Aston Villa 3-3 Liverpool.

Aston Villa ???Goalkeepers whose job is to prevent goals can sometimes score suicide goals. There is no shortage of goalkeepers who have scored at least one own goal in the English Premier League. 11 people have two suicide goals. Three? Just one and he is a World Cup winner. Emiliano Martínez at least did not expect such a joke from football.

The match at Villa Park was around 1 minute 48 seconds. Liverpool winger Harvey Elliott crossed from the right wing after Mohamed Salah’s pass. The ball went straight to Aston Villa goalkeeper Martinez but the Argentinian star could not keep it. After the ball fell, Martinez’s right-hand tap into the net as he scrambled to make the save. Martínez’s third own goal, the first goalkeeper to score in the English Premier League, gave Liverpool a 1-0 lead.

Then there were five more goals. Several goals were also canceled. In the end Liverpool drew 3-3 with Villa.

Villa took just eight minutes to atone for Martinez’s mistake. Playing with Ollie Watkins on the wing, Yuri Tielmans scored with a great shot on the return ball. Liverpool took the lead in the 23rd minute. Dutch star Cody Gakpo scored from Joe Gomez’s cross. Liverpool went into the break leading 2-1. Liverpool have not lost in the last 136 matches after finishing the first half in the lead in the Premier League. After the last whistle market, the number is 137.

Liverpool got their third goal from a free-kick early in the second half after the break. Centerback Jarrell Quanshaw scored a header from Harvey Elliott’s shot. Liverpool lead 3-1.

Four minutes after the visitors went ahead in the 48th minute, Villa sent the ball into the net. But the goal was disallowed by the Video Assistant Referee (VAR) as Leon Bailey was offside. Salah’s goal in the 59th minute was also ruled out for offside. But the drama does not end here.

85 to 88,

in these four minutes the ball went into the net 3 times! Jurgen Klopp’s team has conceded two goals. The last away match as Liverpool coach did not go well for the German.

Villa scored their second goal in the 85th minute. Liverpool goalkeeper Alisson’s pass was not properly taken by midfielder Alexis McAllister. Villar centreback Calum Chambers received the ball. Villa forward John Duran scored with a strong shot from his pass. After 2 minutes, Liverpool forward Nunez scored from a great through pass. The goal is canceled because it is offside!

Villa scored a dramatic equalizer in the next minute. Musa Diabi’s through ball on Duran’s thigh and Alison’s head in the net! The Brazilian made a great save in 3 minutes of added time.

Liverpool is third in the list with 79 points in 37 matches. Villa fourth with 68 points in the draw. Tottenham in fifth place with 63 points in 36 matches. Villa would have secured fourth place if they beat Liverpool.

Arsenal are at the top with 86 points from 37 matches. Manchester City is in second place with 85 points in 36 matches.

Liverpool will play their last match against Wolves in the league next Sunday.

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