Crystal Palace 1-3 Liverpool: Reds close Man City lead to nine points

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  • Liverpool took on Crystal Palace on Sunday afternoon in their bid to push for the Premier League title
  • The Reds were dominant in the first-half, scoring through Virgil van Dijk and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain
  • The home side came out stronger in the second-half, hitting back when Odsonne Edouard tapped in 
  • Palace chased an equaliser but their hopes were over when Diogo Jota was awarded a controversial penalty 
  • Fabinho scored it, and Jurgen Klopp’s men move back within nine points of leaders Manchester City

This is the turf, of course, where a title chase against Manchester City was famously extinguished eight years ago as Liverpool, three goals to the good, were undone by a devastating finale. The draw on that Spring evening in 2014 was a brutal object lesson in complacency.

The dynamics are different this time. City remain so far ahead in the title race that even in January that, as Jurgen Klopp put it before this game, every game is ‘a final’ for his team. But the victory was a reminder that the same perils old lurk, even with his chastening presence on the touchline. Palace could – and should – have found parity with Liverpool before a questionable late penalty took the game beyond them. 

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Klopp can cite the three points, needless to say. Liverpool continue to accumulate them while Mohammed Salah and Sadio Mane are away at the African Cup of Nations. City’s lead at the top is reduced to nine points and it will be six if Liverpool win their game in hand. There might just be life in this title race yet. 

Crystal Palace 1-3 Liverpool: Reds close Man City lead to nine points
© Provided by Daily Mail Fabinho finished a late spot-kick to kill-off Crystal Palace in a 3-1 victory for the Reds, closing the gap to leaders Man City 
Crystal Palace 1-3 Liverpool: Reds close Man City lead to nine points
© Provided by Daily Mail Vincente Guaita was judged to have brought Diogo Jota down in the penalty box, with a long VAR check struggling to decide 
Crystal Palace 1-3 Liverpool: Reds close Man City lead to nine points
© Provided by Daily Mail Palace were drastically better in the second-half and looked most likely to score, but VAR had other ideas at Selhurst Park 

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MATCH FACTS  

Crystal Palace: Guaita 6; Ward 5.5, Andersen 6.5, Guehi 6, Mitchell 4.5; Olise 8, Gallagher 5.5, Hughes 5.5 (Ayew 77 6), Schlupp 7.5, Eduoard 7 (Eze 68 6); Mateta 7 (Benteke 77 5.5). 

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Unused substitutes: Butland, Milivojevic, Ayew, , Clyne, , Kelly, Ferguson, Riedewald

Manager: P Vieira 7.5

 

Liverpool: Alisson 7.5; Alexander-Arnold 6, Matip 6, Van Dijk 7, Robertson 7; Henderson 7, Fabinho 6, Jones 6; Oxlade-Chamberlain 6.5 (Minamino 59 5.5), Firmino 6, Jota 7.5, 

Unused substitutes: Kelleher, Konate, Milner, Gomez, , Tsimikas, Gordon, Williams, Morton

Manager: J Klopp 7

 

Referee: K Friend (Leicestershire) 5.5

Liverpool were aided by a desperately anaemic first half performance by Palace which should have put the game almost out of sight and did damage to the reputation Patrick Vieira’s team have built as a powerful, rapid side. Virgil van Dijk and Alex Oxlade Chamberlain’s goals were gift-wrapped

But that could take nothing away from Liverpool’s first half e fluency. Andrew Robertson’s impeccable delivery assisted in both goals, which were terrible from a Palace perspective.

Van Dijk peeled away undetected as the full-back’s eighth minute corner from the left had been struck and would not have had an easier exercise on the training ground all week. 

Odsonne Eduard was in the general vicinity but the van Dijk’s headed goal was in the net before anyone had computed the danger.

At Anfield in September, Palace had shown some tactical insight, with long balls to beat the Liverpool press but they were swamped as they tried to shift it around in front of their own box and repeatedly unaware where Liverpool danger lurked.

When Robertson put another telling cross in just beyond the half hour mark, Tyrick Mitchell was busy worrying about Roberto Firmino and no-one detected Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, lurking behind, who drew down the ball and scored with a sharp, left-footed half volley.

