Liverpool came from behind to move to the top of the Premier League table, at least for a few hours, as they recovered from a lacklustre first 70 minutes at Crystal Palace to escape with a 2-1 win that owed plenty to Jurgen Klopp's substitutions and a fair bit of luck.
The Reds started brightly in south London, but it was Palace who created the best chance of the first half as the returning Alisson Becker did superbly to tip Jefferson Lerma's powerful effort onto the post from point-blank range.
Roy Hodgson's side also had a penalty decision overturned before half-time, but their VAR luck turned after the break as Jarell Quansah was adjudged to have fouled Jean Philippe-Mateta as he attacked a cross at the near post, and the Palace striker picked himself up to fire home from the spot.
Liverpool huffed and puffed in their search for an equaliser, but it was not until Jordan Ayew was red-carded for two rather soft bookings in the 75th minute that the game fully swung in their favour, and within a few seconds the visitors were level as Mohamed Salah swept in a deflected shot for his 200th goal for the club, and 150th in the Premier League.
From there, the Palace goal was under siege, and substitute Harvey Elliott eventually found a way through in the early moments of stoppage-time as he skipped past a couple of defenders before burying a shot from 20 yards.
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