Mohamed Salah scored a brace as Liverpool played a 1-2 draw against Brighton and Hove Albion, MySportDab reports.
The Reds came from behind to ensure they grabbed the lead but couldn’t hold on throughout as the home side comeback.
It was a challenging game for the Reds who showed that they are equal to the task until Dunk made the come back.
The first half was good coming from both teams who had their moment in goal and also defending the save themselves.
Brighton and Hove Albion came into the game at the back of some poor results which they hoped to overcome moving forward.
It paid off as the Seagulls scored the opening goal in the 20th minutes which came from Simon Adingra which saw things turned 1-0 against Liverpool.
The Reds were quick to bounce back with Mohamed Salah goal which came later in the 41st minutes making sure it was 1-1 between both teams.
Liverpool once again added another goal which came in the additional time of the first half from Salah to make it 1-2 which was scored from the penalty spot.
Bright and Hove Albion were lost and all over the place as the first half came to an end with them behind 1-2 with all fight left for them to make in the remaining 45 minutes.
They both came in with so much from their end which was trying to ensure they make the comeback goal as their main priority moving on.
Brighton and Hove Albion leveled things in the 78th minutes scored by Lewis Dunk who was able to calm things down with scoreline 2-2.
The match carried on until it came to an end with Brighton holding Liverpool to a 2-2 draw in an encounter which could have easily gone either way with the two teams doing so well.
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