EPL: Liverpool take the lead with a last-second win at Wolves | Football news

WOLVERHAMPTON (England): Liverpool’s Divock Origi came off the bench to score a winning goal in stoppage time and take their side to the top of the Premier League with a 1-0 win at Wolverhampton Wanderers on Saturday.
Origi pulled out a Mohamed Salah cross, spinning the ball home to blush otherwise deadly strikers after they lost many chances.
The result put Liverpool in first place with 34 points after 15 games, one point ahead of Chelsea after losing 3-2 to nL1N2SP08J earlier in the day at West Ham United.
However, Manchester City could overtake them both if they win at Watford in Saturday’s late game.
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Liverpool’s Trent Alexander-Arnold shot over it, Jota also missed, Salah saw the ball open with an open goal, Thiago Alcantara had blocked a double shot from close range and Sadio Manes shot was well saved.
Undeterred, Wolves repeatedly threatened Liverpool on the counterattack and could have taken the lead. But Raul Jimenez shot over the bar and Adama Traore was just beaten by Liverpool goalkeeper Alisson after a skillful passing game.
Wolves are eighth in the league with 21 points.