Ian Rush shares jubilant celebrations after Trent Alexander-Arnold winner against Fulham

It's fair to say that everyone inside Anfield enjoyed Liverpool's late comeback against Fulham on Sunday, with club icon Ian Rush no different.

The Reds beat Fulham 4-3 in the Premier League thanks to late goals from Wataru Endo and Trent Alexander-Arnold in a chaotic and thrilling encounter.

While Liverpool left a lot to be desired defensively, Jurgen Klopp's side bagged four stunners at Anfield to earn themselves a crucial three points as they jumped up to second in the table.

Liverpool's record club goalscorer Ian Rush would have been proud of any of the Reds' strikes on Sunday and he was certainly over the moon when Alexander-Arnold supplied an 88th-minute winner.

The 62-year-old, who netted 346 goals of his own for the Reds, posted a video of himself on X celebrating after Liverpool's No. 66 rifled home his late volley, with the former Wales international jubilant to say the least.

Rush reflected the joy the rest of Anfield felt after Liverpool found a winner and earned themselves a potentially pivotal victory in the title race.

With Man City dropping points at home to Tottenham and Aston Villa drawing away at Bournemouth, Liverpool moved up to second in the table and now only find themselves behind league leaders Arsenal.

Heading into the busy winter period, every point is crucial, with the Reds rescuing three from the brink of defeat against Fulham.

Next up for Klopp's men is a trip to Bramall Lane to face Sheffield United on Wednesday before a clash with Crystal Palace this Saturday.

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