Liverpool squandered and disappointed at Old Trafford – Premier League title battle tightened even more | Sport

Liverpool squandered and disappointed at Old Trafford Premier League

Liverpool dominated the match against Manchester United, but had to settle for a 2-2 draw. Mohamed Salah saved the visitors a point from the penalty spot.

There was more drama in the English Premier League title fight when Liverpool was held to a 2-2 draw away from Manchester United.

The opening sequence of the match was from Liverpool’s display, and Luis Diaz gave the visitors the lead after 23 minutes of play. Manchester United did not manage a single shot in the first half, while Liverpool shot 15 times.

The second half started darkly for the visitors. Bruno Fernandes was able to shoot the equalizer from almost half the field, when an inexperienced Liverpool defender Jarell Quansah served an opening with his stray pass.

Liverpool continued to waste goal posts, which United countered in the 67th minute of the game: Kobbie Mainoo made it 2-1 with a spectacular turn shot.

Liverpool’s pursuit paid off just under ten minutes before full time. Aaron Wan-Bissaka poured Harvey Elliott in the penalty area. Settled to draw a comma Mohamed Salah didn’t make a mistake and scored a 2–2 goal.

The battle for the Premier League title continues fiercely with seven rounds remaining. Arsenal and Liverpool are tied at the top of the league with 71 points, ahead of Manchester City, who are a point behind the duo.