It was Liverpool’s tenth shot on goal at that stage and Palace had managed a mere two touches in Liverpool’s area. The passing fluency of Jordan Henderson, taking positions high up the Liverpool right, and Diego Jota and the all-round energy told that his team has intent.

It took Liverpool’s own sloppiness to give Palace some belief that attacking intent was within them.

A poor pass across his own penalty area by Joel Matip, as he tried to move out of defence, was sent straight to Michael Olise who had a clear sight of goal and despatched a shot that Alisson extended his left leg to block. When Roberto Firmino sacrificed possession almost as easily, Olise sent though a ball that Jean-Philippe Mateta accelerated past van Dijk to meet, finding an angled shot which Matip managed to put out of play.

Crystal Palace 1-3 Liverpool: Reds close Man City lead to nine points
© Provided by Daily Mail Virgil van Dijk opened the scoring with a bullet header, charging in unmarked as Palace struggled to get a foothold on Sunday
Crystal Palace 1-3 Liverpool: Reds close Man City lead to nine points
© Provided by Daily Mail The big Dutchman rose to head in Andy Robertson’s corner, as Liverpool commanded the opening phases of the game 
Crystal Palace 1-3 Liverpool: Reds close Man City lead to nine points
© Provided by Daily Mail Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain started the game and made it two, arriving at the back-post to touch and bury it past Guaita 

Palace maintained their momentum after the break, with Olise finding the kind of invention that Robertson struggled to deal with. He deceived the Scot to lever a cross from the by-line which Conor Gallagher should have connected with. Schlupp’s leap and angled, knock-down header then caused panic, with Alisson saving from Odsonne Edouard’s backheel.

Palace’s goal came three minutes later – Schlup driving forward and finding a low, angled ball behind Liverpool’s defence that Jean-Phillip Mateta ran on to. Through one-on-one, he slipped the ball inside for Edouard to tuck home.

Palace continued to threaten. Olise ran onto a ball lifted over the retreating Liveroool defence after a long, punted clearance from Vicente Guaita and despatched a lob that Alisson scrambled to palm around his post.

Liverpool, who could not recover anything of their early dominance, were helped out of jeopardy by a questionable VAR decision a few minutes from time. 

Jota ran onto a bouncing ball in the Palace area, missed it entirely as he tried to lift it over Guaita and went to ground quickly when his momentum of his forward movement took him tumbling with the goalkeeper. Fabinho despatched the penalty to Guaita’s left.

Liverpool’s visit to the Etihad on April 9 could yet be decisive match in this title race, though the course of this weekend suggests there will be bumps in the road for both times by then. 

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FULL-TIME: Crystal Palace 1-3 Liverpool

15:54, Sportsmail Reporter

Liverpool can be thankful after that one. Thankful for Alisson principally, but also VAR. A controversial end to a tight game, after the Reds dominated the first-half before Palace took control of the second. Man City’s lead is reduced to nine points… 

FT: Arsenal 0-0 Burnley

FT: Leicester 1-1 Brighton

90 mins – SIX minutes added on

15:49,

The referee has decided to add six minutes onto the half. Can Palace tee-up a nervous finish for the Reds?

Klopp makes two more changes, with Firmino and Alexander-Arnold making way for James Milner and Joe Gomez. 

GOAL! Crystal Palace 1-3 Liverpool, Fabinho 88 mins

15:46,

All wrapped-up now surely, as Fabinho sweeps into the bottom-right corner, sending Guita the wrong way. Vieira will be furious when he sees the replay… 

87 mins – PENALTY

15:46,

It’s given after a very long check, with the referee making his decision at the monitor. A very strange decision but Fabinho is ready to step up… 

84 mins – Penalty?? VAR check in progress…

15:44,

Liverpool might get a spot-kick here, a long check in progress. Jota goes down after colliding with Guita in the penalty box. Looks like the forward was hoping for contact. Would be harsh… 

GOAL!! Leicester 1-1 Brighton, Welbeck 82 mins

15:43,

Danny Welbeck pulls Brighton level. A big blow to Leicester after leading through Daka since early in the half. 

