Liverpool kept pace with leaders Manchester City and Arsenal as they took the honours against Crystal Palace in a six-goal thriller at Selhurst Park.

In a frenzied encounter at Selhurst Park, Liverpool came through 4-2 victors in a six-goal thriller over Crystal Palace as they continued their unbeaten run in the Premier League to stay with the Arsenal and Manchester City at the top.

It was a defensive horror-show from both sides on the night as 4 of the six goals went through in the first thirty minutes itself and could have well been avoided had the back-line been a little more solid. The game was reminiscent of Liverpool’s memorable encounters last season against Borussia Dortmund and Norwich City when they won 4-3 and 5-4 respectively.

The Reds took the lead in the 16th minute through a slick move finished off by Emre Can for his first goal of the season. Coutinho sent in a ball into the box where Moreno played a great first-time pass into Palace’s penalty area for an incoming Can to slot it in.

Hardly had two minutes passed since the Liverpool opener, Lovren’s suicidal “clearance” put James McArthur through on goal and the Palace midfielder did the needful to capitalize on the Croatian’s gift. But the 27-year-old quickly made amends with a brilliant header off a Coutinho corner in the 20th minute to restore the lead for the Reds.

Joel Matip scored his first goal for the Reds just before half-time as he prodded in a bullet of a header off Coutinho’s corner with the Cameroonian seemingly unmarked by any Palace defender.

The game was well and truly in the bag when Roberto Firmino delightfully chipped the ball over Steve Mandanda after picking up Henderson’s well-weighted through ball.

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