The five most memorable Liverpool Premier League matches for the 2023-24 season

  • The dust has finally settled on this past Liverpool campaign
  • Despite a third-place finish in the league, the season had many memorable moments
  • What were the best five Premier League matches for Liverpool this season?
Newcastle United v Liverpool FC - Premier League
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It was a memorable Premier League season for Liverpool, but (for the most part) it wasn't because of the matches on the pitch. The 2023-24 Premier League season will be forever known as Jurgen Klopp's last season as Liverpool manager, entwining the final matches of the campaign with intense emotion. However, every season brings energetic and memorable matches, so what were the five best to look back on?

The five most memorable Liverpool Premier League matches for the 2023-24 season

5. Reds run riot on Chelsea at Anfield

While Chelsea are not the Chelsea they were a few seasons ago, the Reds facing off against London's finest at Anfield is always a big occasion.

Portuguese sensation Diogo Jota would open the scoring just past the twenty-minute mark after a pass from youngster Conor Bradley. The ball arrived at the feet of Jota not too far from outside the box, and a dribble past Thiago Silva before evading the presence of Benoit Badiashile allowed Diogo to comfortably slot the ball into the goal.

Sixteen minutes later, a turnover from Moises Caicedo in the middle of the park allowed Alexis Mac Allister to quickly retrieve the ball and hand it off to Luis Diaz. The Colombian winger, with a quick turn, brushed off Conor Gallagher. With Jota and Chilwell stumbling over each other on the counter, Conor Bradley was found on a darting run with acres of space to move towards the Chelsea goal. A fantastic finish from the Northern Ireland international put the Reds up by two.

The first half ended with Darwin Nunez's penalty miss, and it was not until 20 minutes had passed in the second half before we saw the game's third goal. Bradley, again with plenty of space, was able to progress the ball up the pitch into a dangerous crossing area. Bradley's whipped-in cross looked at first like it might reach Luis Diaz's head, but Dominik Szoboszlai connected with the ball via a header, slipping it past the outreached arm of Chelsea's Djordje Petrovic.

In the 71st minute, Nkunku broke the deadlock for Chelsea. Still, just eight minutes later, Nunez outmuscled Thiago Silva on a darting run just outside the box before a perfectly placed pass into the penalty spot area found Luis Diaz. Despite Badiashile being wrapped around Diaz, the French defender made a mess of the pass and allowed Diaz to score from in close.

Did the result mean a lot in the end? Perhaps not, but it was an entertaining match at Anfield nonetheless and felt like a coming-out party for Conor Bradley.

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