Liverpool vs Fulham

Highlights and Full Match | Video

Witness the complete replay and highlights of the electrifying encounter between Liverpool and Fulham. The action kicks off at 14:00 (GMT) on the 3rd of December 2023. Keep your eyes on the game officiated by the renowned referee S. Attwell at the iconic Anfield stadium. Don’t miss this thrilling match in the England – Premier League, Week 14 of the 2023/2024 season.

Liverpool vs Fulham Full Match Reports

In a riveting clash at Anfield, Liverpool orchestrated a late-game spectacle, securing a 4-3 victory against Fulham and propelling themselves to the second spot in the Premier League standings. This triumph extends Liverpool’s remarkable unbeaten run on their home turf to 19 matches, comprising 16 wins and 3 draws.

The Reds initially thought they seized the lead within eight minutes through Mohamed Salah, only to have the goal disallowed due to an offside in the buildup. Undeterred, Liverpool eventually broke the deadlock as Trent Alexander-Arnold’s exquisite free-kick ricocheted off Bernd Leno’s back, finding the net after kissing the underside of the crossbar. Notably, none of the last 11 head-to-head encounters at Anfield had witnessed both teams scoring, but Fulham shattered that trend with their first shot on target. Former Liverpool prodigy Harry Wilson tapped in Antonee Robinson’s cross, leveling the score.

Facing a demanding situation, Liverpool found inspiration in Alexis Mac Allister, who etched his first goal for Liverpool into the annals of memory—a phenomenal long-range strike into the top corner. However, Fulham responded with Kenny Tete poking home Raúl Jiménez’s flick-on from a corner in added time, exploiting Liverpool’s susceptibility to set pieces. Fulham, though, saw their joy short-lived as Tim Ream’s close-range effort from the subsequent corner was nullified by the offside flag, concluding a tumultuous first half.

The second half witnessed Liverpool’s resolute determination to maintain their formidable record at Anfield, where they had lost only once in their last 48 Premier League games. Darwin Núñez, with a perfect record in PL home matches he had scored in, came agonizingly close to giving Liverpool the lead within the opening 10 minutes. Despite Salah’s creative prowess, setting up several chances, Núñez faltered from a promising position on the hour-mark.

Fulham, however, displayed unwavering resilience, completing a shocking comeback with 10 minutes remaining. Substitutes Tom Cairney and Bobby Decordova-Reid orchestrated the equalizer, with the latter heading in at the far post after brilliant work from Robinson. The match, characterized by chaos from start to finish, witnessed two late goals transforming Liverpool’s fortunes. Wataru Endō marked his inaugural Premier League goal with a splendid long-range finish, followed by Alexander-Arnold’s unstoppable strike into the corner, completing a dramatic comeback.

This result keeps Liverpool in close pursuit of league leaders Arsenal, while a disappointed Marco Silva sees Fulham still in search of their first away league victory this season, maintaining a 14th-place position in the table.

Trent Alexander-Arnold rightfully earned the Man of the Match accolade for his pivotal role in Liverpool’s thrilling victory.