Liverpool staged a remarkable comeback, overturning a potential defeat into a Premier League victory with two quick goals. Fulham secured a 3-2 lead with only 10 minutes remaining, courtesy of Bobby Decordova-Reid’s header from Tom Cairney’s precise cross.
However, Japanese substitute Endo equalized three minutes from time with a shot from the edge of the area. The turnaround was completed when Trent Alexander-Arnold controlled a half-clearance on his chest and volleyed home from the penalty area’s edge.
The first half witnessed Fulham twice falling behind to extraordinary strikes. Alexander-Arnold’s impressive free-kick rebounded off the crossbar, struck Bernd Leno, and found the net. Meanwhile,
Alexis Mac Allister executed a flawless half-volley with the outside of his boot from 25 yards. Former Liverpool youth player Harry Wilson poked home Antonee Robinson’s cross, and Kenny Tete leveled the score just before halftime.
Despite Darwin Nunez missing Liverpool’s best chances in the second half, hitting the bar and shooting wide, Fulham took the lead. This turn of events appeared to set them up for a shocking victory.
However, Liverpool’s resilience prevailed, securing the win and keeping them just two points behind Premier League leaders Arsenal.