LONDON (AP) — Liverpool managed to eliminate Plymouth at the second attempt in the FA Cup on Wednesday, edging past the fourth-tier club 1-0 to reach the fourth round.
Liverpool's Brazilian duo combined for the goal with Lucas Leiva heading in from Philippe Coutinho's corner in the 18th minute on the south coast. Liverpool clung on in the replay, with Divock Origi squandering a chance to double the lead when his penalty was saved.
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Liverpool's priority is the Premier League, where it is in third place, trailing leader Chelsea by seven points in its bid for a first English title since 1990.
But Jurgen Klopp's side remains in contention for three trophies.