’t able to manage a point.

  1. Victor Moses vs Swansea City: 2013 (2-2)

Shelvey opened the scoring for the Swansea. He then committed back to back two errors that led to Liverpool’s goals. He then provided an assist to help Swansea draw level. Red’s debutant Moses scored Liverpool’s second goal that gave them the lead.

  1. Luis Suarez vs Stoke City: 2-0 (2011)

Liverpool began their post-Torres era with a win over Stoke. Raul Meireles gave Liverpool the lead. Debutant Suares scored Liverpool’s second to give the Reds an easy win at home.

  1. Abel Xavier vs Ipswich Town: 6-0 (2002)

New boy Abel Xavier, signed from neighbors Everton, set the ball rolling with a debut goal after 15 mins. Liverpool then went on to score five more as they thrashed Ipswich 6-0 at Portman Road.

  1. Titi Camara vs Sheffield Wednesday: 2-1 (1999)

Robbie Fowler gave Liverpool the lead in the 75th min. Debutant Titi doubled the lead after nine minutes. Sheffield scored a late goal but it wasn’t enough as the Reds won 2-1 at Hillsborough.

  1. Michael Owen vs Wimbledon: 1-2 (1997)

Debutant Michael Owen becomes the youngest ever goalscorer in LFC’s history only 17 years and 144 days old. He scored the only goal for the Reds as they lost against Wimbledon.

  1. Stan Collymore vs Sheffield Wednesday: 1-0 (1995)

Collymore scored on his debut as Liverpool brushed past Sheffield at Anfield. A dream debut for Stan.

  1. Nigel Clough vs Sheffield Wednesday: 2-0 (1993)

Another Liverpool debutant scoring against Sheffield. Liverpool signed Clough from Nottingham Forest. Clough subsequently fired the Reds into the lead with a magnificent effort and he added a second in front of the Kop from close range. A dream debut for Clough indeed.

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