Mohamed Salah saves Liverpool from defeat to Fulham

Liverpool came to a 2-2 draw against hosts Fulham in the first stage of the English Premier League football competition today, Saturday.

The side that returned to the Premier League this season was the closest to a win, but Egyptian Mohamed Salah’s experience played a prominent role in the clash’s final draw.

Germany’s Jurgen Klopp started with a strong roster that included Mohamed Salah, Dutchman Van Dijk, Spaniard Alcantara and many of the team’s stars, but preferred to leave Uruguayan Darwin Nunez on the bench.

Fulham were the most dangerous side in the first half, threatening Brazilian goalkeeper Alisson more than once before Serbian Aleksandar Mitrovic was able to open the score in the 31st minute with a header and put the hosts ahead.

Klopp pitched Elliott and Nunez nearly five minutes into the second half to clearly improve and equalize Liverpool’s performance thanks to the Uruguayan substitute on a pass from Salah (64).

And Liverpool tried to get the right of way right after the goal, but Van Dyck made a foul in the penalty area to cause a penalty kick, which Mitrovic translated into a goal (71).

Mohamed Salah brought things back to the starting point by converting a ball and Nunez link to the goal to score the equalizing goal (80).

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