81 mins – Choppy

15:41,

Fouls and yellow cards flying around here, with Firmino and Schlupp both booked within a minute. Liverpool haven’t offered much since the break, Palace look more likely to score. 

Andersen lifts a long ball over the Palace defence and Olise tries to dink it over Alisson, going just wide as the keeper runs into the post. 

74 mins – Palace changes

15:35,

Eberechi Eze has come on for Edouard in the Palace attack. Now Vieira switches things up with a double change. Mateta and Hughes make way, with Ayew and Benteke coming on. 

Looking like the former Arsenal captain smells some points here… 

68 mins – Close!

15:29,

Now it’s Palace in control! It almost looks like a role reversal here. 

The hosts are getting joy on the left, with Edouard and Schlupp combining. The latter drives into the box, muscling all the way to the near post but finding the angle too tight to avoid the side-netting. 

59 mins – Ox off

15:18,

Injury-prone Oxlade-Chamberlain, who scored Liverpool’s second, makes way as Jurgen Klopp’s first sub. In comes Takumi Minamino with a key opportunity for the Japanese striker amid big questions over his ability. 

56 mins – All Palace

15:17,

Palace are driving forward in search of a leveller now. Patrick Vieira worked some kind of magic at half-time!. 

The Reds look to counter with Jota but Andersen strides up to nick the ball, continuing his momentum to arrive outside the box and hit one. The centre-backs shot fizzes just wide of the bottom-right corner. 

GOAL!! Crystal Palace 1-2 Liverpool, Edouard 54 mins

15:12,

Big goal! Palace’s fast start pays off and they’re right back in this game. Selhurst Park comes alive!

It’s a wonderful two-pass move that finally unravels the Reds. Schlupp slides a defence-splitting ball through the Mateta who loses Van Dijk, draws Alisson out and slides it across for Edouard to tap lazily into an empty net. Here we go… 

49 mins – Close, twice!

15:09,

Palace have made a determined start and it’s Alisson to the rescue once again. 

First Gallagher meets a cross into the six-yard box and looks to flick into the bottom corner, just putting it wide. Moments later, the Reds keeper was alert to stop Edouard’s backheel going in amongst a chaotic Reds box. 

GOAL!! Leicester 1-0 Brighton, Daka, 47 mins

15:07,

The Foxes go ahead at home, shocking Brighton at the start of the half. 

James Maddison and Harvey Barnes take shots at goal as Leicester ramp up the pressure, with Daka there at the back-post to hack it over the line. 

SECOND-HALF: Crystal Palace 0-2 Liverpool

15:02,

Back underway at Selhurst. Meanwhile, still looking for a breakthrough at the Emirates and the King Power. 

Arsenal 0-0 Burnley, Leicester 0-0 Brighton. 

First 45 action

15:00,

Crystal Palace 1-3 Liverpool: Reds close Man City lead to nine points
Crystal Palace 1-3 Liverpool: Reds close Man City lead to nine points
Crystal Palace 1-3 Liverpool: Reds close Man City lead to nine points
Crystal Palace 1-3 Liverpool: Reds close Man City lead to nine points
Crystal Palace 1-3 Liverpool: Reds close Man City lead to nine points
Crystal Palace 1-3 Liverpool: Reds close Man City lead to nine points

A fair request

14:52,

I would very much like us to stop giving the ball straight to Crystal Palace players in dangerous positions.

— And Could He Play (@andcouldheplay7) January 23, 2022

HALF-TIME: Crystal Palace 0-2 Liverpool

14:47,

Liverpool in command at the break. They’ve been overwhelmingly dominant, except for two major lapses in defence that Palace failed to pounce on. 

Klopp will have hoped for a more cool-headed performance at the back, but the Reds look like they have another gear if it’s needed. Palace have struggled to build their own attacks, relying on those slip-ups for a sight at goal. 

In our other games, no goals yet. Arsenal 0-0 Burnley, Leicester 0-0 Brighton. 

41 mins – Alisson on fire!

14:45,

Suddenly Liverpool have switched off with half-time in their sights. Palace should have a goal by now, but Alisson has been as good between the sticks as the Reds have in attack. 

