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Written by Albert Echatah

At Selhurst Park on Saturday afternoon, Liverpool defeated 10-man Crystal Palace 2-1 to take the lead in the Premier League standings.


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After Jordan Ayew was sent off in the second half, Palace took the lead on home ground in the 57th minute thanks to a penalty kick from Jean-Philippe Mateta. However, Mohamed Salah’s 200th goal for Liverpool tied the score in the 76th minute, and Harvey Elliott won it in the dying seconds.

When Virgil van Dijk took Odsonne Edouard down in the 29th minute, Palace was given a penalty. However, the call was reversed by VAR because it was determined that Will Hughes had fouled Wataru Endo during the build-up.

The first half saw the Eagles denied a penalty, but they were awarded one in the 56th minute after Jarell Quansah was found to have fouled Mateta. The Palace forward then took advantage of the situation to score, giving Hodgson’s team the lead shortly before the hour mark.

The Eagles were denied a penalty in the first period, but they were given the decision in the 56th minute, with Jarell Quansah adjudged to have fouled Mateta, and the Palace forward stepped up to find the back of the net, with Hodgson’s side taking the lead just before the hour.

Then, in the 76th minute, Salah’s effort from within the box found a way into the net via a deflection, giving the Egyptian his 200th goal for Liverpool. This brought the score back to even. Elliott’s shot from outside the box gave Liverpool the lead in the ninetieth minute, breaking Palace’s hearts at Selhurst Park.

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Meanwhile…

Erik ten Hag is anxious to prevent Jadon Sancho from making a “empty gesture,” therefore Manchester United is apparently willing to accept a “significant loss” on him.

Sancho has a disruptive impact on the rest of United’s team, according to manager Ten Hag, who is determined to get rid of the winger.

This season, Sancho and Ten Hag had a nasty falling out, with the Dutchman publicly criticizing his player in the media for his lack of effort in practice. After spending £73 million on him in 2021, United is now willing to suffer a “significant loss” on the player in the January transfer window.

(metro.co)

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