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Liverpool Soar to Level Points with Arsenal After Victory Over Fulham

 Liverpool Soar to Level Points with Arsenal After Victory Over Fulham

Diogo Jota of Liverpool
Diogo Jota of Liverpool during the Premier League match between Fulham FC and Liverpool FC at Craven Cottage on April 21, 2024 in London, England(Image-Getty) 

Liverpool surged to level points with league leaders Arsenal following a commanding 3-1 triumph against Fulham.

Key Highlights:

1. Second-Half Brilliance:

Jurgen Klopp's men displayed second-half dominance with Ryan Gravenberch and Diogo Jota sealing the victory at Craven Cottage.

2. Title Race Tightens:

Liverpool's win propels them into second place, tied with Arsenal on points, while Fulham remains in 12th position.

3. Alexander-Arnold's Magic:

Trent Alexander-Arnold's stunning free-kick was instrumental in breaking the deadlock, showcasing Liverpool's quality.

4. Gravenberch's Premier League Debut:

 Gravenberch marked his Premier League debut with a memorable strike, underscoring Liverpool's depth.

5. Jota's Milestone:

Diogo Jota's goal marked his 100th in English football, further solidifying Liverpool's attacking prowess.

Match Analysis:

Liverpool dominated the early stages but had to wait until the 32nd minute for Alexander-Arnold's sublime free-kick. Fulham managed to equalize through Timothy Castagne just before halftime.

However, Liverpool regained control in the second half, with Gravenberch and Jota sealing the victory. Despite a late attempt from Tom Cairney, Fulham couldn't mount a comeback.

Liverpool's Impressive Record:

Liverpool's victory extends their unbeaten streak at Craven Cottage to six matches. They've also scored in each of their last 20 away games, showcasing their resilience on the road.

Fulham's Struggles:

Meanwhile, Fulham suffered their 16th defeat of the season, equalling their total from the previous campaign. Marco Silva's side will need to improve their home form to secure a top-half finish.

Looking Ahead:

With a crucial Merseyside derby against Everton on the horizon, Liverpool remains firmly in contention for the title.

Key Statistics:

- Liverpool has won seven of their last nine away games in the Premier League.

- Fulham's loss equals their total defeats from the previous season.

- Gravenberch's goal marked the first time Liverpool scored and assisted by players aged 21 or younger since 2014.


Liverpool's victory against Fulham underscores their determination in the title race, setting the stage for an exciting climax to the Premier League season.


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