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Jordon Ibe scores brilliant solo goal for Liverpool v West Brom.

Jordon Ibe scores brilliant solo goal for Liverpool v West Brom

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Jordon Ibe scored a superb individual goal to put Liverpool back on level terms in their final Premier League match of the season against West Brom.

The 20-year-old ran from his own half and cut inside from the right flank, cutting in past one defender before unleashing a left-footed shot past Ben Foster. (Scroll down this page to watch Ibe’s goal).

It was a goal of real class from the England Under-21 international and his first in the Premier League.

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Jurgen Klopp deployed a weakened team with Wednesday night’s Europa League final against Sevilla in mind.

It was subsequently no surprise when the Baggies took the lead on the 13th minute through Salomon Rondon.

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Video: Jordon Ibe's goal

However, Ibe’s goal 10 minutes later meant the two sides went into half-time all square.

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