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Liverpool may play the second leg against Leipzig, away from Anfield


 Liverpool may play the second leg against Leipzig, away from Anfield

English press reports revealed that Anfield is unlikely to host the Liverpool and Leipzig match in the Champions League.

The second leg of the round of 16 will be played between the two teams on Wednesday, March 10.

Liverpool had won the first leg with two goals without a response, at the Puskas Arena in Budapest, the Hungarian capital.

Leipzig was unable to host that match in Germany due to coronavirus restrictions.

According to the English newspaper "Daily Star", Liverpool may have to give up the advantage of playing the last-16 second leg match against Leipzig at home.

She said Liverpool would likely return to Budapest for the second leg.

She indicated that Leipzig has been told that they cannot travel to England next week, without going into quarantine upon returning for 10 days.

She said the German government could still ease travel restrictions on Friday when discussing the current rules, which could give the green light for Liverpool to host the match at home.

The top scorer in the English Premier League after the end of the 26th round

Liverpool star Mohamed Salah missed the net in the 26th round of the English Premier League during the Sheffield United match.

Despite this, Salah maintained his top scorer in the Premier League at the moment.

Manchester United's Bruno Fernandez was also unable to score in the same round against Chelsea.

Tottenham's Harry Kane scored against Burnley in that round, in a match in which Son Heung missed the scoring.

Arsenal player Alexandre Lacazette scored a goal against Leicester City in this round.

The Premier League scorer ranking after the end of the twenty-sixth round

Mohamed Salah, Liverpool, 17 goals.

Bruno Fernandez, Manchester United, 15 goals.

Harry Kane, Tottenham, 14 goals.

Son Heung, Tottenham, 13 goals.

Patrick Bamford, Leeds United, 13 goals.

Calvert Lewin, Everton, 13 goals.

Jimmy Vardy, Leicester City, 12 goals.

Ilkay Gundogan, Manchester City, 11 goals.

Callum Wilson, Newcastle, 10 goals.

Olli Watkins, Aston Villa, 10 goals.

Marcus Rashford, Manchester United, 9 goals.

Raheem Sterling, Manchester City, 9 goals.

Harvey Barnes, Leicester City, 9 goals.

Alexandre Lacazette, Arsenal, 9 goals.