Liverpool showcased their resilience once again with a thrilling comeback to secure a 3-1 win against Wolverhampton Wanderers at Molineux.
Wolves took an early lead in Saturday’s Premier League clash when Hwang Hee-chan found the net in the 7th minute. The hosts held onto their advantage until the early stages of the second half.
However, Liverpool fought back, with Cody Gakpo equalizing from Mohamed Salah’s assist. Salah then turned provider again, setting up Andy Robertson to coolly slot home an 85th-minute effort and give Jürgen Klopp’s side the lead.
In stoppage time, substitute Harvey Elliott extended Liverpool’s lead with a strike that hit the post and was eventually ruled as a Hugo Bueno own goal, sealing the team’s fourth consecutive victory.
Wolves started the game energetically and capitalized on their early momentum with Hwang’s goal. Pedro Neto provided the assist, delivering a cross that Hwang finished low past Alisson Becker.
Neto had further opportunities to score but failed to convert, while Liverpool also had their chances, with Gakpo and Diogo Jota missing the target.
Liverpool’s patient build-up play eventually paid off when Robertson played a pass to Gakpo, who found the back of the net to equalize in the 55th minute.
Klopp made substitutions, bringing on Luis Diaz for Alexis Mac Allister and later introducing Elliott and Darwin Nunez. Liverpool grew in dominance, and Sa made a crucial save to deny Nunez in a one-on-one situation.
Wolves appealed for a handball inside the box, but the referee dismissed their claims. Quansah also picked up an injury and had to be substituted.
In the dying moments of the match, Liverpool completed yet another stunning comeback. Robertson combined with Salah in a well-executed one-two, resulting in Robertson scoring his second goal of the game by sliding the ball under Sa.
To add to the drama, Elliott unleashed a powerful shot from 20 yards that struck the inside of the right post and deflected off Bueno for Liverpool’s third goal.
The victory provided a satisfying afternoon for Liverpool, who also saw new midfielder Ryan Gravenberch. The team’s ability to stage late comebacks away from home once again demonstrated their resilience and determination.