Brighton came from behind twice to draw 2-2 against Liverpool at Anfield.
Jurgen Klopp made changes to the side that won away at Preston in midweek, with Mohamed Salah, Van Dijk, Jordan Henderson, Allison all reintroduced into the starting XI
Liverpool started the match brightly, with Jurgen Kloop’s side dominating possession, creating chances and causing all sorts of problems for Brighton’s defence
The first real chance fell to Trossard who raced into Liverpool’s box after a brillant through ball from midfield, before shooting, but he saw his effort saved by Allison.
Liverpool broke the deadlock with just 3 minutes after a brillant piece of play from Mohamed Salah who dribbled past a couple of defender before squaring the ball off to Jordan Henderson, who slotted past Robert Sanchez.
Brighton had the chance to equalise minutes later via Yves Bissouma whose effort came off Allison and the crossbar for a corner kick.
But, Liverpool doubled their advantage after a pin point cross from Alex Oxlade Chamberlain into the Brighton area, with a Sadio Mane guiding the ball past R.Sanchez to make it 2-0. Enock Mwepu got the Seagulls back in the game with an excellent lob over Allison to make it 2-1, with Solly March credited with the assist.
Liverpool got off to a fast in the second half, with Mohamed Salah smashing in the third, but was later reviewed by Var and ruled out for Offside. But the Seagulls got back on level terms with Ex-Liverpool Star, Adam Lallana carving open the Reds Defence with a through ball, which found it way to L.Trossard who smashed past Allison to make it 2-2.
Chelsea cruised yet to another 3-0 victory away at Newcastle,thanks to goals from Reece James(Brace) and a penalty from Jorginho.
Manchester City were beaten 2-0 by Crystal Palace, thanks to a goals from Wilfred Zaha, Connor Gallagher and a red card to Aymeric Laporte.
Current EPL Table After Liverpool, Chelsea and Manchester City all played.