Liverpool, down to ten men, drew 1-1 with Crystal Palace at Anfield thanks to an incredible Luis Diaz goal.Information Guide Nigeria
On the 32nd minute, Wilfried Zaha gave Palace the lead by latching onto an Eberechi Eze feed and firing past Alisson on the counterattack.
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As a result of an argument with Joachim Andersen, Darwin Nunez, making his full debut, was dismissed from the game in the 57th minute, dropping Liverpool to 10 men.
However, Diaz brilliantly glided in from the edge of the box four minutes later to level the score, and despite Zaha hitting the post late on, neither team was able to score a late winner.
After two games, Jurgen Klopp’s Premier League season is off to his worst start ever thanks to back-to-back draws, while Mohamed Salah has surprisingly failed to score in Matchweek 2 since joining Liverpool.JAMB Result
With two points, the Reds are in 12th place, one ahead of Palace in 16th.
A week from today, Klopp’s team will travel to Manchester United in search of their first victory of the season, while Palace will take on Aston Villa at home on Saturday in search of their first triumph.
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