Liverpool healed their wounds with an away win against Fulham

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Healed her wounds with an away win over her Fulham the Liverpool!

Jurgen Klopp’s side were coming off the back of a draw against Manchester United, a painful home defeat to Crystal Palace and European elimination by Atalanta, managing to stage a response and celebrate a 3-1 victory in London and ‘Craven Cottage”, thanks to the goals of Arnold (32′), Grafenberg (53′) and Zota (72′).

The Reds have thus caught Arsenal at the top on 74 points and now turn their attention to the midweek (24/4, 22:00) postponed derby with Everton, while they are one point behind Manchester City, the which has given one game less.

Liverpool were superior in the first half and managed to take the lead in the 32nd minute with a masterful free-kick from Alexander-Arnoldbut Fulham found a reaction, equalizing in stoppage time of the first half (45’+2′), when Ratchet scored his first goal in the home team’s shirt.

Under the fear of another laugh, the guests entered the second part determined, with Grafenberg to give them the lead again with a great spot from the semi-circle in the 53rd minute, before o Zota to “lock” the three points, making the final 1-3 in the 72nd minute.

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In detail, the program of the 34th matchday:



Saturday (20/4)

Luton-Bradford 1-5

(90+2′ Berry – 24′, 45+1′ Wissa, 62′ Pinnock, 64′ Lewis-Potter, 86′ Sade)

Sheffield United-Burnley 1-4

(52′ Hammer – 38′ Larsen, 40′ Assignon, 58′ Foster, 71′ Gudmundsson)

Wolves-Arsenal 0-2

(45′ Trossard, 90’+5′ Edgard)

Sunday (21/4)

Everton-Nottingham Forest 2-0

(29′ Gege, 76′ McNeill)

Aston Villa-Bournemouth 3-1

(45′ Rodgers, 57′ Diaby, 78′ Bailey – 31′ pen. Solanke)

Crystal Palace-West Ham 5-2

(7′ Olisse, 16′ Eze, 20′ self. Emerson, 31′, 64′ Mateta – 40′ Antonio, 89′ self. Mitchell)

Fulham-Liverpool 1-3

(45’+2′ Castanie – 32′ Arnold, 53′ Grafenberg, 72′ Zota)

Tuesday 14/5

Tottenham-Manchester City (22:00)

Wednesday 15/5

Brighton-Chelsea (21:45)

Manchester United-Newcastle (22:00)

The program of the 35th matchday:



Saturday (27/4)

West Ham-Liverpool (14:30)

Wolves-Luton (17:00)

Manchester United-Burnley (17:00)

Newcastle-Sheffield United (17:00)

Fulham-Crystal Palace (17:00)

Everton-Bradford (19:30)

Aston Villa-Chelsea (22:00)

Sunday (28/4)

Bournemouth-Brighton (16:00)

Tottenham-Arsenal (16:00)

Nottingham Forest-Manchester City (18:30)

Source: Sport Fm

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