Wolves vs Liverpool LIVE – final score, goals from Elliott, Robertson and Gakpo, highlights, Klopp reaction

Wolves vs Liverpool LIVE – final score, goals from Elliott, Robertson and Gakpo, highlights, Klopp reaction

Live scores, team news and live commentary Liverpool return to Premier League action at Molineux on Saturday afternoon to face Wolves

After a two-week break, the Premier League returns and Jurgen Klopp’s team is busy with the program for the fifth week.

The Reds manager has seen his team struggle of late during this kick-off, although the encouraging start to the new season will give him hope that the 12.30pm winless run will come to an end.

Games will not be extended to a seventh game.
While Trent Alexander-Arnold will certainly miss the match due to injury, there are a number of other potential fitness issues that Klopp has to contend with.

Darwin Nunez, Alisson and Alexis Mac Allister all served internationally in South America and only recently returned to the country.

However, the signing of Ryan Gravenberch could be a big day for the summer.

The Dutchman abandoned his international commitments to focus on integrating into Liverpool life and was able to make his debut in the Midlands.

Liverpool’s low point of the previous season probably came at Wolves, when they were defeated 3-0 in a miserable game.

The team – fresher, fitter and in top form – has a perfect opportunity to put things right and temporarily climb to the top of the Premier League.

The 20-year-old youth product departed in Virgil van Dijk’s absence, with the former Reds midfielder congratulated.

“I thought he was really good,” Cole told TNT Sports. “It was very difficult to come into the game when your team wasn’t playing well.

Wolves attacked him but he looked confident.
“The greatest honor I can do him is that he looked like he had been playing in the Liverpool first team for decades.

Congratulations to him and his family. It’s a huge achievement and he’s proud of himself today.”

When former Reds Peter Crouch and Joe Cole were previously on duty at TNT Sports for Liverpool’s win over Wolves, they spotted one of their colleagues sneaking in to take home a memento of the occasion.

Commentator Darren Fletcher was seen presenting the Scot’s winning shirt alongside co-commentator Jermaine Jenas.

Liverpool fans have already reacted to the club’s 3-1 win against Wolverhampton Wanderers this afternoon by highlighting the importance of Jurgen Klopp’s crucial adjustments around half-time.

Luis Diaz was introduced after the break, while Darwin Nunez and Harvey Elliott came on shortly after.

Andy Robertson says the Reds can make no excuses for their first-half performance after struggling to win against Wolverhampton Wanderers.

Liverpool fell behind after seven minutes thanks to a goal from Hwang Hee-chan and eventually scored three goals to win the match, although they might have fallen further behind before half-time had Matheus Cunha not wasted a header within six yards.

The Scot captained the team today in the absence of both Virgil van Dijk and Trent Alexander-Arnold, and gave an honest assessment after a full-time conversation with TNT Sports.

It may not be anything special, but Mohamed Salah impressed once again in the Liverpool team’s latest win.

He officially registered assists for goals from Cody Gakpo and Andy Robertson, while he was denied a third for the slightest deflection after the Reds’ third went down as a Hugo Bueno own goal rather than a Harvey Elliott goal.

This means the Egyptian has now scored goals in each of the club’s last 11 Premier League (LFC) games.

He is also the first Liverpool player since John Barnes in 1990/91 to score goals in the first five games of the season (Michael Reid).

These two assists mean Salah is now the all-time best Premier League assist from an African country, having taken his tally to 63 (Squawka), and he is seventh on everyone’s assists list the temperature.

Maybe I’m completely wrong, but I feel like the momentum has now shifted towards Liverpool. You have to make the most of it. A victory here would be huge given their general poverty. 

The equalizer almost came out of nowhere when Gakpo scored the equalizer with his final touchdown. Salah’s shot to the face is deflected as Liverpool equalize.

Gakpo immediately replaces Nunez while Elliott replaces Jota.

. They started incredibly slowly and Wolves always look like a threat when they go forward, especially Neto who for some reason Liverpool choose not to score and leave poor Gomez to poor Gomez. The Reds man is not winning this battle at the moment.

The midfield was really weak, while the attack just wasn’t working.

Overall, they’re lucky the score is 1-0, although Wolves actually only managed two shots on goal.
Gakpo has the first good chance, but after a cross from

Robertson, he completely misses the ball. Wolves know they have something to hold on to, so they have 10 men behind the ball.

Liverpool don’t really have an answer yet on how to break him.
The good news is that Liverpool are still in this game. However, they need to improve massively. And so on. There are too many passengers right now.

Important defense from Robertson to cover Quansah as Wolves attempted a shot. Corner for the hosts. Mac Allister is going through a tough time. He seems exhausted.

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