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Watch Diaz dribble past FIVE Crystal Palace players before firing in wondergoal

LUIS DIAZ scored an OUTRAGEOUS solo goal in Liverpool’s 1-1 draw with Crystal Palace on Monday night.

Jurgen Klopp’s men started fast in their first home match of the season but failed to find the breakthrough.

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Diaz dribbled past five Palace players before getting his shot offCredit: Getty
The clean strike nestled in the far corner to jubilant scenes on Merseyside

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The clean strike nestled in the far corner to jubilant scenes on MerseysideCredit: Getty
Diaz's strike sparked Anfield into life but Liverpool could not go on to win the game

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Diaz’s strike sparked Anfield into life but Liverpool could not go on to win the gameCredit: AFP

And Palace made them pay in the 32nd minute when Eberechi Eze sent Wilfried Zaha away on the break and the Eagles talisman finished superbly to give the visitors a shock lead.

Things then went from bad to worse for Liverpool after the break.

Darwin Nunez’s senseless headbutt on Joachim Andersen saw the Uruguayan receive a straight red on his home debut.

But just as the match seemed to be slipping away from Liverpool, Diaz stepped up to produce a moment of magic.

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Cutting in from the left-hand side, the Colombian forward weaved his way past five Palace shirts before rifling a spectacular shot beyond Vicente Guaita.

It was a breathtaking strike which looked set to inspire Liverpool to victory.

Diaz’s passionate celebration sent the crowd wild as the Merseyside outfit sensed a first win of the campaign.

However, Patrick Vieira‘s side stood firm and withstood late pressure to leave Anfield with an impressive point.

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It means Liverpool only have two draws to show for the start of their campaign following a 2-2 draw with Fulham on the opening weekend.

They are already four points adrift of reigning champions Manchester City as they swatted aside Bournemouth 4-0 on Saturday to maintain their perfect start.

Next up for Klopp‘s side is a trip to Old Trafford on Monday to take on rivals Manchester United.

Liverpool will be looking to inflict a third successive defeat on Erik ten Hag’s side – who currently sit bottom of the Premier League following losses to Brighton and Brentford.



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