Aaron Dunham left his mark on the scoresheet as the French side beat Liverpool in the Europa League on Thursday evening.
– It was a sick experience. “This whole game and the win over Liverpool is the biggest thing I’ve ever been through,” Dunnum told TV 2.
The Norwegian sent his team Toulouse into the lead after 36 minutes of play at Toulouse Stadium.
The former Vålerenga player grabbed the ball from a sleeping Kostas Tsimikas and raced towards the penalty area. Dunham pulled himself in and finished toward the right corner. The ball went through goalkeeper Jamal Quansah and sent goalkeeper Caoimhin Kelleher out of action.
Liverpool also had chances, but the French team held on in the first half and took a 1-0 lead over the English Premier League giants.
After the break, the lead doubled. Thes Dalinga sneaked behind Liverpool’s defense, controlled the ball, and scored a 2-0 lead.
In the quarter before the end, the visitors from Merseyside gained new confidence in the comeback when Christian Clackers Jnr got his goal. Put the ball in his goal.
However, this hope was short-lived. Soon after, Franck Magri was in his place and extended the home team’s lead once again.
It did not help that Diogo Jota reduced the visitors’ numbers again at the end of the match. Liverpool also put a ball into the net in extra time, but the goal was disallowed. VAR detected a hand on Alexis MacAllister before goal.
The score was 3-2 to the hosts, meaning Liverpool have nine points remaining in the group. Dunum and Toulouse now have seven points.
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