Red-hot Liverpool warn Newcastle and Man Utd before a favourable run-in.

Red-hot Liverpool warn Newcastle and Man Utd before a favourable run-in.

They will arrive. Locked and loaded with all cylinders firing, Liverpool are tearing down the outside toward a place in the top four that could result in a sweeping finish.

Last year’s defeat here was avenged by Jurgen Klopp’s squad’s victory this season. West Ham scored ten times in their previous three games. However, Liverpool is making a strong push for Champions League qualification.

While proprietor John W. Henry was a guest at the London Stadium, Cody Gakpo scored to cancel out Lucas Pacqueta’s stunning first-half opener.

The Reds’ resurgence continued in the second half when Joel Matip scored the game-winning header. With the West Ham United denied a clear penalty for Thiago’s late infringement, Klopp was also fortunate.

“I assumed he just tripped over the ball,” he said. “However, I can appreciate why Moyesy sees it so differently. We ultimately held control of the contest. It was our finest response to a defeat all season.”

When asked about the top four, he responded, “I still cannot see the race.” We are not prepared to compete in a race. Our only option is to win all of our contests.

“From this location, we play Tottenham, and that’s it. If the opposition wins every game, our season will be over.

I do not consider that. I desire that we conclude the season as strongly as possible. For at least the next few weeks, I want us to present our true selves. Not the beautiful one, but the hideous one.”

When asked about the Liverpool owner’s presence, he responded, “We met and spoke last night.” Henry was satisfied with what he observed.

Trent Alexander-Arnold has more assists than any other Premier League player this season with seven.

The next three games for Liverpool will be played at home, and ALL of their remaining contests are comfortably winnable.

Newcastle and Manchester United may be comfortably positioned in the top four, but neither will delude themselves that the task is close to completion.

Not with Liverpool once again blazing on the road. Now the contest begins. The in-form Hammers fought valiantly in defeat.
They had a quick start.

Pacqueta opened the scoring after 12 minutes with a spectacular long-range strike, his third goal in his last three games.

Six minutes later, however, Trent assisted Gakpo’s long-distance goal.

The winning goal was scored by Joel Matip with 23 minutes remaining. David Moyes was justified in his rage when his team was denied a penalty kick after Danny Ings’ shot. What on earth was Neil Swarbrick, the referee, doing?

Red-hot Liverpool warn Newcastle and Man Utd before a favourable run-in.