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Premier League: Liverpool wins on the gong, Chelsea was hot

Liverpool are indestructible.

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Premier League: Liverpool wins on the gong, Chelsea was hot

Liverpool are indestructible. The Reds were hanging on for a long time on the lawn of Nottingham Forest on Saturday for the 27th day of the Premier League, before Uruguayan striker Darwin Nunez delivered his team at the end of added time (0-1). Enough to be assured of retaining control of the championship at the end of the day despite the threats Manchester City and Arsenal, who play on Sunday.

For their part, Chelsea snatched a happy draw on the Brentford pitch (2-2). Tottenham won against Crystal Palace (3-1) after being pushed around for a long time.

Among the other results of the day, Newcastle beat Wolverhampton (3-0), West Ham overthrew Everton (1-3) and Fulham overpowered Brighton (3-0).

With six matches on the program at 4 p.m., thrills were guaranteed in the Premier League this Saturday afternoon. Newcastle performed well in mid-table by easily winning at home against Wolves (3-0). Isak got the ball rolling (14th), then Gordon consolidated the Magpies’ advantage (33rd). At the very end of the match, Livramento invited himself to the party (92nd), to allow Eddie Howe's men to move up to 8th place.

Exactly the same for Fulham, but they remain 12th. Harry Wilson (21st), Rodrigo Muniz (32nd) and finally Adama Traoré (91st) enabled the Cottagers' quiet victory over Brighton (3-0), now 9th behind Newcastle.

Chelsea struggled on the Brentford pitch (2-2). After opening the scoring thanks to Jackson (35th), the Blues were surprised in the second half. Roerslev Rasmussen launched the revolt (50th), then Yoane Wissa overthrew the Londoners with a sensational acrobatic return to be consumed without moderation (69th). Pochettino's men still saved the furniture thanks to his French Disasi header (83rd). Chelsea are 11th, Brentford 15th.

Everton was fooled by West Ham (3-1). As is often the case, the Hammers managed to come up with the score despite Everton's first goal by Beto who missed a penalty before the break (56th). Zouma put his team on the path (62nd), before Soucek gave the Londoners the advantage in added time thanks to a magnificent volley (91st). Alvarez added one unit to the tally a few minutes later (95th). Everton regained some of the points they lost at the start of the season. But they are stagnating in 16th place, while West Ham, 7th, is getting closer to Europe.

Tottenham imitated West Ham, as they also made up a one-goal deficit against Crystal Palace (3-1). Eze first smashed Vicario's cage with a free kick (59th), and the Spurs got the ball rolling. Werner (7th), Romero (80th) and finally Son (88th) sealed the comeback of the men in white. 5th, Postecoglou's players are close behind for the C1, Palace is 14th and languishing in the middle of the table.

And finally, Liverpool were very scared (1-0). Held in check on the Nottingham lawn, they missed everything until. At the very end of added time, Darwin Nunez hung around the box waiting for a ball and he got it! The Uruguayan placed his head and delivered the Reds by giving them three vital points in the title race (99th). Klopp and his men keep their leadership position and Forrest is at the gates of the red zone.

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