Nunez makes Premier League history as Liverpool triumphs over Forest, Chelsea draws Brentford


Darwin Nunez scored the narrowest decisive goal in Premier League history, securing a four-point lead over their closest rival.

Liverpool secured three points in a tight show against Nottingham Forest at the City grounds on Saturday.

The leaders were on the verge of losing two crucial points in the title race, but in the ninth minute of stoppage time, Alexis Mac Allister delivered an excellent cross that Nunez skillfully flicked in.

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This 1-0 late winner traced a first league win at the City Ground for Liverpool since October 1984.

In another match, Tottenham Hotspur overturned a one-goal deficit to defeat Crystal Palace 3-1.

Chelsea suffered a fifth time failure to win as it battled Brentford to a 2-2 settlement at Gtech Community Stadium.

Meanwhile, at Kenilworth Aston Villa scooped three points from Luton in a hard earned 2-3 defeat.

West Ham United climbed up a step farther to seventh place after beating Everton 3-1 at Goodison Park.

On the other hand Craven Cottage witnessed Fullham’s 3-0 win against Brighton.

Furthermore, Newcastle beat Wolves in tense game with a 3-0 at St. James Park.

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