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Liverpool 2-0 Wolves: Klopp gets winning send-off over 10-man Wolves

Alexis Mac Allister and Jarell Quansah scored in Liverpool’s 2-1 win over Wolves at Anfield, as Jurgen Klopp presided over the final match of his legendary tenure as Liverpool boss on Championship Sunday.

[ MORE: Klopp speaks to Anfield after final game ]

The celebrated German manager announced his Liverpool departure earlier this season and has been bidding a long goodbye to the Reds since, and the final game was filled with emotion and tributes to Klopp.

Liverpool finish third on the Premier League table with 82 points, nine points off champions Manchester City, as Klopp’s oft-injured team stuck in a three-team title race deep into the season.


The loss drops Wolves to 14th with 46 points, but Gary O’Neil’s first season in charge of the West Midlands club was solid despite the side limping down the stretch.

Classy Jurgen Klopp gets a nice goodbye

Every single member of Liverpool would’ve liked at least one more game on their schedule and for this match to have some relevance to a trophy fight, but in some ways it was truly nice that Jurgen Klopp could exit the Anfield set after what became an easy win made easier by Nelson Semedo’s red card. Whether or not you’re a Liverpool fan, there’s no debating whether Klopp is a strong leader of men who fosters a sense of community wherever he goes, and he turned Liverpool from an uneven giant back into one of the strongest clubs in the world. He raised the already-strong sense of family on Merseyside, and highlighted the supporters — as he said Sunday after the game — as “the superpower of world football.” Barcelona, and many others, would agree with this sentiment. Anfield now feels like Old Trafford did 15 years ago, and Arne Slot is walking into a very good place. Jurgen Klopp tries not to make things about him and in a way he must know that only makes it more about him. See you soon, Kloppo.

Liverpool 2-0 Wolves player ratings (from

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How to watch Liverpool vs Wolves live, stream link and start time

Kick off: 11am ET Sunday
TV Channel: Peacock Premium
Online: Premier League on Peacock

Liverpool vs Wolves live updates — by Nick Mendola

Liverpool vs Wolves final score: 2-0

Goalscorers: Mac Allister (34'), Quansah (40')

Halftime — Liverpool 2-0 Wolves

The red card changed a lot, yeah?

xG is 2.38-0.21 to Liverpool, who have run up 21 shot attempts in the first half compared to two for Wolves.

A happy goodbye for Jurgen Klopp. That’s nice, for sure.

Jarell Quansah goal — Liverpool 2-0 Wolves (40th minute)

Quansah doubles Liverpool's lead against Wolves
Jarell Quansah taps in Liverpool's second goal of the match to make it 2-0 against 10-men Wolves at Anfield.

Alexis Mac Allister goal — Liverpool 1-0 Wolves (34th minute)

Mac Allister heads Liverpool ahead of Wolves
Liverpool take the lead thanks to Alexis Mac Allister's glancing header to make it 1-0 over 10-men Wolves at Anfield.

Red card!

Nelson Semedo really wants to make sure Liverpool have the best chance to give Klopp a big send-off.

He crashes into Alexis Mac Allister, VAR has a look, and it’s a red card after less than a half-hour.

Good luck, Wolves.

This is going to be an occasion: Klopp gets first standing ovation (video)

Liverpool lineup

Alisson, Alexander-Arnold, Quansah, Van Dijk, Robertson, Endo, Mac Allister, Elliott, Diaz, Gakpo, Salah

Wolves lineup

Sa, Semedo, S. Bueno, Kilman, Toti, Ait-Nouri, Gomes, M. Lemina, Bellegarde, Hwang, Cunha

BLiverpool focus, team news

OUT: Joel Matip (torn ACL - out for season) | QUESTIONABLE: Diogo Jota (hip), Andy Robertson (undisclosed), Thiago Alcantara (groin)

Wolves focus, team news

OUT: Craig Dawson (groin), Leon Chiwone (ankle) | QUESTIONABLE: Pablo Sarabia (undisclosed)