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Liverpool Have Already Found A Clever New Loophole In The 'No Strikers In Wall' Ruling

Liverpool Have Already Found A Clever New Loophole In The 'No Strikers In Wall' Ruling

It hasn't taken Liverpool long to find a cunning loophole in the new Premier League rule change.

The Premier League introduced a bunch of new rules heading into the 2019/20 season, including a change in the free-kick wall.

No players from the opposing team can be in the wall to distract or open a gap for their teammates to shoot through.

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However, in Friday's Premier League opener between Liverpool vs. Norwich, the home side found a way of going around that rule change.

Georginio Wijnaldum, Fabinho and Roberto Firmino formed their own wall in front of Norwich's wall in a shrewd plan.

Image: Premier League
Image: Premier League

Liverpool's own 'wall' became the talking point of the online football community. Here's some reaction from social media:

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