xG Liverpool vs Man City FA Cup 2022 April 16 Semifinal | Jesus chances | Expected Goals LFC 3-2 MCFC Stats

By Soccer Blog | Apr 16, 2022

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Here is a look at the xG (expected goals) stats from Liverpool vs Man City (FA Cup semi final on 16 April, 2022). City were very poor in the first half (only one shot from Grealish and none on target at half time), but vastly improved after the interval and had a flurry of shots towards the end. A rare City loss in the current 21/22 season.

xG Liverpool 1.85-1.99 Man City shots map (Actual score LFC 3-2 Man City)

1-0 Konate header goal vs Man City xG 0.09
2-0 Mane first goal vs City FA Cup xG 0.85 big Steffen mistake
3-0 Mane second goal vs City xG 0.03
3-1 Grealish goal vs Liverpool xG 0.30
3-2 Bernardo Silva goal vs Liverpool xG 0.65 (easy after Mahrez work)

Some other notable chances/misses/opportunities in Liverpool vs Man City FA Cup

54th minute Jesus chance vs Liverpool xG 0.25 (saved by Alisson at near post)
70th minute Jesus chance vs Liverpool xG 0.30 (great save by Alisson in 1v1)
90+2′ Fernandinho chance vs Liverpool xG 0.19 (volley attempt while free in the box, deflected by LFC player)

72nd minute Salah chance v City xG 0.22 after Zinchenko header mistake (tries to chip, but misses)
90+4′ Firmino chance vs Man City xG 0.30 (saved by keeper)

Liverpool 3-2 City shots map (LFC shots location on left; City shots on right)

Man City 2-3 Liverpool FA Cup Shots Map 2022

Man City vs Liverpool 2-3 FA Cup Match Stats for comparison

(MCFC stats on left; LFC stats on right)

As you can see, possession, total shots (& shots on target) and passes are pretty much even.

MCFC 2-3 LFC FA Cup 2022 Semifinal

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