Firmino’s loose ball falls to Olise, who slides it forward to Mateta. The forward, on his third top-flight start this season, looks to take it around Alisson to strike right-footed… but the Brazilian keeper tracks him all the way, getting a touch and watching the ball bobble out for a corner.

38 mins – More madness

14:42,

Alisson makes another huge save to deny Palace, after more risky play from Liverpool around their own box. Matip plays it across the box to nobody, and Olise pounces to set himself for the shot. 

One-on-one, the winger shoots straight at Alisson and Fabinho is back to clear on the follow-up. Palace have been poor but they’ve been gifted some big chances. 

35 mins – Rare chance!

14:38,

Palace press Liverpool’s Jones in his own half, as Mateta nicks it from the youngster and moves out wide. The striker punches a low ball across the box but it’s overhit and Gallagher’s first-touch runs through to Alisson. A good opportunity clumsily handled. 

GOAL!! Crystal Palace 0-2 Liverpool, Oxlade-Chamberlain, 31 mins

14:32,

Liverpool bag an inevitable second goal after another mounting spell on pressure. The Reds look too sharp and too organised for Palace. 

Space opens up for Robertson on the left and the Scottish left-back drives to the edge of the box to bend in a lovely cross. It evades Firmino but Oxlade-Chamberlain is the spare man at the back post… taking it down and smashing past Guita. A second assist for Robertson. 

26 mins – Reds corner

14:29,

Robertson swings in another corner, quickly winning a follow-up. The second bobbles through the bodies before it’s half-cleared and Liverpool win it back instantly, preparing another attack. A pattern emerging in this game, but Palace are always dangerous on the break. 

20 mins – Close!

14:23,

Palace go very close, but it’s ruled offside. A scare for the Reds, as Palace begin to settle into this game a little. 

Olise plays Ward in behind the Reds defence, charging down the right to cross for Mateta unmarked. The striker looks to sweep past Alisson, but the Brazilian blocks before the offside call. 

13 mins – Constant

14:16,

Liverpool aren’t having much trouble breaking Palace down at the minute, who desperately need a breather under constant waves of Red attacks. Henderson sweeps Oxlade-Chamberlain in, but Guita just smothers. 

GOAL! Crystal Palace 0-1 Liverpool, Van Dijk, 7 mins

14:09,

The Reds go ahead! Super simple for Klopp’s men. 

Robertson swings in a corner, moments after Jordon Henderson had a shot saved by Guita. A few minutes of pressure is all it took to force an error, as Van Dijk waltzes towards the front-post to head in unmarked. 

Crystal Palace 1-3 Liverpool: Reds close Man City lead to nine points
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4 mins – Full-backs involved

14:08,

A pedestrian start here, as Robertson blazes over the bar. Alexander-Arnold whips one in from the right but it’s a little overhit. Curtis Jones traps the ball smooth as you like, laying back to Robertson for his shot. 

KICK-OFF: Crystal Palace 0-0 Liverpool, and 2pm fixtures

14:02,

We’re into the action at Selhurst Park, with Liverpool attacking in search of a key three points

Arsenal v Burnley and Leicester v Brighton also underway. 

Here we go…

13:59,

Moments away from kick-off, a final reminder of our line-ups at Selhurst Park… 

Crystal Palace: Guaita, Clyne, Kouyate, Cahill, Van Aanholt, Schlupp, Milivojevic, McArthur, Eze, Zaha, Ayew.

Liverpool: Alisson, Alexander-Arnold, Matip, Fabinho, Robertson, Henderson, Wijnaldum, Keita, Minamino, Firmino, Mane.

Warm-ups done

13:58,

Crystal Palace 1-3 Liverpool: Reds close Man City lead to nine points
Crystal Palace 1-3 Liverpool: Reds close Man City lead to nine points
Crystal Palace 1-3 Liverpool: Reds close Man City lead to nine points
Crystal Palace 1-3 Liverpool: Reds close Man City lead to nine points
Crystal Palace 1-3 Liverpool: Reds close Man City lead to nine points
Crystal Palace 1-3 Liverpool: Reds close Man City lead to nine points

Scenes at the Emirates and King Power

13:45,

Crystal Palace 1-3 Liverpool: Reds close Man City lead to nine points
Crystal Palace 1-3 Liverpool: Reds close Man City lead to nine points
Crystal Palace 1-3 Liverpool: Reds close Man City lead to nine points
Crystal Palace 1-3 Liverpool: Reds close Man City lead to nine points

Title race still on?

