Brighton & Hove Albion fought back from two goals down to draw 2-2 at Liverpool and maintain their top-four challenge.
The Seagulls’ Solly March forced a good save from Alisson early on, but it was Liverpool who took the lead as Jordan Henderson fired in superbly from Mohamed Salah’s fourth-minute pass.
Liverpool were forced into a first-half change as Naby Keita limped off, but his replacement Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain set up the second goal with an exquisite cross for Sadio Mane to head in on 24 minutes.
Brighton battled back and Enock Mwepu scored his first Premier League goal when he floated the ball over Alisson from outside the penalty area.
Then Leandro Trossard levelled when he finished off a pass by former Liverpool man Adam Lallana in a flowing move on 65 minutes that was started by goalkeeper Robert Sanchez.
Liverpool remain second but drop three points behind leaders Chelsea. Brighton slip to sixth but are only one point off the top four.
Liverpool: 7 Nov v West Ham (A)
Brighton: 6 Nov v Newcastle (H)
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