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This season's Premier League season will be determined in the last match, something that was already predicted. Liverpool and Manchester City, the top two teams, are struggling to keep pace until the last moment, which is probably going to be the case. On Saturday night, Liverpool reached Newcastle 3-2 in a highly contested match. 37 points at the end of the match, 94 points. Manchester City has two of the list with 92 points in less than one match.

Liverpool returned with a 3-2 win over Newcastle in the league match. ALREADA proceeded in the 13th minute of the match. Arnold's balloon vanished on the corner of the corner, Virgil van Dyke wrapped in the great head. However, after a couple of minutes, the parity returns to Newcastle. Newcastle Ghanaian striker Christian Antsu scored the scoreline 1-1.

Liverpool go back again in the 28th minute Egypt's star Mohamed Salahar is now credited with taking the team forward. This time the ball made Alexander Arnold. Salah scored a 2-1 lead in the striking one side of the cross with his cross. Along with this goal, the highest goalscorer of this season's Premier League is 22. Yugger Clap's team went ahead in the first half.

Shortly after the break, Newcastle returned for the second time in a match. In the 54th minute of the match, Venezuela's forward Ronaldo shot 2-2 in the Bulletgiri shot. However, Liverpool supporters fell in the 69th minute of the match. Mohamed Salah was forced to leave the field after being injured in a clash with Newcastle goalkeeper. Belgian forward Origi, who came out on the field as a replacement for the team's best star,

Four minutes before the end of the match, Oregi was guaranteed to win the Liverpool. She scored a ball in Shakira's free-kick and conceded 3-2 to win the ball. Clash with the left-hand side of Mancini by two points away from the clap team.
                

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