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Liverpool keep tittle chase alive winning against Tottenham

Liverpool retained their tittle chase with a crucial win against tough side Tottenham at the Anfield on Sunday.

Liverpoolopened scoring in the first half from a wonderful header before Lucas Moura equalizedfor the visitors putting the game level.

Liverpoolwere about to lose ground on Manchester City who won 2-0 against Fulham onSaturday but a last-minute twist of events gave life to the stadium.

Spursfailed to clear Mohammed Salah’s corner header that fell on the legs ofTottenham’s Toby Alderweireld netting an own goal.

Liverpool sit two points clear of Manchester City who still have a game in hand and on the hunt of the Premier League trophy as well.

Also read: Liverpool beat Bayern Munich to seal a quarter-final spot

ManchesterCity and Liverpool are left to face off each other as they lie more than 15points clear of third place Tottenham who risks moving fourth if Arsenal win onMonday.

Liverpooldoubted win

The Sundaygame who as do to die match with Liverpool’s win cast in doubt given how toughTottenham prove to be.

Last minutegoal from Tottenham proved Liverpool critics wrong with Manchester City taskedto push harder.

Liverpool keep tittle chase alive winning against Tottenham
Slavian Mwangecho
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