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Liverpool looked set to claim all three point at Brighton thanks to Diogo Jota's second half striker – only to have to settle for a point after Pascal Gross' injury time penalty.
In an action packed encounter at the Amex Stadium, the Reds had two goals disallowed for offside, gave away two penalties and drew 1-1.
Neal Maupay missed the first Brighton penalty, after a foul by Neco Williams, while Mohamed Salah's first-half goal was disallowed for offside after a VAR check.
Portugal international Jota fired home a fine opener early in the second period, before substitute Sadio Mane headed home a second, only to see that ruled out for offside by VAR also.
The Reds looked set for all three points, only for Andy Robertson's attempted swiped clearance to see him miss the ball but connect with Danny Welbeck's toe.
Referee Stuart Atwell went to his monitor and pointed to the spot, from which Gross made no mistake.
Liverpool had to settle for a draw
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Klopp let his unhappiness be known at full-time on the field as he approached the officials.
Here are player ratings from the south coast…
Not really called upon because of Brighton’s poor finishing, but did what was necessary whenever required, penalties apart.
Neco Williams 4
After being targeted by Atalanta in midweek, the Welshman really struggled on the south coast. Gave away a penalty with a reckless challenge and was hooked at half time.
Another tough afternoon for the young full-back
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Nat Phillips 6
In for his second Premier League start, he was solid enough; high line doesn’t really suit him, but timed a couple of last-ditch challenges really well and won his headers.
Calm and composed, he used the ball well to start attacks and was once again sound defensively.
Andy Robertson 6
Back in the side after being rested in midweek, Robertson offered an outlet down the left, playing a key role for the opening goal and was defensively good – until that late challenge on Welbeck.
Robertson gave away a late penalty on the south coast
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James Milner 6
Diligent in the first half with possession in a tough midfield battle against Yves Bissouma. Reverted to right-back at half-time where he was typically reliable.
Gini Wijnaldum 7
Another understated display where he did a little bit of everything in midfield to keep Liverpool on the move.
Takumi Minamino 6
Some neat touches and nice flashes, but too often wants to come deep towards the ball; always looks better when receiving in the final third.
Mohamed Salah 7
Scored but saw it ruled out for offside, his cushioned layoff helped create Jota’s goal and he was a constant threat – until he was left furious with his 63rd minute substitution.
Salah wasn't happy with coming off
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Roberto Firmino 5
His control and pass for Salah’s disallowed goal was magnificent, but that was one moment in a 90 minute display where he just wasn't seen often enough.
Diogo Jota 8 MOTM
Scored a fine goal and was a nightmare for Brighton's defence with his speed and movement throughout.
Subs: Henderson 6 (Williams, 46’), Mane 5 (Salah, 63’), Jones 5 (Milner, 73')
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