13:36,

Manchester City’s draw with Southampton hands Liverpool the chance to begin clawing back some points, with Pep Guardiola’s men having all-but destroyed the competition with a 12-point lead. 

The Reds can bring the deficit down to nine points – with a game in-hand still to play. Klopp wants Liverpool to stay solid defensively without Mane and Salah to keep the pressure on… 

Crystal Palace 1-3 Liverpool: Reds close Man City lead to nine points
© Provided by Daily Mail Jurgen Klopp urges Liverpool to be ‘rock solid’ defensively Worries about how Liverpool would cope without Sadio Mane and Mohamed Salah have eased with three clean sheets in a row ahead of Sunday’s trip to Crystal Palace. Mail Online

Vieira admits vulnerability

13:26,

Crystal Palace 1-3 Liverpool: Reds close Man City lead to nine points
© Provided by Daily Mail Crystal Palace boss Patrick Vieira urges his side to kill off games The Eagles welcome title challengers Liverpool to Selhurst Park today, with this being the last round of fixtures before the two-week winter break. Mail Online

Firmino’s key role

13:24,

Roberto Firmino starts today again. Can he step up without Mane and Salah outside him? 

Crystal Palace 1-3 Liverpool: Reds close Man City lead to nine points
© Provided by Daily Mail Firmino STILL has a massive part to play with Salah and Mane at AFCON Reports on Monday from Spain suggested that cash-strapped Barcelona are lining up a £16million move for the Brazilian , with Klopp understood to be ready to sanction a summer move. Mail Online

TEAM NEWS: Leicester v Brighton

13:24,

Leicester: Schmeichel; Justin, Soyuncu, Amartey, Thomas; Tielemans, Dewsbury-Hall; Lookman, Maddison, Barnes; Daka. 

Brighton: Sanchez; Veltman, Webster, Burn, Cucurella; Alzate, Gross, Mac Allister, Moder; Trossard, Maupay. 

TEAM NEWS: Arsenal v Burnley

13:17,

Arsenal: Ramsdale, White, Holding, Gabriel, Tierney, Lokonga, Odegaard, Saka, Smith Rowe, Martinelli, Lacazette. Subs: Leno, Tavares, Chambers, Alebiosu, Patino, Salah-Eddine, Hutchinson, Biereth, Nketiah

Burnley: Pope, Tarkowski, Mee, Brownhill, McNeil, Roberts, Lennon, Westwood, Rodriguez, Pieters, Vydra. Subs: Hennsessy, Lowton, Cork, Gudmundsson, Stephens, Collins, Bardsley, Long, Thomas

Arrivals

13:14,

We’ve arrived 👋 #CRYLIV pic.twitter.com/ERPezibuCC

— Liverpool FC (@LFC) January 23, 2022

The visitors are here

13:13,

Crystal Palace 1-3 Liverpool: Reds close Man City lead to nine points
Crystal Palace 1-3 Liverpool: Reds close Man City lead to nine points
Crystal Palace 1-3 Liverpool: Reds close Man City lead to nine points
Crystal Palace 1-3 Liverpool: Reds close Man City lead to nine points

TEAM NEWS: AFCON issues, Ox starts.

13:10,

Wilfred Zaha and Cheikhou Kouyate are unavailable for Palace with the duo at the AFCON, while Ghana’s early exit has seen Jordan Ayew return to the bench. Mateta earns his third start of the season on-loan, with Eze dropping to the bench. Guita reclaims his spot between the sticks from Butland. 

Mohamed Salah, Sadio Mane and Naby Keita are also in Cameroon still, as Klopp makes just one change from the FA Cup win over Arsenal – with Oxlade-Chamberlain replacing 17-year-old Kaide Gordon. 

