Watch Luis Diaz dribble past five Crystal Palace players before firing at Wondergoal to save 10 Liverpool players at Anfield

Luis Diaz scored a solo goal in Liverpool’s 1-1 draw with Crystal Palace on Monday night.

Jurgen Klopp’s men started quickly in their first home game of the season but failed to break through.

Diaz dribbled past five Palace players before his shot

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Diaz dribbled past five Palace players before his shotcredit: Getty
The clean hit fell into the far corner in front of the jubilant scenes of Merseyside

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The clean hit fell into the far corner in front of the jubilant scenes of Merseysidecredit: Getty
Diaz's goal ignited life at Anfield but Liverpool couldn't win the match

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Diaz’s goal ignited life at Anfield but Liverpool couldn’t win the matchCredit: AFP

Palace had them firing in the 32nd minute when Ibricci sent Izzy Wilfried Zaha away in the first half and the Eagles’ spell finished in style to give the visitors a surprise lead.

Then things went from bad to worse for Liverpool after the break.

Darwin Nunez’s pointless header on Joachim Andersen saw the Uruguayan take the red on his first home appearance.

But just as the match looked to be slipping away from Liverpool, Diaz stepped in to create a moment of magic.

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The Colombian striker cut his way down the left, slashing his way past five Palace shirts before firing a superb shot past Vicente Guaita.

It was a lightning strike that seemed to inspire Liverpool to victory.

Diaz’s spirited celebration thrilled the crowd as the Merseyside team felt their first win of the season.

However, Patrick Vieira’s side stood firm and withstood late pressure to leave Anfield with a fine point.

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This means Liverpool have only two draws to show at the start of their career after the 2-2 draw with Fulham in their opening weekend.

Indeed, Barcelona are four points behind champions Manchester City as they beat Bournemouth 4-0 on Saturday to maintain their perfect start.

Next up for Klopp’s squad is a trip to Old Trafford on Monday to face rivals Manchester United.

Liverpool are looking to inflict a third consecutive defeat on Eric Ten Hag’s side – who are currently bottom of the Premier League after losses to Brighton and Brentford.



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