A spirited second-half comeback ensured the Reds tightened grip on a top-four spot with a priceless victory at Selhurst Park.
Jurgen Klopp’s side fell behind to Luka Milivojevic’s penalty which left the Reds trailing 1-0 at half-time following a poor first half.
It was a vital win and one which piled pressure on rivals, opening up a huge 10-point gap on fifth-placed Chelsea, and Klopp will be delighted to have ground out victory in tricky circumstances.
Here’s what the media made of a great Reds fightback.
Reporters praised the Reds’ spirit to fight back and claim what was a crucial win for numerous reasons…
The Mail’s Oliver Holt said Liverpool proved they have the steeliness to compliment the style:
“But Liverpool showed again that they have resolve to go with their fluid play. They rode Palace’s spells of dominance here and found a way to win.”
Our own Henry Jackson assessed the Reds’ winning mentality as key, and praised Klopp for instilling this in the team:
“Jurgen Klopp didn’t get a good performance out of his players, but it is testament to the manager that Liverpool are now ‘winning…