TEAM NEWS: Liverpool

13:02,

⭐ #CRYLIV 𝐓𝐄𝐀𝐌 𝐍𝐄𝐖𝐒 ⭐

Here’s how we line up for today’s meeting with @CPFC!

— Liverpool FC (@LFC) January 23, 2022

TEAM NEWS: Palace

13:01,

COME ON YOU PALACE#CPFC | #CRYLIV

— Crystal Palace F.C. (@CPFC) January 23, 2022

Selhurst scene

12:59,

Crystal Palace 1-3 Liverpool: Reds close Man City lead to nine points
Crystal Palace 1-3 Liverpool: Reds close Man City lead to nine points
Crystal Palace 1-3 Liverpool: Reds close Man City lead to nine points
Crystal Palace 1-3 Liverpool: Reds close Man City lead to nine points

Sunday action

12:56,

Good afternoon and welcome to Sportsmail’s coverage of the Premier League 2pm kick-offs on Sunday afternoon. 

Liverpool travel down to London to face Crystal Palace, with the Reds needing a victory to keep any hope of a title race alive. 

Stay tuned right here for all the build-up and live updates, with Arsenal v Burnley and Leicester v Brighton also on the menu today. 

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© Aangeboden door Voetbalzone NAC Breda en PSV wachten nog altijd op een transfersom die in 2018 betaald had moeten worden door FC Chiasso voor Rai Vloet. De Zwitserse club ... Read more »

We simulated Burnley vs Manchester United to get a score prediction

Manchester United will be looking to put their FA Cup woes behind them and bounce back with a win on Tuesday, as they face Burnley in the Premier League. Anthony ... Read more »

Il tennista Youtuber a caccia del Roland Garros-

© Fornito da Quotidiano.Net Non è mai troppo tardi quando si ha un sogno da seguire. È questo il motto o meglio l’hashtag (#JamaisTropTard) di Jules Marie, tennista trentenne francese ... Read more »

Afcon 2021: Salah’s ego questioned by Murphy after Egypt final defeat to Senegal

Former England and Liverpool player Danny Murphy has questioned the decision to have Mohamed Salah wait for the fifth penalty against Senegal in the Africa Cup of Nations final on ... Read more »

Derby County v Hull City: Latest team news, Is there a live stream? What time is kick-off?

Derby County host Hull City at Pride Park this evening as both sides look to get back to winning ways in the Championship.  Shota Arveladze was handed his first defeat ... Read more »

Mothers fight over COVID, masks, vaccines. But experts say this is the problem with calling it a 'mommy war.'

‘Mommy wars’ is a fraught term and experts say makes it seem like fights over COVID are frivolous. Experts say frictions are fueled by a U.S. fend-for-yourself model around caring ... Read more »

Sundlings långa väg till guldsuccéen

© Emmi Korhonen/Lehtikuva/TT Jonna Sundling jublar efter att ha korsat mållinjen som olympisk mästare. Skador, sjukdomar och krånglande halsmandlar. Jonna Sundling har mött många utmaningar – och klarat alla. Nu ... Read more »

Scolari opens up on player ‘problems’ that cost him job at Chelsea

© PA Images Phil Scolari looks at the floor in disappointment during a match Former Brazil boss Phil Scolari has revealed that there were “a few problems” that cost him ... Read more »

Eddie Howe breaks Newcastle's silence on failed transfer for Manchester United's Jesse Lingard

© Clive Brunskill/Getty Images. Opportunities have been hard to come by for Jesse Lingard at Manchester United this season. Newcastle United head coach Eddie Howe has admitted to being a ... Read more »

Kurt Zouma video: West Ham defender ‘deeply sorry’ after footage shows him kicking and slapping his cat

West Ham defender Kurt Zouma has said he is “deeply sorry” after a disturbing video surfaced online of him kicking and slapping a cat. Zouma, 27, is seen in the ... Read more »

Update emerges after Newcastle United’s January interest in Bournemouth player

Newcastle United remain interested in Bournemouth’s Lloyd Kelly, with the Premier League outfit set to offer a deal for the 23-year-old regardless of what level of football they will be ... Read more »