In a simply insane game, the Liverpool was in front twice, was turned around and “returned” to win the Fulham by 4 a 3this Sunday (3), for the 14th round of the Premier League, at Anfield. The match had transmission via ESPN no Star+.
The result drove the crowd crazy, filling the stadium. Redsas it leaves the team at the top of the national league.
Now, the team Jürgen Klopp go to 31 points and occupies the 2º place, to 2 away from the Arsenalwhich is the current pointer.
For Fulham, the result drops the team to 15º place, with 15 points.
However, the Cottagers did not lose heart and equalized the score just four minutes later, through Harry Wilson.
Os Reds they were back in front at 38, after the Argentine Mac Allister He hit a shot from outside in the area, with great effect, which went into the corner. Another great goal!
But, again, the advantage was short-lived: in stoppage time, Kenny Tete tied again.
The 2nd half was also very busy, with both teams wasting clear chances to take the lead.
The match was unpredictable, with the teams attacking a lot and the goal could come at any time. When he left, it was from Fulham.
At 35 minutes, the Brazilian Willian thought it was a good pass Cairney, which crossed with sugar for the small area. The short one The Cordova Reid appeared by surprise and headed the ball into the back of the net.
In the final match, the Reds They went all out, with Klopp placing four attackers and going for it all or nothing.
The strategy worked: at 42, the Japanese Endo he received it at half-moon and caught the ball very well, firing another bomb into Leno’s drawer.
As soon as the ball was released, Liverpool stole it, went all out and turned it around in a devastating way: Alexander-Arnold shot it in the chest, took it from the defender and fired to fill the net.
Total madness at Anfield with the victory in a simply crazy game!
Classification of Premier League
Liverpool: 2º place, with 31 points
Fulham: 15º place, with 15 points
Liverpool’s next games
Fulham’s next games
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