Anfield was the venue for the match between Jurgen Klopp’s squad and Fulham, which they won 4-3 on Sunday. This victory allowed them to keep their place in the Premier League.
With the Reds going up against the squad coached by Marco Silva, they wanted to maintain their competitiveness in the league, but achieving victory was not an easy task. Alexander-Arnold kicked off the scoring with a free kick that was deflected off Bernd Leno. An equalizer was shortly scored by Harry Wilson, who had previously played for the team. Following that, Alexis Mac Allister scored with a powerful long-range effort, but Fulham responded with another equalizer immediately afterward.
Bobby de-Cordova Reid scored an unexpected goal for Fulham with barely ten minutes left to play, putting the team in a 3-2 lead. Despite this, Wataru Endo, who came on as a replacement, tied the score before Alexander-Arnold secured a thrilling victory in the final minute of injury time.
During the post-match talks on beIN Sport, Keys expressed his disagreement with the decision to validate the goal, claiming that there was a foul committed during the buildup to the play. Following that, he put out a unique justification for the goal being permitted, claiming, “It’s only not considered a foul because it occurred at the Kop End.”