Liverpool 3-3 Brighton | Trossard hat-trick – Premier League match latest updates

The Premier League returns to Anfield this afternoon, with Liverpool playing their first top-flight match in nearly a month. After a thrilling goalless derby draw with Merseyside rivals Everton 28 days ago, the Reds’ matches against Wolves and Chelsea were postponed due to the death of Queen Elizabeth II.

After an international break, Liverpool’s only other September competition was the Champions League, where they finally got lift off against Ajax after being thrashed in Naples. Jurgen Klopp’s men must now improve at home after a slow start to the season, despite the fact that Luis Diaz, Darwin Nunez, and Diogo Jota are all on the bench.

A draw keeps Liverpool in ninth position, while Brighton stays in fourth. Klopp’s team will play Rangers in the Champions League throughout the week before flying to Arsenal for their next league encounter. Brighton’s next Premier League game is against third-placed Tottenham.

The game began at a breakneck speed that favored Brighton, who took the lead after only four minutes. Gross and Welbeck collaborated in the box before Trossard misjudged Alexander-Arnold and fired into the bottom right corner. 14 minutes later, Trossard scored again to increase Brighton’s advantage. Caicedo gained possession as Alexander-Arnold mishandled the ball in his own half.

The midfielder fed Gross on the outside of the area, who subsequently played Trossard in behind for his second goal. Alisson made two fantastic stops to prevent Brighton from running away with the game before Firmino equalized for Liverpool after Salah’s weak touch. Firmino then scored his second goal of the game in the 54th minute, slicing the ball past Dunk and putting it into the corner as Sanchez stood by.

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When Alexander-corner Arnold’s was pushed into Webster by his own goalkeeper, Liverpool took the lead. Brighton would not give up, as Trossard completed his hat-trick by swinging his left foot at the ball after a superb cross from Mitoma to tie the game at 3-3.

Brighton did not give up as Trossard secured his hat-trick as he swung his left foot at the ball following a good cross from Mitoma to make it 3-3 in the 83rd minute.

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