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Liverpool drew level with visitors Wolverhampton with two goals apiece in the FA Cup Round of 64 clash at Anfield.
The match saw catastrophic errors from Liverpool goalkeeper Alisson Becker, who caused Wolverhampton’s first and second goals, so a rematch was set up, but this time the rematch would take place at the Molineux Stadium.
The two goals for Liverpool came from Darwin Nunes in the (45th) minute and Mohamed Salah in the (52nd) minute, in response Wolverhampton Guedes scored in the (25th) minute and Huang Hee Chan in the (67th) minute .
Liverpool squad: Alisson Becker – Andrew Robertson – Ibrahima Konate – Joel Matip – Trent Alexander-Arnold – Fabinho – Jordan Henderson – Thiago Alcantara – Mohamed Salah – Darwin Nunes – Cody Jacobo.
Wolverhampton line-up: Sarkic – Lempkaisa – Nathan Collins – Totti Gomes – Ait Nouri – Jonathan Castro – Ruben Neves – Joe Hodge – Adama Traore – Raul Jimenez – Gonzalo Guedes.
Mohamed Salah was given a free ball directly in the third minute after being impeded by the confines of Wolverhampton’s penalty area, so Salah made the mistake of hitting a ball that went just over the bar.
Liverpool continued to threaten the Wolverhampton goal with Mohamed Salah’s pass reaching rookie Jackbo to hit a powerful ball that was blocked by Wolves keeper Sarkic in the 5th minute.
Defender Joel Matip narrowly missed a goal against his side in front of Alisson’s goal, but Wolverhampton forward Guedes missed the opportunity, the ball hitting his foot and going wide for a goal in the 13th minute.
Nunes tried to score with a shot in the box, the Wolverhampton defender intervened and the ball ricocheted to Henderson to hit a shot that went wide of the goal in the 18th minute.
And in the 25th minute, Alisson Becker made a catastrophic mistake for Liverpool, after inadvertently passing the ball to Guedes, so the Portuguese took advantage, shot into the empty goal and scored a goal for the visitors, and the result was (1-0).
The owner of Wolverhampton’s first goal, Guedes, came back and hit a powerful ball in the 35th minute from outside the penalty area, but this time Alisson managed to save the ball.
And in the 45th minute, Nunez managed to score the equalizer for Liverpool after a wonderful pass from Arnold to save his team before the end of the first half and the score was (1-1).
In the 52nd minute, Mohamed Salah managed to bring the lead in favor of Liverpool, after a mistake by the defender of Wolverhampton in spreading the ball, making the result (2-1) for the reds.
Algerian-born owner Ait Nouri almost equalized with a powerful strike from Neves’ superb pass, but Alisson shone to preserve his side’s advantage in the 56th minute.
And in the 67th minute, a joint mistake by Liverpool goalkeeper Alisson Becker and Conaty, used by South Korean Hwang Hee-chan, to equalize for Wolverhampton and the score became (2-2).
In the 82nd minute, the referee disallowed a goal for Totti Gomes in favor of Wolverhampton for offside after returning the video technology.
The match witnessed the departure of Mohamed Salah in the 84th minute of the events of the match.
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