iverpool on Sunday evening snatched victory from the jaws of defeat at Anfield.
The Reds trailed Fulham 3-2 and were almost losing the game but substitute Endo and Trent Arnold rescued all three maximum points for the Reds.
Trent converted Liverpool’s first goal via a freekick in the 20th minute of the encounter, but Fulham’s Harry Wilson Capitalized on a goalkeeping error from Second choice goalie, Kelleher to equalize for the visitors in the 24th minute.
Argentine Midfielder, MacAllister put Liverpool back in the lead when he scored a screamer in the 38th minute of the encounter, but Fulham Karry Tete equalized at the stroke of 45minutes to end the first half on a stalemate.
Upon resumption of second half, Fulham grabbed the 3rd goal, Reid lashed on to a cross to head past Kelehher and when it seems the match was over, Substitute Endo equalized for the Reds in the 85th minute, before Trent scored the fourth to win the game for Liverpool.
Elsewhere, 10-man Chelsea defeated Brighton 3-2 Courtesy of goals from Endo, Colwill, Bouonanote and J Pedro.
Chelsea started energetically and on the front foot, but couldn’t really establish any sort of control, alternating dangerous passing sequences at the back with watching Brighton possess the ball.
After surviving 15 solid minutes of pressure, Sanchez plucked a corner out of the air and quickly started a 3-v-2 counter: Sterling to Jackson to Mudryk. Mudryk was not able to finish the 1-v-1 after taking a slightly long touch, but was bundled over from behind by Milner.
Colwin lashed on to a cross from Nicolas Jackson to put the Blues in front, Bouonanote reduced the deficit to 2-1 at the end of first half.
Mudryk was fouled in the 75th minute, the referee waved play on, but VAR intervened and called for a review. Enzo dispatched the penalty with coolness for the Blues 3rd goal.
With scores at 3-2 , a late drama ensured, Brighton scored the second but all efforts by the visitors to equalize proved abortive.
Chelsea defeated Brighton after two winless encounters against Manchester City and Newcastle united.