Liverpool remained neck and neck with Arsenal in the title race over the weekend following a crucial 3-1 triumph at Craven Cottage.


Jurgen Klopp’s squad exhibited a strong determination to reverse their recent fortunes on Sunday, with goals from Trent Alexander-Arnold, Ryan Gravenberch, and Diogo Jota sealing the victory.


The outcome sees Liverpool now level on points with Arsenal at the summit of the Premier League table.

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Game Recap:
Liverpool wasted no time asserting themselves at Craven Cottage, with Luis Diaz having the first opportunity of the game within three minutes, narrowly missing a header from a Trent Alexander-Arnold cross.

Joao Palhinha, the most cautioned player in the Premier League this season, swiftly earned a yellow card, marking his 13th booking of the campaign.

As the match approached the half-hour mark, Liverpool intensified their efforts, and Alexander-Arnold showcased his prowess by bending a free-kick superbly into the top-left corner.

However, Liverpool’s momentum faltered after taking the lead, allowing Fulham to claw back into the contest. The Cottagers capitalized on this lapse, equalizing late in the first half through Timothy Castagne, who capitalized on a loose ball in the penalty area to notch his debut goal for Fulham.

Both teams emerged from halftime eager to assert themselves, wasting no time in doing so. Harvey Elliott came close to scoring first, narrowly missing the target after a slick Liverpool buildup.

Liverpool doubled their lead moments later, as Ryan Gravenberch expertly curled a shot into the bottom right corner from just outside the penalty area.

With the advantage secured, Liverpool maintained their composure, crafting several more opportunities before the final whistle.

One such chance resulted in another goal, as Diogo Jota latched onto a Cody Gakpo through ball before slotting home from the left side of the penalty area.