Liverpool stumbles against Brighton in a controversial award


Liverpool fell today into the trap of its host Brighton and Hove Albion and returned home with an orphan point after a surprise draw with a goal to the same on the floor of Valmper stadium in the tenth round of the English Premier League, which enabled him to snatch the lead temporarily until Tottenham play their match against Chelsea tomorrow, Sunday.

Liverpool suffered during the match as Brighton presented a strong defensive performance in most periods, which made the number of coach Juergen Klopp’s men shots at the opponent’s goal reduced to only two shots between the three sticks, compared to 3 shots to the opponent, who benefited from a penalty kick that was calculated by the video referee in Injury time from the match to adjust the score.

Jota scores in the Liverpool match today as usual

Liverpool was on its way to victory over Brighton after its most prominent star. In the last summer, Diogo Jota, coming from Wolverhampton, scored the lead after dribbling several players from the home side before depositing the ball quietly into the net in the 60th minute.

But Andy Robertson kicked the penalty spot after kicking the Brighton striker’s foot in the penalty area during stoppage time in the second half, allowing the opponent to adjust the score by Pascal Grose in the 92nd minute.

Liverpool nearly fell behind with the match result in the 20th minute after referee Stuart Atwell awarded a penalty for Brighton, but Niall Mobaye missed the kick and hit it next to the post.

Mohamed Salah also made his mark in the match by scoring a beautiful goal in the 39th minute of the match, but the referee canceled it due to offside in a controversial situation.

Another goal scored by Sadio Mane for Liverpool was canceled in the 82nd minute due to an obvious offside.

Liverpool raised its score today to the 21st point at the top of the Premier League table, with an orphan point difference from Tottenham, who will face Chelsea on Sunday.

                 Summary of the Liverpool and Brighton match in the English Premier League

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