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The leader before the round, and the second-highest scoring major team against the bottom-ranked newcomer with the weakest defense in one of the world’s most iconic football grounds: if ever there was a national singles, this is it!

Well, compared to that, Liverpool needed Caoimhín Kelleher’s huge defense in order to James McAtee the visiting team should not take the lead in a flash, and even Ben Brereton, who had two goals and an assist against Fulham at the weekend, could have scored after the corner.

After that, we got what we expected, the team from the Merseyside Mohamed Szalah he first challenged Ivo Grbic with his lift, then the visiting defense was unable to clear after Dominik Szoboszlai’s corner – the action ended with Darwin Núnez’s header narrowly missing the upper left corner.

The 80 percent ball possession ratio of the first quarter of an hour became dangerous with another shot by Salah, and then the leadership came together from a harmless situation:

Núnez attacked Grbic, who shot the Uruguayan forward and the ball bounced into the goal. A huge pot (1-0)!

Compared to the fact that at one time he looked like he was cursed and that everything was going wrong with the finishes (he had a game when he hit the post four times!), the footballer from Benfica really got into it, scoring his 18th goal in his 44th match of the season scored and also has 14 assists.

The duo clashed again not long after, the Croatian goalkeeper was hit by a flat shot from the home striker, and then Joe Gomez came close to score his first goal in his 240th senior match – but he missed.

After more than half an hour of play, we were able to register another attempt by Alexis Mac Allister, who was extremely powerful but also went wide, and at the beginning of the half, the two teams had a successful goal in the previous match. Dominik Szoboszlai’s bomb was picked off by the visitors’ goalkeeper from the upper left corner.

In the fourth minute of overtime, Kelleher ensured that the structure was framed, and he also blocked Jayden Bogle’s flat shot.

After the turn, the “reds” took the initiative again, Grbic blocked Núnez and Szalah’s shots, and Kelleher also saved one of Gustavo Hamer’s free kicks from the left corner of the penalty area.

Despite the brutal superiority in possession (81:19%), Sheffield United equalized after an hour of play, after at least as many defensive errors as the hosts scored:

Virgil van Dijk prevented the offside twice, and Hamer’s header bounced off Conor Bradley’s leg between Kelleher’s legs and into the goal (1-1)!

Sheffield United equalized with an unlucky own goal

Jürgen Klopp tried to refresh his team with a double substitution, Szalah was replaced by Harvey Elliott, and Gravenberch was replaced by Andrew Robertson, who also took over from Szoboszlai to take the corner from the left side. On the right is the team captain of the Hungarian national team, and Van Dijk he almost took the lead back with a header.

Liverpool made another double substitution in the 73rd minute, when Klopp took off Szoboszlai (and Joe Gomez) and replaced them with Cody Gakpo and Curtis Jones.

The home team remained on the attack, and although Andrew Robertson’s shot went off the crossbar, at the beginning of the last quarter of an hour, world champion Alexis Mac Allister scored a huge goal from the front of the 16 to the top left corner (2-1).

In the 85th minute, the Argentinian midfielder came close to scoring another huge goal from a free kick slat however, he then helped the guests out.

In the 90th minute, the fate of the three points was decided, the extremely active boarder Steel header to Liverpool 3–1-re won – and with his success he took back the lead in the standings.

In the other match of the day a Chelsea took an early two-goal lead Manchester United (2–0), but the record champion was able to equalize before the break, with Alejandro Garnacho’s second goal to reverse (2–3). Despite this, the visiting team didn’t score a point, because Cole Palmer sold a penalty in the 100th (!) minute after the 19th, and then won the victory for his team with his bouncing shot in the 101st minute. (4–3).

Premier League, round 31

  • Liverpool–Sheffield United 3–1 (Núnez 17th, Mac Allister 76th, Gakpo 90th, and Bradley 60th – own goal)
  • Chelsea–Manchester United 4–3 (Gallagher 4th, Palmer 19th, 100th, 101st – the first two out of 11, respectively Garnacho 34th, 67th, B. Fernandes 39th)

played on Wednesday:

  • Arsenal–Luton Town 2–0 (2–0)
  • Brentford–Brighton 0–0
  • Manchester City–Aston Villa 4–1 (2–1)

played on Tuesday:

  • West Ham United–Tottenham Hotspur 1–1 (1–1)
  • Newcastle United–Everton 1–1 (1–0)
  • Nottingham Forest–Fulham 3–1 (3–0)
  • Bournemouth–Crystal Palace 1–0 (0–0)
  • Burnley–Wolverhampton Wanderers 1–1 (1–1)

The standings of the leader: 1. Liverpool 70 points/30 games (70-28), 2. Arsenal 68/30 (72-24), 3. Manchester City 67/30 (67-29), 4. Aston Villa 59 (63-46), 5. Tottenham 57/30 (62–44), 6. Manchester United 48/30 (43–44), …10. Chelsea 43/29 (53–50)

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