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Match facts: Cardiff City v Liverpool (English Premier League)

Ahram Online provided a live score coverage of Sunday’s match between Cardiff City and Liverpool in the 35th matchday of the English Premier League

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Full time: Cardiff City 0-2 Liverpool
Scorers: Wijnaldum 56, Milner 81pen

Yellow cards:

Gunnarsson (Cardiff City)
Milner (Liverpool)


Cardiff City:  N. Etheridge; L. Peltier, B. Écuélé Manga, S. Morrison, J. Bennett, A. Gunnarsson, J. Ralls (L Bacuna 78), Víctor Camarasa, J. Hoilett (J. Murphy 83), N. Mendez-Laing, O. Niasse (Kenneth Zohore 67)

Liverpool:Alisson; J. Matip, V. van Dijk, A. Robertson, T. Alexander-Arnold  (Joe Gomez 86) , G. Wijnaldum , J. Henderson, N. Keïta (Fabinho 71, James Milner 74), Roberto Firmino, Mohamed Salah, S. Mané

Venue: Cardiff City stadium

Referee: Martin Atkinson

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