Salomón Rondón strikes late as West Brom stun Liverpool with fightback

It was not exactly the script Jürgen Klopp had in mind ahead of a critical week for Liverpool as West Bromwich Albion, playing with the sort of spirit and conviction that was so badly missing prior to Darren Moore taking over as caretaker manager, scored twice in the last 11 minutes to salvage an unlikely point. Albion may well be going down – they are eight points adrift with three games remaining – but they are going down fighting.

Liverpool, who face Roma in the Champions League semi-finals on Tuesday, will rue the way that they allowed a game that was firmly within their grasp to slip through their fingers. Danny Ings, with his first goal since October 2015, put the visitors ahead and when Mohamed Salah scored his 31st Premier League goal of the campaign, equalling the record set by Alan Shearer, Cristiano Ronaldo and Luis Suárez, the outcome appeared to be a formality.

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