Arsenal and Liverpool played out a 2-2 draw at Anfield in the Premier League, MySportDab reports.
Roberto Firmino late goal ensured the Reds were able to make a comeback despite Mohamed Salah missing a penalty.
First Half Report
The first half of the match had a lot happening in term of goals scored between both teams under the 45 minutes.
Arsenal took the lead in the 8th minutes of the game which saw Gabriel Martinelli making it count for the Gunners who made it 0-1 as they carried on.
Liverpool were poor with their dealings as the away side doubled their advantage with a stunner which came from Gabriel Jesus who made the scoreline 0-2 in the 28th minutes.
It was a good one for the top of the League side who were too comfortable until Mohamed Salah pulled one goal back for the home side which made the game 1-2.
Arsenal were the better side as they took a 1-2 advantage into the break against Liverpool as they both had their opportunities going forward and also making something happen.
Second Half Report
The second half was good with both teams coming in to make sure they are able to keep things going forward against themselves.
Liverpool did well in terms of trying to make a comeback which was an easy task knowing how much the away side wanted the remain at the top.
Mohamed Salah failed to punish Arsenal in the match after being unable to score from the penalty spot which could have given his side the leveler.
The game progressed with Roberto Firmino stunner in the 87th minutes of the match which made sure the home side made the scoreline 2-2.
The goal was the last action as Liverpool claimed a 2-2 draw against Arsenal after 90 minutes of football which could have gone anyway for both teams.
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