Liverpool Denied Victory By Late Penalty At Brighton

Premier League match between Brighton and Liverpool ended in a 1-1 draw

Pascal Gross’ controversial injury-time penalty rescued a deserved draw for Brighton although Liverpool still went top of the Premier League.

It was Brighton’s second penalty of the game after Neal Maupay fired a first-half spot-kick wide at the Amex Stadium.

The Reds thought they had taken the lead when Mohamed Salah latched onto a Roberto Firmino ball before firing home, but it was disallowed for offside by the video assistant referee.

Pascal Groß scored a late penalty to secure a point for Brighton against Liverpool

Diogo Jota broke the deadlock, with his ninth goal since joining the Reds, as he received Salah’s pass before going past two defenders and firing into the bottom corner.

Substitute Sadio Mane believed he had sealed the game with a late header for Liverpool but that was also ruled out by the VAR for offside.

And they were made to pay when Andy Robertson kicked Danny Welbeck’s boot – with Stuart Attwell awarding the penalty after viewing the screen – and Gross slamming the equaliser down the centre.

The defending champions go one point above Tottenham, who visit Chelsea on Sunday. Brighton remain 16th, five points ahead of 17th-placed Burnley.

See the match stats below:

Match Stats: Brighton vs Liverpool

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source: BBC

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