Liverpool vs West Ham 3-2 in a match for Premier League, Liverpool 🏆💪

Liverpool vs West Ham 3-2 in a match for Premier League, Liverpool 🏆💪

Liverpool vs West Ham: Atlético de Madrid already knows what awaits him at Anfield. With all the public overturned, Liverpool turned the scoreboard against West Ham. 3-2 to get its eighteenth consecutive Premier League victory . That way, he matches the Manchester City record and goes one step closer to the title in a complicated week.

Match summary – Liverpool vs West Ham

Thanks to the goals of Mohamed Salah and Sadio Mané in the final leg of the game against West Ham , Liverpool won 3-2. voided the first defeat of the season in the Premier League , this Monday at the close of day 27 of the English championship.

The leader of the English league was ahead on the scoreboard with a goal from the Dutch Giorginio Wijnaldum. ut the Hammers, who fight to not descend, managed to overcome with many of the French Issa Diop and the Spanish Pablo Fornals.

Highlights uploaded by Liverpool FC

Inside story – Liverpool vs West Ham

When it seemed that the surprise would jump in Anfield. e ‘Reds’ came back with the goals of Salah and Sané. With this victory, Liverpool maintains 22 points ahead of its main pursuer. Manchester City, which won 1-0 on the third-court court, Leicester, on Saturday.

The triumph also allows the Jürgen Klopp club to match the record of consecutive victories in the English league. Which it now shares with Manchester City, which added 18 consecutive victories in 2017.


The only game that Liverpool did not win this season was the draw for a goal in Old Trafford on the 9th day, last October 20.

Liverpool vs West Ham
Liverpool vs West Ham 3-2 in a match for Premier League, Liverpool 🏆💪

The German team also equals the record of 21 consecutive wins at Anfield. hat won the legendary Bill Shankly between January and December 1972. And adds 44 league games without losing, approaching the absolute record of English football that Arsenal has with 49.

After this day, Liverpool only need four victories in the last 11 championship matches to achieve their first title since 1990.

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