Roberto Firmino ended his time at Anfield on a high note by scoring a crucial goal in the final moments of the match, securing a valuable point for Liverpool.
The 1-1 draw against Aston Villa halted the team's impressive seven-match winning streak, with Jacob Ramsey's first-half goal giving Aston Villa the lead until Firmino's 110th goal for the club levelled the score.
Although Liverpool has already guaranteed a spot in the Europa League for the next season, their hopes of qualifying for the Champions League are fading.
Nonetheless, Firmino's goal keeps their dreams alive for a few more games. Meanwhile, Manchester United maintained a three-point gap with a victory over Bournemouth, thanks to Casemiro's first-half strike.
For Liverpool to have any chance of a highly improbable top-four finish, they now need either Newcastle or Manchester United to lose their final two games.
Newcastle United - 3rd position
Leicester City (H) - May 22
Chelsea (A) - May 28
Manchester United - 4th position
Chelsea (H) - May 25
Fulham (H) - May 28