Liverpool were in action in the English Premier League today when they welcomed Fulham to the Anfield Stadium on Wednesday evening. The Anfield Giants bagged another victory in the competition as they narrowly defeated Fulham 1-0 thanks to a lone goal from Mohamed Salah. The Reds are definitely not giving up on their fight for a place in the Premier League top-four as they did enough to bag all three points from this encounter.
Well, let's take a look at the three players that aided Liverpool's important victory over Fulham in the competition today.
1, Mohamed Salah.
The Egyptian International stepped up with another amazing performance for Liverpool in today's match against Fulham. The 30-year-old confidently converted another penalty for Liverpool in the game which helped raise the team's spirit and contribute to their important victory over the Cottagers.
2, Trent Alexander Arnold.
Undoubtedly, Trent Alexander Arnold was one of Liverpool's best players in the game against Fulham. The English International was quite sharp and solid defensively for Liverpool in the game as he did his part brilliantly in neutralising the threat of Fulham's attackers.
3, Alisson Becker.
The Brazilian Shot Stopper came to the party when his side needed him the most against Fulham in today's game. The 30-year-old made three crucial saves in the encounter to ensure Liverpool's lead remain intact against the Cottagers.
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