Divock Origi. (Photo by JUSTIN TALLIS / AFP)
Divock Origi went deep into the stoptime to push Liverpool to the top of the Premier League, winning the last gasping 1-0 with a wolf on Saturday.
A very malicious Belgian went off the bench and went on strike with seconds left to keep the Reds from missing out on many opportunities in Molino.
Chelsea’s defeat to West Ham early Saturday gave Jurgen Klopp’s men a chance to be ahead of the European champions.
With Mohamed Salah’s cutback, Origi’s low finish puts Liverpool one point away from Bruce and two points ahead of Manchester City, who will face Watford on Saturday.
Liverpool have scored four goals each in the last three league games and more than two goals in 18 consecutive games, but the run ended after a rare holiday.
Trent Alexander-Arnold volleyed before Diogo Jota headed for the first chance of a big chance to play against the previous club.
Sarah was denied a simple tap-in to the 20th goal in many games by the miraculous final challenge of safely diverting Andy Robertson’s cross from Romain Saïs.
The chances of getting in and out of Liverpool continued after the break, but no bigger chance than what was presented to Jota in the middle of the half.
By confusion between wolf goalkeeper Jose Sa and Sais, Portuguese International walked the ball towards an unprotected net, but instead of putting the ball in a corner, he went straight to Conor Coady on the line. Fired at.
Sa’s heroic denied Mane and Salah and seemed ready to score points for Wolves.
But this time Salah played the provider and chose Origi, so he was finally beaten with the final kick of the game. Liverpool bench.
Origi tames the wolf and makes Liverpool the top of the Premier League
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