Liverpool won 3-1 against West Ham on Sunday to cut the gap on English Premier League (EPL) log leaders, Manchester City.
Mohammed Salah’s second-half brace and an 84th-minute strike from Georginio Wijnaldum secured the three points for the Reds.
The Hammers got their consolation goal in the 87th minute through Dawson who converted from close range after Robertson flicked it into the West Ham defender’s path.
Liverpool, with 40 points, are now four (4) points behind Manchester City (44) who have a game in hand.
Meanwhile, new Chelsea manager, Tuchel registered his first win since taking over from Lampard after sharing spoils with Wolves in his first match as the Blues’ boss.
Chelsea won 2-0 against relegation-threatened Burnley, thanks to goals from defenders, César Azpilicueta 40′ and Marcos Alonso 84′.
Leicester City suffered a shocking 3-1 defeat at the hands of Leeds giving the reigning champions, Liverpool to go above them.
The top five teams as it stands:
- Manchester City – 44 (20 games)
- Manchester United – 41 (21 games)
- Liverpool – 40 (21 games)
- Leicester – 39 (21 games)
- West Ham – 35 (21 games)