Reds' Stumble: Liverpool's West Ham Draw Deals Blow to Premier League Title Dreams

Liverpool's Premier League title hopes took another hit as they settled for a 2-2 draw against West Ham, with Michail Antonio's late equalizer dealing a blow to their aspirations.

Jurgen Klopp's team is struggling in the final stretch of his tenure, managing just one victory in their last five league matches, causing them to lose ground to rivals Arsenal and Manchester City in the title race.

Despite falling behind to Jarrod Bowen's header in the 43rd minute, Liverpool fought back, with Andy Robertson equalizing early in the second half.

The momentum shifted in Liverpool's favor when an own goal by West Ham goalkeeper Alphonse Areola put them ahead in the 65th minute.

However, Antonio's header in the 77th minute dashed Liverpool's hopes of securing all three points, leaving them with a share of the spoils.

Liverpool currently sits in third place in the league standings, trailing leader Arsenal by two points, although Arsenal has a game in hand.

Manchester City holds a slim one-point advantage over Liverpool and has two games in hand over Klopp's side, intensifying the pressure on Liverpool to convert their chances into victories.

Despite dominating possession in the first half and registering 11 shots, Liverpool struggled to capitalize on their opportunities, highlighting their recent issues with converting chances into goals.