- Virgil van Dijk invincibility has once again been uncovered by Red Bull Salzburg star Hwang Hee-Chan
- The South Korean became the first player to dribble past the Dutchman in Champions League this season before scoring to show Premier League strikers the way it is done
- Liverpool ended up winning the match at the end of the day with Mohamed Salah scoring a brace in the game
Red Bull Salzburg striker Hwang Hee-Chan has shown attackers how to dribble past 2019 UEFA best player Virgil van Dijk in their Champions League clash at Anfield.
Though, the Austrian topflight side lost the game 4-3 after regulation period, they however gave the defending champions a run for their money.
The Reds had gone three goals up after just 36 minutes of action with Sadio Mane, Andrew Robertson and Mohamed Salah scoring a goal each.
Hwang, 23, however pulled one back in the 39th minute to help reduce his side's deficit as the end of the first half drew closer.
The South Korean forward scored the goal in a stunning way after turning the Dutch defender in and out before firing the ball straight into Adrian's net.
According to Sport Bible, Van Dijk played 55 consecutive Premier League matches and was not dribbled in the process.
Meanwhile, the former Southampton star could not stop Hee-Chan from scoring having had to be dribbled by the striker.
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The 23-year-old according to Sport Bible also became the first player to score at Anfield ending their run of five clean sheets.
Takumi Minamino and Erling Haaland two quick goals in the second half to level parity for their team after which Salah's brilliance helped them drop point at the end of the match.
Legit.ng earlier reported that Liverpool survived Red Bull Salzburg scare after beating the Austrian side 4-3 at Anfield.
Two goals from Mohamed Salah, while a goal each from Andrew Robertson and Sadio Mane sealed the win for the defending champions.
The Dutchman also got dibbled for the first time in the Champions League after being named UEFA best player of the year in 2019.
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