Brighton 2-1 Liverpool LIVE! Mitoma Goal – FA Cup Match Stream, Latest Score Updates Today
Brighton are looking to beat Liverpool for the second time in as many weeks as they host the Reds in the FA Cup fourth round. A 3-0 blow at the hands of the Seagulls will give Jurgen Klopp pause before kick-off.
One of the main talking points around the match will be an uninvolved player as Moises Caicedo has been told to stay away from the club after publicly confirming his desire to leave, amid interest from Arsenal and Chelsea. Manager Roberto De Zerbi hopes to ease transfer talk with another big scalp today.
Liverpool, meanwhile, headed into the fourth round after a narrow replay win over Wolves in a fairly common disappointing display from the Reds this season. FA Cup holders will need to improve to stay in the competition. Follow the match LIVE below with our dedicated match blog.
97min: The incumbents are out!
92min: Mitoma won it as Brighton have an absolute stunner! He takes a throw-in to clear it away from the defender on the volley then fires home!
The incumbents collapse!
90min: Five more minutes.
89min: It will be OK to continue, fortunately. Fabinho is warned, could also have been a red.
86min: Break in play as Ferguson receives medical treatment after a very bad foul by Fabinho, connecting with the striker’s Achilles.
82min: Phew, did Konaté get away with one? May be. He holds off Mac Allister as the Brighton striker looks to get closer to the goal. The referee brushes off the protests, and it’s not even a free kick.
Probably fault and therefore red card!
80mins: Jones replaces Thiago.
78min: This second half didn’t quite live up to the promise of the first, mainly as Brighton appear to have settled for a draw.
71min: March must score, placed on a plate by Mitoma, but his shot hits Alisson then the rebounds come back on him and wide.
Not a keeper but he will be very frustrated not to have scored.
67min: The game got a little quiet in the last 10 minutes or so but Brighton don’t seem to mind as they have just made a defensive change with Gilmour replacing Welbeck.