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Liverpool survived an early scare in their FA Cup Third Round clash with Shrewsbury as Jurgen Klopp’s side eventually eased on to a 4-1 win.

The Reds made a string of changes for this one and Klopp’s young charges impressed against the League One outfit.

However, it didn’t go to plan from the start for Klopp as Nathan Udoh tucked home Nathanel Ogbeta’s low cross.

But the hosts roused themselves before the break as Kaide Gordon steered home his first senior goal and Fabinho edged them in front from the spot.

And that turned tide in the second 45 as substitute Roberto Firmino backheeled in a third and Fabinho battered home the clincher.

Full Time from Anfield it’s Liverpool 4 Shrewsbury Town 1

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