The five most memorable Liverpool Premier League matches for the 2023-24 season

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Newcastle United v Liverpool FC - Premier League
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2. Trent Alexander-Arnold finds late winner in spectacular comeback over Fulham at Anfield

Fulham FC v Liverpool FC - Premier League
Fulham FC v Liverpool FC - Premier League / Gaspafotos/MB Media/GettyImages

For pure entertainment, this was Liverpool's most memorable match of the season. The match's ups and downs made it a must-watch for neutrals and a nail-biter for Liverpool supporters.

A free-kick opportunity resulted in the Reds' opener of the match. Just past 20 minutes gone, Alexander-Arnold's free-kick beat the Fulham wall and forced Berd Leno into an own goal. Four minutes later, former Liverpool player Harry Wilson's quick shot from in-close was rocketed between Alisson's legs, making the match even.

The Red's best goal of the season followed Wilson's equalizer as an absolute screamer from Alexis Mac Allister sent Anfield into absolute mayhem, with the Argentine midfielder scoring his first Premier League goal as a Red. A goal off a corner scored by Tete, followed by a headed-in goal from Bobby De Cordova-Reid, put the Cottagers up 3-2 late in the second half.

However, Liverpool showed no quit as some strong hold-up play from Mo Salah allowed the Egyptian winger to pass the ball back into the path of Wataru Endo. The veteran Japanese midfielder couldn't have struck the ball more cleanly into the top corner as the Reds found yet another outside-of-the-box goal.

In the 88th minute, numerous attempts were made to find the winner, but the ball ended up at the feet of Alexander-Arnold at the edge of the box. Through a crowd of bodies from both sides, the Liverpool boy walloped the ball past a diving Leno into the bottom left corner of the Fulham goal. The English defender finished his celebration in style, sliding chest-first into the corner flag.

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