The Liverpool has consolidated thanks to a spectacular success in the Premier League. The team of coach Jürgen Klopp won 4:3 (0:1) against the Crystal Palace . The Reds increased their lead over the Second Manchester City, at least temporarily, to seven points. City playing on Sunday at the table last Huddersfield Town.

Liverpool was against Palace, although from the start the stronger Team, but the hosts went behind in the break, Andros Townsend had one of the rare Palace-used attacks to the guide (34. Minute).

Liverpool’s Mo Salah is the case, for 3:2

started, Then the Reds. Mohamed Salah (46.) and Roberto Firmino (53.) turned the match around. James Tomkins hit the 2:2 (65.), however, Liverpool put again by Salah (75. Minute) and Sadio Mané (90.+3). The Ex-Schalke’s Max Meyer put the final point (90.+5). Liverpool had to survive the last minutes, after James Milner (89.) for a Foul Yellow-Red had seen.

Hasenhüttls Southampton wins again

Champions, Manchester United celebrated the sixth victory in the sixth Premier League game under interim coach Ole Gunnar Solskjær. The 2:1 (2:0) against the Brighton & Hove Albion Paul Pogba (27 met.) by foul penalty and Marcus Rashford (42.) for the Red Devils. The match for Brighton, the former Ingolstadt’s Pascal scored Big (72.).

team Manager Ralph Hasenhüttl celebrated with the Southampton the next victory. Against the Everton the Saints 2:1 (0:0) continued and improved on the 15. Table place. James Ward Prowse (50.) and Lucas Digne by own goal (64.) ensured Southampton’s lead. For the guests shortened Gylfi Sigurdsson (90.).

had taken Since, the club at the beginning of December, it runs for Southampton. Prior to the commitment of the former Leipzig-Coach the Team, had taken nine points from 15 games and on rank 18 confessed. Under Hasenhüttl, the team gained 13 points in eight League games.


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