West Ham ends Liverpool’s 20-match Unbeaten run in Premier League, as the undefeated run came to an end on Sunday when they were defeated 3-2 by West Ham.
An Alisson own-goal put David Moyes’ side ahead at London Stadium, but Trent Alexander-wonderful Arnold’s curler four minutes before the break maintained contact.
After the halftime, West Ham took control, with Pablo Fornals and Kurt Zouma both scoring within seven minutes of one other.
After four minutes, Alisson only managed to push Fornals’ whipped corner into his own goal, despite Liverpool’s protests for a foul from Angelo Ogbonna falling on deaf ears.
Following a quick free-kick routine with Mohamed Salah, Diogo Jota headed over before Alexander-Arnold leveled with a stunning drive into the top-right corner. After the half, Craig Dawson hit the crossbar with a header, while Lukasz Fabianski had to save a left-footed volley from Sadio Mane at the other end.
After 67 minutes, West Ham seized the lead again when Jarrod Bowen went on a driving run before releasing Fornals, who managed to squeak a left-footed effort past Alisson.
The visitors’ woes were compounded when Zouma rose highest to head home Aaron Cresswell’s corner – the Hammers’ 32nd top-flight goal from set-pieces since Moyes took over, six more than any other team.
With seven minutes remaining, Origi forced a frantic finish when he turned and blasted into the bottom-right corner after Alexander-throw. Klopp’s side came close to completing the comeback, but Mane headed over from Alexander-free-kick Arnold’s in stoppage time as West Ham held on for the win.
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