UA-201076440-1 Liverpool 0-1 Fulham: Mario Lemina sentences champions to 6th consecutive Anfield rout >> Trustsammy


Liverpool lose 6th consecutive game at Anfield; champions have neglected to win eight progressive home games without precedent for a very long time; Fulham seal second-since forever Anfield win as Scott Parker's side draw level on focuses with Brighton to support endurance trusts. 


Klopp rolled out seven improvements in the wake of Thursday's loss by Chelsea yet they neglected to motivate the Reds as their terrible grand slam proceeded against the assignment compromised Cottagers. 


Mario Lemina rebuffed slack shielding from Mohamed Salah to rifle in his first Fulham objective on the stroke of half-time as Scott Parker's side were remunerated for their audacious methodology at the home of champions. 


Substitute Sadio Mane cut the crossbar in the subsequent half and a pivotal stoppage-time leeway from Joachim Andersen kept Liverpool from rescuing a point as they neglected to win for an eighth sequential game at Anfield interestingly since 1958. 


Paradoxically, it was an important first administrative visit to Anfield for Parker as he guided Fulham to just their second triumph away at Liverpool which sees them move level on focuses with seventeenth spot Brighton in the fight for endurance. 


With an eye apparently on Wednesday's Bosses Alliance most recent 16 second-leg with RB Leipzig, Klopp made seven pre-coordinate changes, however they were jumped upon by a Fulham side battling for their lives. 


The guests verged on taking an early lead when January credit marking Josh Maja shanked a volley wide inside three minutes, and Fulham's courageous methodology proceeded to cause Liverpool's stopgap safeguard issues all through the principal period. 


Ademola Lookman had the beating of Neco Williams, torturing the Liverpool right-back all through with driving runs which he might have covered with objectives had he discovered the objective with two shots from the get-go in the principal half. 


Klopp opposed the enticement of making changes toward the beginning of the subsequent half, which was welcomed by the low buzz overhead of a flag conveying plane which the message 'Solidarity is Strength. How about we go Reds. YNWA'. 


It nearly roused the Reds to a moment reaction, with Diogo Jota's booming volley expertly tipped away by Alphonse Areola inside three minutes of the restart. 


Mane was presented soon after the hour mark yet even he couldn't start Liverpool into life as he neglected to change over a header from Shaqiri's cross and scraped an exertion into the ground from Trent Alexander-Arnold's cross. 


Liverpool sloped up the pressing factor late on yet Fulham's heavy protective execution was epitomized by Andersen's shocking late leeway as Liverpool's Anfield hardships kept on leaving their best four expectations shredded.

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