Leicester City shook the net three times in seven minutes to overthrow the English Premier League (EPL) defending champions Liverpool, 1-3 in the 300th match of Jurgen Klopp.
Finisher Mohamed Salah gave the visitors the lead in the 67th minute at the King Power Stadium just now, before collapsing for the third time in a row.
The Foxes midfielder James Maddison cunningly equalized
free from difficult angles although anxiously canceled due to offside before confirmed by referee assistance video (VAR).
Allison Becker – who made two mistakes that gave Manchester City two goals in a 1-4 defeat earlier this week – is once again haunted by a defensive side.
The Brazilian goalkeeper, who was chosen by many for his agility last season, rushed too early from outside his penalty box before competing with new defender Ozan Kabak, thus giving Jamie Vardy room to score his first goal of the year.
With Liverpool still in shock, Harvey Barnes ensured Brendan Rodgers’ first win over his former employer since leaving Anfield and was replaced by the German-born manager to fill the second position with six points over the opponent.