Fulham 2-2 Liverpool: Aleksandar Mitrovic scores twice to shock Reds

BBC Sport Saturday, 6 August 2022
Darwin Nunez comes off the bench to score one and create another as Liverpool twice come from behind to salvage a point in a gripping game at newly-promoted Fulham.

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