In a pulsating Premier League encounter at Selhurst Park, Crystal Palace’s Jordan Ayew faced a controversial send-off, paving the way for Liverpool’s thrilling comeback on Saturday.

Ayew found himself in hot water after receiving two yellow cards in rapid succession during the second half, ultimately resulting in a red card and his expulsion from the game. The first booking was incurred for delaying the restart of play, while the second followed a foul on Liverpool’s Harvey Elliott, who was orchestrating a counterattack.

At the moment of Ayew’s dismissal, Palace held a 1-0 lead, courtesy of Jean-Philippe Mateta’s successful penalty conversion. However, Liverpool swiftly capitalized on their numerical advantage, with Mohamed Salah equalizing just 98 seconds later. Salah’s goal not only levelled the score but also marked a significant personal milestone, as it was his 200th goal for Liverpool and his 150th in the Premier League.

The turn of events added an extra layer of drama to the match, showcasing the unpredictable nature of Premier League football. Ayew’s contentious red card and Salah’s milestone goal will undoubtedly be talking points in the aftermath of this intense clash at Selhurst Park.

Source: Graphic online

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