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Liverpool’s victory helps them inch closer to winning title

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Liverpool’s 4-0 victory over Crystal Palace at Anfield Stadium on Wednesday has helped them inch nearer to winning the Premier League championship.

The site currently has 86 points from 31 matches with this victory, and the club just needs two additional points to claim the championship.

Trent Alexander-Arnold opened the scoring for Liverpool in the match against Crystal Palace when he enlisted a goal in the match’s 23rd moment. Twenty minutes later, Egyptian Mohamed Salah ventured into the act to twofold the Reds lead.

With that score, at Anfield Stadium, Salah enlisted his fifteenth goal this season. At 2-0 ahead, Liverpool went into the half.

Crystal Palace failed to maintain ball proprietorship all through the match and this allowed Liverpool to take control of the match.

Fabinho and Sadio Mane also got goal-scoring charts in the second half as the couple scored goals individually in the 55th and 59th moment of the match.

Any more goals have been scored in the match yet Liverpool has disappeared with overall success. The second-placed Manchester City will be in real life against Chelsea later today.

The city sits 23 points behind Liverpool table-toppers.

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