Liverpool won thanks to Salah, three assists from the great Egyptian

Liverpool had a really tough match this Saturday

by Sededin Dedovic
Liverpool won thanks to Salah, three assists from the great Egyptian
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A difficult game was expected for Liverpool this Saturday, the absolute favorites were before the start of the game against an old rival. The stands were full and the atmosphere was standard good at Anfield. The Liverpool team defeated the Wolverhampton team away today with a score of 3:1, after an exciting finish.

It didn't get off to the best start for Jurgen Klopp's men. Hwang put the home team in the lead in the seventh minute, after an assist from Pedro Neto. Despite that, Wolves were better on the field, and through Hwang, Pedro Neto and Cunha, they were the most threatening.

At halftime, the score was 1:0 for the home team. It was enough to see the way Wolverhampton plays to know that it will be very difficult for Liverpool in the second half. A very serious game by Wolves even though they had an unfavorable result.

Klopp will have everything to say to his players in the locker room, because if they weren't lucky, there wouldn't be this situation with the result.

Wolverhampton worried the players and fans of Liverpool, a good game by Wolves

But in the second half, the Liverpool team "kicked into high gear".

At the opening, Diaz threatened after a header, but the ball went just wide. In the 55th minute, Gakpo scores an equalizing goal after an assist from Salah. The coach of the home team decided to refresh the team and made all five changes in less than 15 minutes.

But Liverpool continued to control the game. Nunez shot in the 70th minute, but straight at the home goalkeeper. Liverpool continued to attack and took the lead in the 85th minute. The goal was scored by Robertson after another assist from Salah.

The question of the winner was resolved in the first minute of stoppage time when Elliott scored and Salah recorded his third assist. Liverpool won deservedly, it's good that after the break with club football they started with victories. Great game from Klopp's boys.