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“The goal is embrace controlled chaos” – Liverpool staged an outrageous comeback against Fulham to win

Fans respond to TAA's brilliance, which helped Liverpool defeat Fulham.

Liverpool supporters were stunned as the team won a 7-goal thriller against Fulham thanks to Trent Alexander-Arnold’s 88th-minute strike. The score at Anfield was 4-3 in favour of Liverpool.

In the first 45 minutes of the game, Liverpool scored twice. A 30-yard scorcher from Alexis Mac Allister followed Trent Alexander-Arnold‘s curling freekick. However, TAA’s 20th-minute dead-ball mastery was ruled an own goal by Fulham custodian Bernd Leno. Even though the home team scored two goals, the Cottagers could equalize each time. The first half ended with a 2-2 tie due to strikes from Harry Wilson and Kenny Tete.

In the 80th minute of the second half, Bobby Cordova’s header from Tom Cairney’s cross put the visitors ahead 3-2. Despite the despair of the Kop, the game took an unexpected turn after the 86th minute. Wataru Endo and Alexander-Arnold scored in the 87th and 88th minutes, respectively, to complete an amazing comeback. TAA was deservedly named Man of the Match after his excellent effort.

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Trent Alexander-Arnold. (Source: Twitter)
Trent Alexander-Arnold. (Source: Twitter)

Liverpool players, particularly vice-captain Trent Alexander-Arnold, were lauded after the team defeated 14th-placed Fulham in a Premier League encounter at Anfield. Fans appeared to be on cloud nine following four spectacular goals that helped Liverpool win the game.

The game kept viewers on the edge of their seats, at times that seemed like a thriller. Liverpool eventually won a thrilling game, providing comfort to their fans. Fans from all around the world poured love on ‘X,’ offering their opinions on the film. Many lauded Alexander-Arnold as the ‘Premier League’s Best Right Back,’ rejecting similarities to Reece James and Kyle Walker.

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