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Liverpool catch up with undefeated record as West Ham dominate – Match report.

Before the game. Jurgen Klopp‘s Liverpool had just hit. the longest unbeaten run in the club’s history, equal to what Bob Presley did in the 80s, and if they beat West Ham. In this game. a new record can be set instantly – but that’s not the case.

Liverpool had an unsatisfactory start. After West Ham were led in the fifth minute. With a quick kick into an own goal from Alisson Becker’s corner.

After taking the lead. West Ham went down to pack the game firmly.

Liverpool tried to create chances. But were unable to penetrate the Hammers’ defence. While the open-air shot was rarely on target.

After swooping in for a while. Liverpool’s equalizer was achieved through a free-kick in front of the penalty area by Trent Alexander-Arnold.

At the end of the first half. West Ham had the opportunity to garden from the long ball to Antonio. but fell first. So lost the opportunity to chop the trigger

Shortly after half-time. West Ham created another danger from a corner kick. This time with Dawson going up the hump to hit the crossbar.

They came home playing more confident in the second half and it was clear they wanted more than a single point at home.

In the 67th minute, Mane lost possession of the ball, found Bowen, dragged him back quickly. stabbing Fornals without a splicer to chop the trigger and shoot into the net decisively.