In a breathtaking Premier League encounter at Anfield on Sunday, Jamaican international – Bobby De Cordova-Reid’s late goal seemed poised to secure a sensational victory for Fulham against Liverpool.
However, Liverpool managed to orchestrate a last-minute comeback, with goals from Wataru Endo and Trent Alexander-Arnold propelling them to a 4-3 triumph.
The match showcased a see-saw battle, as Liverpool twice took the lead, only to face a 3-2 deficit in the 80th minute when Reggae Boy De Cordova-Reid found the back of the net.
Liverpool initially took the lead in the 20th minute through an own goal from Fulham goalkeeper Bernd Leno, following Alexander-Arnold’s long-range free kick.
However, Fulham swiftly equalised four minutes later, as Harry Wilson, another former Liverpool player, netted a goal.
The contest continued to deliver excitement as Liverpool reclaimed the lead with Alexis Mac Allister’s spectacular strike into the top corner in the 38th minute.
Fulham responded just before halftime, leveling the score at 2-2 with Kenny Tete’s headed goal from a Raul Jimenez flick during a corner.
In the second half, Fulham seized the lead when substitute De Cordova-Reid out-jumped Kostas Tsimikas at the far post in the 80th minute. Yet, Liverpool was not to be denied.
The comeback commenced with a header from Wataru Endo in the 87th minute, setting the stage for a dramatic finale. Trent Alexander-Arnold sealed the victory just a minute later, extending Liverpool’s perfect home record for the season and narrowing the gap to two points behind league leaders Arsenal.
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