Liverpool survived a rare night of struggle to overcome West Ham United and move closer to a first premier league title in 30-years.
Liverpool took an early lead when Fabianski failed to deal with a routine Georginio Wijnaldum header but David Moyes’ side showed great character to hit back through Issa Diop’s header, which should also have been kept out by Alisson.
And when substitute Pablo Fornals swept West Ham into the lead nine minutes after the break Liverpool were faced with a fight to preserve their unbeaten 27-match league run.
Fabianski was the culprit again by allowing Mohamed Salah’s shot to squirm through his legs in the 68th minute.
Nine minutes from time, Sadio Mane scored after Trent Alexander-Arnold lofted the ball over Fabianski.
Liverpool have restored their 22-point lead at the top and the Hammers are left in the bottom three.