Money Time: Liverpool beat Forest 0:1 dramatically

The 27th round of the English league provided us with great moments, when Liverpool achieved a dramatic 0:1 victory over Nottingham Forest and remained at the top, Chelsea continued to look bad with a 2:2 against Brentford, Aston Villa beat Luton in the 89th minute and Tottenham won 3:1 Crystal Palace is making a huge comeback. Also wins for West Ham, Fulham and Newcastle.

Nottingham Forest – Liverpool 1:0

The Premier League leader continued her tremendous momentum and beat Nuno Espirito Santos’ team 0:1 with a goal by Darwin Nunes in the 100th minute. This goal can be remembered as one of the championship goals of the Mighty Reds. Klopp’s team achieved a critical victory and ensured the arrival from first place for one of the games of the season against Manchester City. In contrast, Forest got involved in the bottom and will meet Brighton in the next round when it looks like one of the top candidates to be relegated.

Anthony Alanga vs. Ibrahima Konata (Reuters)Anthony Alanga vs. Ibrahima Konata (Reuters)

25th minute: A good chance for the hosts, Anthony Alanga got into a dangerous situation, but Caumin Kelleher produced a great save to save Klopp’s side from conceding.

Anthony Alanga vs Virgil van Dijk (Reuters)Anthony Alanga vs Virgil van Dijk (Reuters)
Alexis McAllister vs. Nicolas Dominguez (Reuters)Alexis McAllister vs. Nicolas Dominguez (Reuters)
Luis Diaz kicks (Reuters)Luis Diaz kicks (Reuters)

90+10 minutes, a goal! Liverpool went up to 0:1: some character Darwin Nunez gave Klopp’s team the win in the most dramatic way possible.

Darwin Nunes celebrates (Reuters)Darwin Nunes celebrates (Reuters)

Tottenham – Crystal Palace 1:3

The Roosters achieved important points in the fight for the fourth leading place in the Champions League, when they beat Crystal Palace 1:3 at the end of a tremendous turnaround with goals from Timur Werner (77′), Christian Romero (80′) and Yong Min Son (88′), Aberchi Eze ( 59′) only gave the lead to the eagles temporarily with a tremendous goal from a free kick. Next round the Roosters will meet Aston Villa for a critical and direct battle for fourth place in the table. On the other hand, Oliver Glasner’s team will host Luton and try to get important points against the team from the bottom.

Timo Werner (Reuters)Timo Werner (Reuters)
James Madison vs. Joel Ward (Reuters)James Madison vs. Joel Ward (Reuters)

59th minute, a goal! Crystal Palace went up 0:1: Aberchi Aza gave the visitors the lead with a perfect free kick.

Crystal Palace players celebrate (Reuters)Crystal Palace players celebrate (Reuters)

78th minute, a goal! Tottenham equalized 1:1: Brennan Johnson passed a cross, Timur Werner arrived and scored in front of an empty net.

Timo Werner celebrates (Reuters)Timo Werner celebrates (Reuters)

81st minute, a goal! Tottenham went up to 1:2: Christian Romero struck in to complete the turnaround for the Roosters.

Christian Romero celebrates (Reuters)Christian Romero celebrates (Reuters)

88th minute, a goal! Tottenham went up to 1:3: Jung Min Son scored with ease from close range to wrap things up for Ange Postecoglou’s side.

Jung Min Son celebrates (Reuters)Jung Min Son celebrates (Reuters)

Brentford – Chelsea 2:2

Pochettino’s team continued to falter when they finished 2:2 against the Wasps in the London derby. The Blues took the lead with a goal by Nicholas Jackson in a strike (35), Rorislav Rasmussen (49′) and Johan Wiesa (68′) with one of the goals of the season in a tremendous amount, turned. Axel Disassi (82′) sealed the result of the game. The visitors continued to look bad and will meet Newcastle in the next round for a tough game, the host gained an important point in the bottom battles before meeting Arsenal in the next round.

Christopher Ayer vs. Nicholas Jackson (Reuters)Christopher Ayer vs. Nicholas Jackson (Reuters)

Minute 35, a goal! Chelsea went up to 0:1: Nicholas Jackson rose superbly to tap in from Malo Gusto’s level to give the Blues the lead.

Nicholas Jackson celebrates (Reuters)Nicholas Jackson celebrates (Reuters)
Sergio Hedwin vs. Cole Palmer (Reuters)Sergio Hedwin vs. Cole Palmer (Reuters)

49th minute, a goal! Brentford drew 1:1: Rorslav Rasmussen scored from close range after a mess in the box and equalized for the host.

Rorslav Rasmussen celebrates (Reuters)Rorslav Rasmussen celebrates (Reuters)

68th minute, a goal! Brentford went up to 1:2: Johan Wiesa scored one of the goals of the season with a curler from outside the box to complete the comeback for Thomas Frank’s side.

Johan Wiesa conquers a barber shop (Reuters)Johan Wiesa conquers a barber shop (Reuters)
Brentford players celebrate with Thomas Frank (Reuters)Brentford players celebrate with Thomas Frank (Reuters)

82nd minute, a goal! Chelsea equalized 2:2: Cole Palmer made a great save, Axel Disassi didn’t mess around and brought Pochettino’s team back into the game.

