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Liverpool vs Brighton Premier League LIVE Football Score 30 Oct 2021

Liverpool vs Brighton Premier League LIVE Football Score 30 Oct 2021


Start date: 30 Oct 2021 19:00
Location: Liverpool Venue: Anfield


The 2021–22 season is Liverpool Football Club’s 130th season in existence and the club’s 60th consecutive season in the top flight of English football. In addition to the Premier League, Liverpool are participating in this season’s editions of the FA Cup, the EFL Cup, and the UEFA Champions League.

The Seagulls had only two pre-season matches for the 2020–21 campaign due the late season start as the result of the previous season being delayed due to COVID-19.[2] Brighton played out two home draws, 1–1 against Chelsea with Pascal Groß scoring a 90th-minute equaliser from the spot – with 2,500 fans attending for a government trial for fans return to football – and a 0–0 with West Brom.[3][4]

Brighton’s opening game of the season was at home to Chelsea on Monday 14 September 2020. The game finished in a 3–1 defeat for The Seagulls. Ben White made his first league appearance for Brighton and Adam Lallana made his debut in this game. Brighton’s first win came in their second game, a 4–0 victory over Portsmouth in the EFL Cup on the 17 September where Alexis Mac Allister, Bernardo and Viktor Gyökeres all scored their first Albion goals.[The Seagulls first league victory came in their second Premier League match, a 3–0 away win over Newcastle on 20 September in a game where Yves Bissouma received his first red card for the club.[On 26 September, Bruno Fernandes scored a penalty for Manchester United after the final whistle

due to VAR giving handball on Neal Maupay right at the end. The converted penalty gave United the 3 points, winning 3–2.[ 4 days later Brigton again lost to United this time a 3–0 home loss in the EFL Cup missing out on a quarter final place.Brighton claimed their first ever Premier League points against the defending champions Liverpool in a 1–1 home draw on 28 November, where Pascal Groß scored a 93rd-minute penalty to equalise, their second penalty of the game following Neal Maupay failing to convert the first awarded in the 20th minute.[

The 2020–21 season was Brighton & Hove Albion’s 119th year in existence and their fourth consecutive season in the Premier League. Along with competing in the domestic league, the club also participated in the FA Cup and EFL Cup. The season covered the period from 27 July 2020 to 30 June 2021.



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