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Salah and Mane on target as the reds brushed aside Crystal Palace in a comfortable 4-0 victory

DeshAdesina 06/24/2020

Liverpool swings back in action tonight today following their goalless draw at the merseyside derby against Everton on Sunday night.

Liverpool was up against Crystal Palace in tonight's clash as the visitors was brushed aside by the league leaders as Salah,Mane, Alexander Arnold and Fabinho gets on the score sheet for Liverpool.

This win makes Liverpool 3 points away from the premier League title,should Manchester City lose against Chelsea on Thursday night.

Liverpool will also be up against reigning Champions Manchester city on the 2nd July 2020.A decisive match that.


Liverpool took the lead with 23 minutes on the clock through a superb curler from Trent Alexander Arnold free kick caused by Crystal Palace's Jordan Ayew.

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The reds doubled their lead just one minute before stoppage time as Fabinho provided a wonderful assist for Salah who didn't hesitate to put it in the back of the net.

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Liverpool were not done yet as they increased their lead with just 10 minutes into the second half.It was Fabinho with the screamer this time as he scores with a long range shot that found its way into Wayne Hennessey's net.

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Liverpool rounded it all off with Salah and Mane both involved in the last goal of the match,the duo was amazing in the match all through with Salah setting up Mane for the fourth goal.A clinical finish from Mane put the game to bed for Liverpool in the 69th minute.

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The game ended 4:0

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Liverpool now has a 23 points lead over 2nd placed and reigning Champions Manchester City.

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