Liverpool win in the last breath with a comeback against Aston Villas and climb to fourth position

Liverpool finally won 2-1 at home against Aston Villas in the match valid for the 31st week in the Premier League.

The Reds have managed to use the home field to get a big victory which resembles them in the table or more precisely in the positions they send to the Champions League.

The first half belonged to the locals for a nuance, but the goal was scored only by the guests.

The only goal in this part came in the 43rd minute through Ollie Watkins, who scored for 0-1 after assisting John McGinn.

In fact, the goal was found by the locals through Roberto Firmino in the extra minutes of the first half, but VAR canceled it for offside position.

In the second half, again the Reds were better and more demanding, managing to score an early goal and one at the end of the match to secure the victory.

The first goal in this part came in the 57th minute through Mohamed Salah, who scored from close range for 1-1.

By the end of the match, there were many other chances, mostly from the locals, but the winning goal came only in the extra minutes.

It was defender Trent Alexander-Arnold who scored a super goal for 2-1 and gave his team three points.

After this victory, Liverpool sees itself in fourth position with 52 points or as much as West Ham has fifth, while Aston Villa occupies 10th place with 44 points. / Telegraphy /

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