Liverpool reached the title with a 4-0 win over Palace



Liverpool defeated Crystal Palace 4–0 at Anfield on Wednesday to clinch the Premier League title.


Jurgen Klopp's squad on Thursday confirmed that goals from Trent Alexander-Arnold, Mohamed Salah, Fabinho, and Sadio Mane could be achieved if second-placed Manchester City does not win at Chelsea.

If Pem Guardiola's side wins against Stamford Bridge, Liverpool can finish the job in the next game against defending champions City on July 2.

"We have worked hard for this and we have dreamed of it as a team. We are in a good position so we will be able to cross the border soon." Behind Alexander-Arnold, his incredible free-kick broke the deadlock.

It was a crucial performance for Klopp, who was drawn 0–0 by Everton on Sunday, and the Palace has not had a single touchdown in Liverpool's penalty area - such figures were set for Apta in 2008 after the Premier League.

Roy Hodgson's Palace suffered a blow when Wilfried Zaha was injured in the 15th minute after Liverpool's anthem 'You Never Walk Alone' in front of an empty stadium.

Alexander-Arnold fired Liverpool into the top corner with a perfectly executed curling free kick in the 23rd minute.

Salah doubled the advantage, scoring a cross-field pass from Fubinho, one minute before the break, before scoring a goal and slotting home.

Brazil's Fabinho took a 3-0 lead from 25 meters, ending a classic break from three ahead of Liverpool before adding a fourth to Mane.

Beginning with the move, Mane pushed the ball into Roberto Firmino, who found Saul on the right, giving Egypt a perfect pass to Mane, who confidently left the house.

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