Deputy James Milner scored from a penalty near the end to save Liverpool from the décor and led him to a 2-1 victory in Fulham and took the top of the Premier League on Sunday.
Sadeo Mani scored the first goal of Liverpool in 26th minute, and Rian Babel, the former Liverpool player, scored for Fulham after a defensive line in the 74th minute.
But nine minutes from the end of the initial season, Mani received a penalty, and Milner kept him firmly in the midst of a goal in the hope of Liverpool to compete for the title.
Liverpool jumped to the top of the league with 76 points from 31 games and two points from Manchester City, who only had 30 games.
Mani shared the ball with his colleague Robert Fermin before he scored the first goal in the distance.
Goal Fulham came after defender Virgil van Dijk made a poor return to goalkeeper Alison Baker to break the ball and score and refuse to celebrate his old goal.
However, Mani regained his attention and received a penalty after Sergio Rico attacked goalkeepers Fulham and Milner.
Egyptian star Mohammed Salah, the best shooter of the league last season, lost a good chance to add a third goal after Mani's excellent passing in the last minutes.