Liverpool will increase the pressure on the competitors at the top of the Premier League thanks to a arbejdssejr Saturday.
At stamford bridge won the Liverpool by 1-0 over Brighton, although guests were far from sparkling.
Shortly into the second half scored by Mohamed Salah sejrsmålet on a penalty kick, he even had fought. Thus, he demonstrated yet again why he on Tuesday was again rewarded with the title as Africa's best footballer.
With the victory is Liverpool seven points ahead of Manchester City in the second place, but the City can reduce the gap on Monday when Wolverhampton visit biggest profiles in the squad.
Liverpool's games were lagging in the beginning of the match, and the team had a hard time to break Brighton's compact defensive up. A header from Xherdan Shaqiri was Liverpool's best attempt in the first half.
In the fourth minute of the second half took Mohamed Salah matters into their own hands.
After more sprightly driblinger he was killed in the field, with illegal means, and on the subsequent penalty kick he thundered the ball into the goal, although the keeper chose the correct side.
the Goal destroyed the Brighton plan only to stand on the defensive on the track, but it suited the home team to get further ahead. It was to solve the options in front of Alisson Becker goal, but Jürgen Klopp and co. was probably never really nervous.
At the other end had Liverpool more available to conclusively close fight, but Salahs straffesparksmål was the difference between the two teams, as the match was whistled by.
There were played several other matches in the Premier League on Saturday afternoon, and several danes were in action.
Kasper Schmeichel was passed in the 11. minute on a penalty kick and again just before the break, as Leicester disappointingly lost 1-2 at home to Southampton, after having been in the majority in more than a whole half.
Jannik Vestergaard started inside for Southampton, who were without a karantæneramt Pierre-Emile Højbjerg.
Huddersfield played 0-0 away, in a bundbrag against Cardiff. Jonas Lössl, Philip Billing, and Mathias 'Zanka' Jørgensen was in the starting eleven for the away team. Kenneth Zohore was not with the team.
Huddersfield is last in the Premier League, while Cardiff is just over the line. Eight points separates the two teams.