Ghana winger Christian Atsu was on target for Newcastle United in their loss to Liverpool on Saturday night at St. James’ Park.
PFA Player of the Year, Virgil Van Dijk headed in an Alexander Arnold’s corner kick in the 13 th minute to give Liverpool the lead but Atsu equalized seven minutes later.
Mohammed Salah converted a brilliant cross in the 28 th minute for the Kops but Newcastle United rallied from behind to pull parity courtesy Salomon Rondon in the 54 th minute.
Substitute Divock Origi scored the winner for Liverpool in the 86 th minute.
The 27-year-old Ghana International played the entire duration of the match.
Atsu has played 28 games in all competitions for Newcastle this season.
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