Premier League 2

Gribbin penalty hits Liverpool's title hopes

9 Mar 2018
Callum Gribbin, Liverpool, PL2

Liverpool miss out on going level at top of Division 1 after 2-1 home defeat by Man Utd

Callum Gribbin's late penalty dented Liverpool's Division 1 title challenge as Manchester United won 2-1 at Anfield.

The 19-year-old midfielder scored from the spot eight minutes from time to seal United's first PL2 victory since October.

Liverpool looked on course for three points and going level with leaders Leicester City through Adam Lewis's 65th-minute free-kick.

Goalkeeper Danny Ward excelled in keeping United at bay, but was unable to prevent Joe Riley's equaliser on 79 minutes.

Three minutes later Gribbin completed the turnaround, converting after substitute Joshua Bohui had been fouled.

Liverpool remain second, three points behind Leicester on 33 points, with three matches remaining. A point below lie Arsenal, who have two matches in hand.

United remain bottom on 15 points but are now two points from safety, with four matches remaining.

See: Liverpool report | Man Utd report

Next fixtures

Liverpool: 21 Mar v Boro (A) PL Cup
Man United: 18 Mar v Swansea (A) PL2

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