Anfield went mad as Klopp’s team showed they have what it takes to fight for the title, as the result sees them remain in the top three.
It was a crazy first half in which Fulham faced a Liverpool side at Anfield, where the first to shine was Alexander-Arnold.
The Englishman scored a wonderful free-kick to make it 1-0, although the Premier League gave it to Bernd Leno as an own goal.
Four minutes later, however, Harry Wilson responded to make it 1-1 with a cross from the left flank.
Before the break, the madness would return as Alexis MacAllister scored a tremendous goal from 30 yards with a beautiful shot. A goal to remember.
But in stoppage time, Tete equalized again, taking advantage of a combed ball after a corner kick and beating Caoimhin Kelleher, who was not at his best but a starter due to the absence of Alisson.
The second half also left room for surprises despite the fact Liverpool controlled and looked for Leno’s goal, as Marco Silva’s team defended sufficiently.
In the 80th minute the bombshell hit at Anfield as perfect cross by Tom Cairney to the far post was met by a great header from Bobby Decordova-Reid to make it 2-3 and silence Liverpool.
Liverpool had not lost at home in the Premier League since March 2021, also to Fulham, but the record would remain intact.
The madness was to last until the final whistle, as Endo equalized (3-3) in the 86th minute with a tremendous right-footed shot from the edge of the area.
Barely a minute later, Alexander-Arnold came from deep to take the lead with a great volley from inside the box.
Anfield roared and Liverpool celebrated, with Jurgen Klopp running up and down the touchline.
Liverpool were back and still in the title race.