Liverpool made it win over Wolves night with Roberto Firmino netting to reestablish his team lead at the table using a Premier League victory on Thursday.
The leaders wasted no time with the early lead with Jordan Henderson redirecting Trent Alexander-Arnold’s corner beyond Wolves keeper Rui Patricio to make it 1-0 in the eighth minute.
Sadio Mane was removed with a clear injury and replaced only following the half-hour markers by fresh coming Takumi Minamino, that had been building his Premier League debut after registering from FC Salzburg in December.
Klopp said following the game: “It is likely a muscle, he sensed something at the hamstring, we do not understand yet.”
As the first half wore on, wolves, who’ve given Jurgen Klopp’s side matches climbed into the game, however, the home side was not able to get an equalizer and Liverpool took a lead.
The hosts could get back on level terms shortly after the restart by a quick-hitting counter-attack that ended with Raul Jimenez beating a header beyond Alisson into the delight of this Molineux audience.
Wolves were firmly on the front foot following the target and would’ve been beforehand were it not for a set of leading Alisson saves on shots in Adama Traore and Jimenez soon following the equaliser.