Liverpool have been pegged again in stoppage-time as a late Pascal Gross penalty noticed them denied a win at Brighton as the 2 sides performed a 1-1 draw.
Diogo Jota’s second-half strike appeared to have given the Reds all three factors however referee Stuart Atwell gave the house facet a late penalty following a VAR examine after Andy Robertson was adjudged to have kicked Danny Welbeck within the field.
That was the second penalty Brighton have been awarded within the match however Neal Maupay put his first-half spot-kick huge after Neco Williams tripped Aaron Connolly. A minute later Maupay went off injured.
Mohamed Salah was additionally seen reacting badly to Jurgen Klopp’s resolution to substitute him shortly after Jota’s purpose, blanking the German as he left the sphere.
Salah was a brilliant spark within the Liverpool group and had a purpose dominated out by VAR as replays confirmed his toe was offside within the build-up.
His substitute, Sadio Mane, appeared to have put the outcome past any doubt as he headed the ball dwelling however VAR got here to Brighton’s rescue once more because the Senegal worldwide was additionally offside.
Issues didn’t get significantly better for the champions with James Milner having to go off with an damage.
However the actual sickening blow got here proper on the finish as VAR suggested Atwell to take a look at an incident which noticed Robertson kick Welbeck’s foot contained in the field, and Brighton have been subsequently given their second spot-kick.
Gross caught it away to salvage some extent for Brighton and the ultimate whistle noticed Klopp confront the officers earlier than having a barney with BT Sport’s Des Kelly about fixture scheduling.