Liverpool have finally broken through against Plymouth in their FA Cup third round replay thanks to the unlikeliest of sources. Lucas Leiva’s first goal in over six years has given the Reds a 1-0 lead away from home and put them on the path to the fourth round.
If you don’t mark Lucas Leiva, you will get burned (once every 100 games) pic.twitter.com/zIFZraOD0W— Dieter Kurtenbach (@dkurtenbach) January 18, 2017
A head off of a corner is the way Lucas scores his first goal since a 2010 Europa League match against Steaua Bucuresti.
What a way for him to break his long scoring drought. Now it’s up to Liverpool to hold onto the lead and finally clinch their spot in the next round of the FA Cup.