Divock Origi scored in injury time to earn Liverpool a 2-2 draw with West Brom at Anfield on Sunday.
Jurgen Klopp’s side enjoyed the lion’s share of possession throughout the game and took the lead through captain Jordan Henderson in the 21st minute, but were unable to take a firm grip of the match thereafter.
Craig Dawson levelled proceedings after Reds goalkeeper Simon Mignolet failed to claim a corner, and Jonas Olsson looked to have given his side all three points with a close-range header from another set-piece.
But substitute Origi – introduced for the injured Dejan Lovren – then rescued a point for his side in added time, as his deflected strike saved the blushes the Kop.
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