The Liverpool first football team revived its hopes of occupying the first four places in the Premier League standings table, which qualifies for the European Champions League next season, after its precious “2-0” victory over its guest, Wolverhampton, on Wednesday, in a postponed match from the seventh stage of the competition.
Liverpool’s balance, which restored the tone of victories it missed in the last match with a negative draw with Crystal Palace, rose to 39 points in sixth place, after playing 24 games, trailing by 6 points behind Tottenham Hotspur, fourth-placed, who played 25 matches.
On the other hand, Wolverhampton’s credit, which did not achieve any victory for the third consecutive match in the competition, stopped at 24 points in the fifteenth place.
Dutchman Virgil van Dyck opened the scoring for Liverpool at the 73rd minute, before Egyptian international star Mohamed Salah added the second goal at the 77th minute.
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