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Trent Alexander-Arnold just completed a Liverpool comeback for the ages with ridiculous half-volley

Marcus Chan

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Trent Alexander-Arnold just completed a Liverpool comeback for the ages with ridiculous half-volley

Trent Alexander-Arnold has completed a mega Liverpool comeback with a brilliant late volley against Fulham.

On Saturday afternoon, Liverpool were hoping to continue their 100% home record against Fulham at Anfield after their comfortable 4-0 win over LASK in the Europa League on Thursday evening.

Having led twice through Alexander-Arnold and a stunning Alexis Mac Allister goal, Fulham managed to hit back on both occasions.

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With 10 minutes left on the clock, Fulham stunned Anfield into silence as Bobby Decordova-Reid made it 3-2 after heading home a cross from Tom Cairney.

However, Wataru Endo pulled it back to 3-3 before Alexander-Arnold stepped up when his team needed him the most.

As Fulham headed clear a cross, the ball fell perfectly to Alexander-Arnold, who then produced a brilliant volley into the bottom corner to make it 4-3 and send Anfield into pandemonium.

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As a result of the vital three points, Liverpool are now in second place in the Premier League table ahead of Manchester City against Tottenham Hotspur.

Speaking on BBC Radio 5 Live, former Liverpool defender Stephen Warnock said: “You can't say that you saw it coming because Fulham were so, so good defensively for the majority of this game. But that won't be of much consolation to them.

“Those two goals have just turned this game completely on its head.”

He continued: “A huge three points for Liverpool and a huge sigh of relief, those players know they have been in a game.

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“They have had to pull out three outstanding goals to beat this Fulham side, two of which were world class. If Fulham continue to play as they have done here today for the rest of the season they will be absolutely fine.”

Liverpool will be back in Premier League action on Wednesday night when they travel to Bramall Lane to take on struggling Sheffield United.

Featured Image Credit: Premier League

Topics: Trent Alexander-Arnold, Liverpool, Fulham, Premier League, Football

Marcus Chan
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