Arnold urges Liverpool to win their remaining games

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Mo Chaib

Alexander-Arnold celebrating after scoring in Liverpool's victory
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Arnold has urged Liverpool to win their remaining games in order to be in with a chance of winning the Premier League.

The Reds managed to overcome the crisis of the last two weeks after the European elimination at the hands of Atalanta and the loss to Crystal Palace, as the team succeeded in beating Fulham.

Alexander-Arnold scored the first goal for the Reds in the 32nd minute, before Fulham equalised in injury time in the first half. Dutchman Ryan Gravenberch put Liverpool back in front in the 53rd minute. Diogo Jota secured the result for the visitors by scoring the team’s third goal in the 72nd minute.

Alexander-Arnold expressed his happiness with the win after the team’s negative results in the recent period. He emphasised the need to win the remaining matches to have a chance of winning the title.

“It’s been a very tough couple of weeks – a bad run of games, bad run of form, bad run of results – so it’s good to be able to turn that and flip that on its head,” he said to Sky Sports.

“It was important for us to do that. We knew going into this that we had six games left where we feel as if we have to win every single one to stand a chance to win anything. So it was an important game and there are five more now.

“It’s going to be a difficult week with two more away games but we’re confident that if we can replicate what we did today then we should be able to get results. We have to expect five wins from five now to even stand a chance of being able to pick up silverware in a few weeks.

“It’s exciting, though. You’ve got three teams who are playing outstanding football and I think, for a neutral, it’s got to be one of the most exciting seasons. It’s very rare you see a three-horse title race and I’m certainly enjoying it, as much pressure as there is. But these are the games you love to play in and they are the ones that matter the most.”

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