Axel Disassi celebrates (Reuters)Axel Disassi celebrates (Reuters)

Newcastle – Wolves 0:3

The Magpies looked good and rose to seventh place, after a bad period and beat the Wolves with goals from Alexander Issac (14′), Anthony Gordon (33′) and Tino Liberamento (90+2). In the next round they will meet Chelsea for a tough battle. In contrast, Gary O’Neill’s team lost ground and dropped to 10th place and will meet Fulham in the next round for an intriguing game.

Minute 15, a goal! Newcastle went up to 0:1: Alexander Issac headed in from a rebound from a kick by Bruno Guimaraes.

Alexander Issac Koves (Reuters)Alexander Issac Koves (Reuters)
Alexander Isaac celebrates (Reuters)Alexander Isaac celebrates (Reuters)

Minute 33, a goal! Newcastle went up to 0:2: Anthony Gordon pushed in from close range to double the Magpies’ lead.

Newcastle players celebrate (Reuters)Newcastle players celebrate (Reuters)

90+2 minutes, a goal! Newcastle went up to 0:3: Substitute Tino Liberamento sealed the final result, an impressive win for Eddie Howe’s side.

Newcastle players celebrate (Reuters)Newcastle players celebrate (Reuters)

Fulham – Brighton 0:3

The Cottagers achieved an impressive victory with goals from Harry Wilson (22′), Rodrigo Muniz (33′) and Adama Traore (90+1) and continued their positive momentum as they recorded a second consecutive win in the league. On the other hand, De Zarby’s team continued to look bad, losing for the second time in a row and dropping to ninth place in the table. The Seagulls will have to come to their senses quickly before the meeting against Roma in the Europa League.

Carlos Balba vs. Harrison Reed (Reuters)Carlos Balba vs. Harrison Reed (Reuters)

22nd minute, a goal! Fulham went up to 0:1: Harry Wilson took advantage of a defensive error and finished superbly to give the hosts the lead.

Minute 33, a goal! Fulham went up to 0:2: Wilson’s superb lift found the head of Rodrigo Muniz who tapped in from close range to double the Cottagers’ lead.

Rodrigo Muniz and Andrés Ferreira celebrate (Reuters)Rodrigo Muniz and Andrés Ferreira celebrate (Reuters)

90+1 minute, a goal! Fulham went up to 0:3: This is already a defeat. Adama Traore sealed the deal when he nailed the hosts’ third.

Fulham players celebrate (Reuters)Fulham players celebrate (Reuters)

Everton – West Ham 3:1

The Toffees lost a dramatic 3:1 to the Hammers when they hosted them at Goodison Park. Beto (56′) actually put the host in the lead after also missing a penalty, Kurt Zouma (62′), Thomas Suchek (90+2) and Edson Alvarez (90+6) converted. Sean Dyche’s team continued their bad streak and have not won in the league for 10 consecutive games, as they are stuck at the bottom and will meet Manchester United in the next round. On the other hand, David Moyes’ team rose to seventh place and will meet Burnley in the next round, before that they will play against Freiburg in the Europa League.

Muhammad Kodos vs. James Garner (Reuters)Muhammad Kodos vs. James Garner (Reuters)

44th minute, missed penalty: The Toffees were awarded a penalty kick from 11 metres. Beto kicked and Alphonse Areola headed.

56th minute, a goal! Everton went up to 0:1: Beto Haifa missed the penalty when he got up and hit Areola’s net from close range.

Beto Kovas (Reuters)Beto Kovas (Reuters)
Beto celebrates (Reuters)Beto celebrates (Reuters)

62nd minute, a goal! West Ham drew 1:1: Kurt Zouma headed in from a corner kick to level the scores.

West Ham players celebrate (Reuters)West Ham players celebrate (Reuters)

90+2 minutes, a goal! West Ham went up to 1:2: Tomas Sucek scored a great goal and completed the turnaround of the Hammers.

90+6 minutes, a goal! West Ham went up to 1:3: Edson Alvarez finished great in the chip and finished the story.

West Ham players are crazy (Reuters)West Ham players are crazy (Reuters)

Luton – Aston Villa 3:2

A thrilling day in the Premier League was capped off with another dramatic finish as Unai Emery’s side hosted Kenilworth Road. Villa’s hot man this season – Ollie Watkins continued to be hot and scored a great pair (24′, 38′) in the first half. The story turned after the break, when Tahit Chong narrowed it to 2:1 in the 66th minute and Carlton Morris equalized in the 72nd minute after a precise lift from Alfie Doughty. Nevertheless, the guest did not give up and in the 89th minute Luca Dean restored the advantage in a dramatic way and established a 2:3 victory at the end, just before they will be hosted by Ajax in the round of 16 of the Conference League.

Luka Dean and Olli Watkenis celebrate an important winning goal (Reuters)Luka Dean and Olli Watkenis celebrate an important winning goal (Reuters)

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