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Liverpool struggles against Brighton

Many teams need some time after an international break to get back in the right rhythm. Liverpool is one of those teams that really struggled to find some kind of form this match. With Manchester City and Arsenal facing each other later on the day, this match was a very important one for Liverpool. A win at home against Brighton and Hove Albion is always needed when you want to become champion, but especially when you know you will gain points on at least one of your competitors. It was however Brighton and Hove Albion who took an early lead with a gola by Danny Wellbeck.

Liverpool starts pushing

Conceding an early goal was everything Liverpool didn’t need in this match. But it also gave them more than enough time to comeback from this early blow. In the 27th minute, it was Luis Diaz with the equaliser. Liverpool tried to take advantage of this momentum and started pushing even harder. Nevertheless both teams went back to the dressing room with a goal each. An important second half was coming for Liverpool. With the upcoming schedule, a draw today would feel like a loss.

Salah to the rescue

Ever since Mohamed Salah started playing for Liverpool, he has been an absolute legend for Liverpool. He always scores and assists when it’s needed the most. This time it wasn’t any different. With roughly 30 minutes to go, he received the ball in the box from MacAllister and did what he always does, scoring. With Liverpool’s second goal, he scored another match winning goal for Liverpool. A possible 3-1 was ruled out for offside, but Brighton couldn’t find a second goal. This means Liverpool goes back to the top of the table for at least a few hours, now it’s up to Manchester City and Arsenal to try and close the gap again.