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Liverpool's long unbeaten home run ends in shock 2-1 defeat by Leeds

Liverpool's long unbeaten home run ends in shock 2-1 defeat by Leeds

Liverpool was stung by a defeat of 2-1 to Leeds United after Dutch winger Crysencio Summerville's strike in the 89th minute at the 89th minute of the 89th minute of their Premier League clash at Anfield on Saturday, which lifted Leeds United from the bottom of the table.

It is the Reds' first home top-flight loss in the last 30 games follows the loss last week at bottom club Nottingham Forest and further deepens the current crisis surrounding the struggling Merseyside club, which is ninth on 16 points after playing 12 games.The victory lifts Leeds up to 15th place on 12 points.Liverpool started off with a terrible start just after four minutes as Joe Gomez played a blind backpass to Alisson who was away from his goal, and then slipped and left a gap for Rodrigo to get through and strike it into an net.

Mohamed Salah levelled for Liverpool just 10 minutes later, after the interval when Andy Robertson crossed for the Egyptian international to strike an effort to the net from close range, sparking the Liverpool fans as their team went on the hunt for a goal.Leeds continued to be a threat in the second half, but the team was unable to keep their heads up. Brenden Aaronson nearly put the team back in front just minutes later, when he met Rasmus Kristensen's pass from the right side with an efficient volley that smashed across the goal line.

Leeds French goalkeeper Illan Meslier held his team in the game nearly entirely during the second half and pulled off a fantastic saving of Darwin Nunez in a one-on-one after 67 minutes before getting rid of a shot of the exact player just 11 minutes after that.Meslier's heroics set the stage for Summerville to steal three points by executing a desperate poacher's goal.

On the day of his birthday celebration, the forward picked up the ball in the box by Patrick Bamford and quickly pulled the trigger before firing over Alisson to the net.It was Leeds their first win away of the season. It was also the first league defeat to Dutch player Virgil van Dijk at Anfield after he joined Liverpool in January of 2018.

It's an amazing moment for me and my familymembers,Summerville told Sky Sports. "Scoring on Anfield is an important occasion for me. It was so fast while you're inside the box, you need to think fast. It was just a matter of."Liverpool manager Juergen Klopp has no doubt of what he will expect of his side that has not been performing well. "We need to fight and that's the only thing we can accomplish," he said.Which reported by live casino sportsbook malaysia.