Firmino scores twice as Liverpool thrash Leicester to go 13 points clear

Roberto Firmino of Liverpool scores his team's first goal during the Premier League match between Leicester City and Liverpool FC at The King Power Stadium.

First came the Champions League title, then the Club World Cup last week. Now, with a 13-point lead, Liverpool will surely be champions of England again by May.

Leicester, the closest challenger, was blown away in a 4-0 victory that pushes Liverpool closer to ending a three-decade title drought.

There is half of the season still to play but the gulf was vast on Thursday night, exposed by Trent Alexander-Arnold’s repertoire of assists and a goal from the right back.

Alexander-Arnold’s crosses set up both of Roberto Firmino’s goals and another was handled by Leicester Caglar Soyuncu which led to James Milner scoring a penalty.
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