Liverpool FC has suffered a scathing defeat coming days after reviving hopes of climbing the EPL table just after thrashing Man-City last weekend 1-0.
The Reds succumbed to a notorious Nottingham Forest who held them to a 0-0 draw in the first half and a painful 1-0 beating in the second half this evening.
Forest’s only goal was delivered by Taiwa Awoniyi at the 55th minute and made it difficult for Liverpool strikers to salvage a point.
Liverpool now remains at position 7 with 16 points while Arsenal leads the table with 27 points followed by Man-City with 26 points.
All eyes are now on a fiery encounter between Chelsea FC and Manchester United this evening.
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