Liverpool vs Crystal Palace LIVE: Premier League result, final standings and reaction after Darwin Nunez’s red card

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Jurgen Klopp blanked out Darwin Nunez as he trotted past him. He loved what he saw when the Uruguayan played at Anfield for the first time, even if it hurt his side, but he was in Benfica colors that day. He was less happy with what he saw in the £64m striker’s home debut than he hurt Liverpool again.

While Nunez was sent off for a combination of stupidity and violent behavior, Klopp’s other big purchase from Portugal that year spared Liverpool a rare defeat at Anfield. Luis Diaz was a superlative equalizer but her start to the season was stuttering. After two games, they are four points behind Manchester City.

The title race may not be over yet, but even with 108 points to play it’s difficult to close that gap to Pep Guardiola’s side, especially when eventual winners hover around the 95-point mark.

Once again, they paid first for the goal they conceded. Crystal Palace completed a capital double for Liverpool followed by Fulham who took the lead against them and were two points behind. Like Fulham, they shone with Wilfried Zaha succeeding in Aleksandar Mitrovic’s place, albeit with very different methods, by worrying them.

Follow all the action from Anfield as Liverpool take on Crystal Palace:

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Darwin Nunez is sent off as Liverpool are held at home by Crystal Palace

Jurgen Klopp blanked out Darwin Nunez as he trotted past him. He loved what he saw when the Uruguayan played at Anfield for the first time, even if it hurt his side, but he was in Benfica colors that day. He was less happy with what he saw in the £64m striker’s home debut than he hurt Liverpool again.

While Nunez was sent off for a combination of stupidity and violent behavior, Klopp’s other big purchase from Portugal that year spared Liverpool a rare defeat at Anfield. Luis Diaz was a superlative equalizer but her start to the season was stuttering. After two games, they are four points behind Manchester City.

The title race may not be over yet, but even with 108 points to play it’s difficult to close that gap to Pep Guardiola’s side, especially when eventual winners hover around the 95-point mark.

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Reaction from Wilfried Zaha

Crystal Palace goalscorer Wilfried Zaha spoke to Sky Sports after the game and said:

“All we knew was that it was going to be hard work and that we had to take our chances. We knew we had to suffer but our plan was to soak it up and take risks so I’m happy with that point.

“They pushed forward and I looked for space behind. It only takes one chance and I’m glad I took it today.

“Once Eze played it through, I had in mind what I wanted to do. I didn’t want the keeper to face himself so I just took it early.

“We’re a good team and we get along well with the big teams, so I’m very optimistic for this season, especially in terms of the way we play.”

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Manchester United could end up in the bottom half of the Premier League

Gary Neville believes Manchester United are in “special measures” and could end up in the bottom half of the Premier League if they don’t tackle their “horror story” recruitment strategy.

The former United defender was vocal in his criticism of the club’s owners after a humiliating 4-0 defeat at Brentford on Saturday.

The defeat kept Erik Ten Hag’s side bottom of the table after the Dutchman lost his first competitive game at home to Brighton a week earlier.

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Liverpool 1-1 Crystal Palace

Two missed chances and a red card for Darwin Nunez. Not the Anfield debut he would have dreamed of.

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Liverpool 1-1 Crystal Palace

Nunez will now miss next Monday’s game against Manchester United.

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Liverpool 1-1 Crystal Palace

Liverpool are content with one more point but it is the first time in 10 years that they have failed to win one of their first two games of the season.

After two games, they are already four points behind leaders Manchester City.

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Full-time: Liverpool 1-1 Crystal Palace

90+5 mins: draw! Crystal Palace looks the game and Liverpool will have to settle for another draw.

Darwin Nunez’s dismissal was a key factor in Liverpool not being able to capitalize on the pressure that had built up. The Reds will thank Luis Diaz for his spectacular solo goal that saved them another point.

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90+2 mins: Fabio Carvalho tries to take the ball away from Palace substitute Michael Olise, stands on his foot and also earns a yellow card.

Kostas Tsimikas is not happy with how long it takes for the Eagles to take the free-kick and tries the referee, who puts him on the book for an objection.

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90 minutes: Five minutes of stoppage time. Vicente Guaita and Odsonne Edouard have both been yellow cards for wasting time.

Will there be a winning goal?

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Liverpool 1-1 Crystal Palace

87 minutes: Close! Henderson slices in a cross from the right side of the field and sends the ball all the way to Tsimikas. The left-back brings the ball down, shoots and deflects the shot down Salah’s path.

Salah takes a touch, shoots on the turn and sends the ball just inches wide of the left post!

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