Liverpool produced an impressive comeback as they fought from 1-0 down to win 2-1 away to Crystal Palace in the Premier League on Saturday.

The Reds’ trip to Selhurst Park looked set to be a carbon copy of their defeat at Man United earlier in March, but for a spirited second-half showing.

With Luka Milivojevic putting Palace ahead before the break with a well-taken penalty, goals from Sadio Mane and Mohamed Salah to bookend the second half secured a vital win.

Liverpool now set their sights on Wednesday night’s crucial Champions League quarter-final clash with Man City, and can be hugely encouraged by their fighting quality on show at the weekend.

Jurgen Klopp will still have lessons to learn after a limp first-half display, however, with both positives and negatives to take from the win.

This is Anfield’s Jack Lusby (@jacklusby_) spoke to Liverpool writer Joel Rabinowitz (@joel_archie) and LFC Transfer Room’s Alex Mansfield (@el_mansfield) to discuss the Reds’ 2-1 victory at Selhurst Park.


The good…

LONDON, ENGLAND - Saturday, March 31, 2018: Liverpool's Mohamed Salah celebrates scoring the winning second goal during the FA Premier League match between Crystal Palace FC and Liverpool FC at Selhurst Park. (Pic by Dave Shopland/Propaganda)

JACK: After the game Klopp described the three points as “dirty,” and therein lies the key positive to take from this victory.

When the half-time whistle blew it almost seemed like a foregone conclusion, and as the second half wore on and Palace fought back into the game at 1-1 this was hammered home even further.

But that Liverpool were able to find that kernel of quality in the dying stages shows an improved winning mentality that…

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