The hosts were the first to strike in Monday’s game. Semedo was on the lookout for Andrew Robertson’s left-footed shot, which Alisson Becker was able to avoid.
Liverpool’s offensive acts, on the other hand, were largely reliant on Sadio Mane’s results.
After a Trent Alexander-Arnold centering shot, the Senegalese spectacularly folded to hit his head from the air in the 39th minute of the game but made a minor error.
While the former Southampton player did not score, he did provide an assist a few minutes later. Liverpool’s offensive trio moved the ball from right to left, with Diogo Jota, who had recently arrived at Anfield from Wolverhampton, completing the pass.
On the other side, Thiago Alcantara struggled to impress once more. The Spaniard, who was supposed to have a brilliant offensive game by Liverpool fans, once again stood out mostly due to fouls. He was subsequently given his fourth yellow card of the season, and in his first fifteen Premier League starts, Lee Cattermole was admonished fewer times than him.
At the end of the game, the visitors had two decent chances to add to their score, but Rui Patricio saved both of them, first on Mohamed Salah’s shot and then on Jota’s.
The outcome did not adjust until the final minutes of the game, but The Reds should be pleased because they earned three points and finally won after two losses in a row.
A fatal collision between the Wolves goalkeeper and a defender occurred in the final minutes of the game, forcing Rui Patricio to leave the field. As a result of this incident, the match was extended by several minutes.