FT: West Ham 2-2 Liverpool, Reds Title Hopes CRASH! (VIDEO HIGHLIGHTS)

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West Ham United held Liverpool to a 2-2 draw as the Red’s hopes of winning the Premier League crashed further, MySportDab reports.

It can be said now that Jurgen Klopp won’t be winning the Premier League title before leaving Anfield when the season comes to an end.

It was another shocking result and the Reds couldn’t make anything much to settle for another poor outcome after 90 minutes.

Full Match Report 

It was a good game to open the weekend which saw both teams come in prepared and ready to make a lot of things happen from their end.

Liverpool gave it some attempts but they couldn’t make any of them count despite how close they came to getting the lead as things continued.

West Ham United was the side who took the lead in the 43rd minute after Mohammed Kudus was able to set up Jarrod Bowen who made things 1-0.

That was the only goal scored in the first half as both Liverpool and West Ham United headed for the break with things staying 1-0 with a lot left to play.

They came into the second half which saw Andrew Robertson with a stunner in the 48th minute making sure things between them became level 1-1 with an assist from Luis Diaz.

Liverpool took the lead in the 65th minute after an own-goal scored by Alphonse Areola making sure the game took a turn to 1-2 in favor of the away side moving forward.

Things were looking good for the away side before Jerrod Bowen setup Michail Antonio who was able to make his opportunity count turning things level again in match 2-2 in the 77th minute.

The game didn’t bring anything much as Liverpool dropped points again after playing a 2-2 draw against West Ham United which put a huge dent in their chances of winning the League.

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