Roberto Firmino and Mohamed Salah scored for the Reds to draw level after Gabriel Martinelli and Gabriel Jesus struck in the first half.
Arsenal’s grip on the Premier League title race was loosened as Liverpool produced a storming comeback to catch a 2- 2 draw insuper-charged clash at a rumbustious Anfield on Sunday.
The north Londoners were heading for a first league palm at Liverpool since 2012 and a massive three points in their hunt to win the league as they led 2- 0 but Roberto Firmino headed an 87th- nanosecond equaliser.
It could have been indeed worse for Mikel Arteta’s side too as Mo Salah, who scored Liverpool’s first thing and missed a alternate- half penalty, blazed a late chance over and was also denied by Arsenal goalkeeper Aaron Ramsdale.
Ramsdale also made a miraculous save from Ibrahima Konate in a breathless period of cessation time.
When the dust settled on a robustious contest that had everything, Arsenal, bidding for a first title since 2004, lead Manchester City by six points but the reigning champion has a game in hand and also faces Arsenal at home.
Arsenal had taken an early lead when forward Gabriel Martinelli wriggled through in the eighth nanosecond and managed to squeeze in a shot past Alisson.
The caller was attacking at will and doubled its lead when Martinelli set up Gabriel Jesus in the 28th nanosecond.
Salah pulled one reverse for Juergen Klopp’s platoon shortly before half- time, but transferred his penalty off target in the alternate half in a game packed with near misses.
His blushes were spared by Firmino’s late title, however.
Arsenal has 73 points from 30 games, six points further than alternate- place City. Liverpool is eighth with 44 points.
“It was a crazy game. We started really good. The first 40 twinkles before they scored we controlled the game, ” Arsenal captain Martin Odegaard told the BBC.
“After their thing, the game changed a bit and we didn’t manage to keep the ball. Aaron( Ramsdale) was veritably good back there and saved us.
“Frustrated not to win but we’ve to take the point and move on. ”
Mikel Arteta’s grim Arsenal can formerly regard glory at the end of the path to a first Premier League title in nearly 20 times but peril still lurks and Saturday’s trip to Liverpool is the first of a series of critical institutions.
Arsenal, which leads the table by eight points, also has to visit reigning champion Manchester City, high- flying Newcastle United and host Chelsea but the immediate precedence will be addressing its lamentable recent record at Anfield.
Liverpool has won its last six home league clashes with Arsenal, scoring at least three pretensions on each occasion.
And while Juergen Klopp’s side, sitting down in eighth place and facing the prospect of no European football, isn’t the hustler side it was, it remains further than able of halting Arsenal’s charge towards the title.
With alternate- placed Manchester City beating Southampton on Saturday, the gap is down to five by the time Arsenal kicks off at Anfield and while that looks a healthy bumper, defeat would put the title race in City’s hands as it has played one game lower than Arteta’s side.
Arsenal has formerly silenced the disbelievers which allowed it might crack when losing to Manchester City at home in February.
Since also it has won seven successive league games, although none against sides of Liverpool’s class and completing a first league twice over it since 2010 would be a huge cerebral boost for the north Londoners.
“I suppose if Arsenal wins at Anfield, to me it’s an acidtest. However, ” former Manchester United multiple title- winner Gary Neville told Sky Sports in the figure- up to the game, If you go and win at Anfield I suppose Arsenal will surely win the league. Know More Football News…