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Coutinho Scores 3, Liverpool Routs Spartak 7-0 in CL

Liverpool's Philippe Coutinho, left, celebrates after scoring his side's second goal during the Champions League Group E soccer match between Liverpool and Spartak Moscow at Anfield, Liverpool, England, Wednesday, Dec. 6, 2017.

Philip Coutinho scored a hat-trick, as Liverpool defeated Spartak Moscow 7-0 to win first position in their Champions League group and became the fifth English team to qualify for the previous 16.

Liverpool, England (AP) - Four months after being asked to leave Liverpool, Philip Cotinho, wearing the captain's Arborand, made a hat-trick and entered the night of the record setting for England football at the knockout stage of the Champions League.

Brazil's Playmaker performed Liverpool on Wednesday in their 7-0 spartek Moscow in Unfiland, which included the three other members who attacked "Fab 4", Roberto Firmino, Saidio Mane and Mohammad Salahah.

Coutinho started a season with a fight with Liverpool, who refused to sell him in Barcelona after repeated bid by the Spanish team in August. The fact is that he was handed over to Spartak by coach Jürgen Clap in Aramband, this is a sign of reconciliation between the two parties, although the speculation continues in Barcelona about an updated bid in January.

Liverpool fans are enjoying while they can. And who knows how Quentino can take the team in Europe's top competition this season?

This win - in the group stage, the second 7-0 - became the top group E and the fifth English team in Liverpool to qualify for the last 16th position. This is for the first time when there was a representative of five countries in the knockout stage of the Champions League, a revival by English after the signaling underwave period, since Chelsea was a European champion in 2012.

Along with Manchester City, Manchester United and Tottenham, Liverpool was one of the four English teams to qualify in the first place, and its 23-level level goals were the second largest in the history of the competition, Paris Saint-Germain Also in this season since 25

Spartak still reached the north-west of England with the chance of qualifying. The Russian team was left in disgrace, Liverpool's attacking intersection alienated them.

"When it was 6-0," Clop said, "We were watching each other (on Liverpool's bench) and were saying, 'How did this happen?'

Coutinho scored his first hat-trick for Liverpool and it started when he strugged a fine after Georgia Dzhikiya furlough tugged Salah in the field. Liverpool had failed to score their last four penalties in Unfield, with the efforts made by Fremino and James Miller in the Champions League.

Kothinho completed the steps of a team to include the advice, advice and firminos, which made a lead of 2-0 in the 15th and at the left end of the foot with at least 15 minutes to save more dangerous than the sport After three minutes led the third goal.

Mane bowed to Dajlakiya's mistake, ran to the right and sent it in a cross which could block Spartak defender Sureter Tassi along with his chest. Firmino was surrounded by a loose ball and twisted a shot with the house outside his right leg

Liverpool had lost the goal of three goals with the fall of second half in Sevilla two weeks ago, which they had the chance to reach the first spot with a goal, but it was not going to happen again here.

Milner, as an option, went to meet with a horrible volley with street goalkeeper Alexandra Selivov in 478 to count on the left side.

After three minutes Coutinho completed a shot that deflected from Salvatore Bouchery and flew inside the post, filling his hat with firing, leaving Selikhov wrong leg.

Mane bundled Daniel Scridge's cross for the sixth place and found the Premier League's top scorer, Salah, at 86th position in some great footwork and net in the net.

Spartak coach Masimo Carrara said, "I can not understand this." "They played almost like they were afraid of Liverpool."

Liverpool, which is in the blockade stage of the Champions League for the first time in nine years, can still be associated with Real Madrid, Juventus or Bayern Munich on Monday in the last 16 matches.

For Liverpool, there was a yellow card for Emmaar Cain, who made them out of the first phase of the last 16 and injured the first half of Alberto Moreno, who could pull him out of Murciside Derby on Sunday against Everton was.

Spartak finished third in the group and lost in the Europa League.

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