Liverpool came from a goal down to grab a late win over an unyielding Newcastle, MySportDab reports.
It was Liverpool in charge of the game throughout as they pressed their opponents for goals.
Liverpool dominated every game aspect, from midfield to the attack.
A Series of chances was created by the Merseyside club, who were keen on getting their crucial Premier League second win.
The Jurgen Klopp boys were in control but converting chances was a big challenge.
Of the five shots the Reds had in the first half of the game, none was on target.
The Newcastle goalkeeper did not have much job to do in between the goal post as the Merseyside club continued to fire blank.
A quick surprise in the 34th minute for the host. Isak fired into the net to give Newcastle a surprise one-goal lead.
The Jurgen Klopp team suddenly jumped and pushed more fr an equalizer, all to no avail, with the first half ending in a 1-0 lead for Newcastle.
Ten minutes into the second half, Liverpool was still trailing the visitors 1-0. No thanks to a brick wall defense line set up by the visitors to defend their goal.
It appears the Jurgen Klopp team was looking more frustrated than in the first half. Efforts on goal have not yielded results, with top strikers firing blank
It was Firmino in the 61st minute who struck tongue the host with a much-needed equaliser. Salah gave the assist, which led to the goals.
Liverpool still presses for a winner up to the 76th minute without a goal. It was a late win for Jurgen Klopp.
Carvalho struck in the 90th+8 minute to grab a much-needed second Premier League win for the Reds.