Brighton Vs. Liverpool result, highlights, and analysis after a late Mitoma goal knocks Liverpool’s defenders out 

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A late goal by Kaoru Mitoma pushed Brighton to the 5th round in the FA Cup at the expense of the holders Liverpool.

The teams appeared to be all set to play an Anfield replay in the closing minutes of the game which had seen an early Harvey Elliott opener quickly canceled out by Lewis Dunk.

Mitoma, however, produced an impressive finish at end of the game to secure another Seagulls victory over Jurgen Klopp’s team after just 2 weeks.

It also could have ended any expectations of the Reds winning any award this year, just as a matter of months after coming close to winning a quadruple.

Brighton vs. Liverpool result
















LIV — Elliott — 30th min

BRI — Dunk — 39th min

BRI — Mitoma — 92nd min

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Reds tend to cling to positives
When the game was entering the 90th minute of game It appeared as if Liverpool were on track for another impressive win, with positive effects on their confidence as they continue to attempt to turn their season around.
But, while the loss of the late win could alter the views, Klopp has little choice other than to focus on the positives that came from a humbling loss.
The biggest benefit was the massive increase in the Reds’ defense structure in comparison to a 3-0 loss (and the score could’ve been even more) in this venue just two weeks earlier.
If Liverpool is able to continue this way, they’ll start winning games more often going forward although it is likely to be a significant factor in these incredibly disappointing seasons.
Bajcetic is a good example of how to be successful
One of the main reasons for the Red’s recent improvements especially in the middle of the stadium has been the rise of the teen Stefan Bajcetic as a genuine alternative.
The Spaniard was once more impressive, bursting into difficult situations and using the ball in a smart way in tight areas to stop Brighton’s press. Brighton Press.
The significance of his performance was most evident in the poor performance of off-the-field Fabinho in the final minutes of an appearance that should have had the player dismissed.
Bajcetic is Klopp’s preferred choice No.6 because of one reason: he’s an excellent choice over any advanced teammates.
Brighton’s dream season isn’t over yet.
While the majority of the attention will be focused on Liverpool losing hope of winning another trophy evaporate it’s only right to pay Brighton their due.
This match proved that their victory against Reds Reds last time was not a fluke regardless of the fact that they did not think it nearly as simple to cut through their opponents in the latest match.
Many people would have been worried about the Seagulls following their loss to Graham Potter to Chelsea, however, it appears that they have actually been able to improve with the help of Roberto Di Zerbi.
There’s no team in England who would be content to play them at the end of next week’s round.
Brighton Vs. Liverpool as it happened highlights
FULLTIME: All is over in the Amex and Brighton advanced to the 5th round in the FA Cup at the holders at the expense of Brighton thanks to that late drama.
90th min (+2): GOAL! Mitoma has won it for Brighton !!!!!!
The hosts send a free kick toward the other side of the field at which point Estupinan turns it around to Mitoma. It’s awe-inspiring feet away from to the Japanese for them to cut inside using a bouncing ball and then smack it over the top of the net.
VAR investigates an offside possibility for Estupinan but he’s on and the goal remains.

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90th minute: Five minutes to be added on – can one team win?
88th minute: No further action is to be taken by David Coote so a yellow card remains in place However, Ferguson is in discomfort as he shuffles off and is replaced with Undav.
86th minute: Minutes after replacing Bajcetic, Fabinho catches Ferguson with an incredibly grimy rake of the studs during a poor attempt to get the ball. He could have a problem if VAR takes the time to take a look at the play.
83rd minute: Alexis Mac Allister is down and being treated after receiving an unfathomable push at Ibrahima Konate.
According to the judge who was required to dismiss that Frenchman out as the final person there.
80th minute: A clearance falls to Ferguson to fire a powerful shot at goal from a distance however, it’s a superb block by Konate to stop him.
79th minute: Thiago Alcantara makes way for Curtis Jones as Liverpool makes their fourth substitution.
77th minute: Alisson charges out to serve as a sweeper and keeper when the ball has made its way through the middle. There is plenty of time for an enormous push to win the winner on either side in this.
71st minute: Huge chance for Brighton!
Mitoma makes a beautiful low cross from the left side by using his outside foot. March appears to sidefoot in however Alisson can be seen quickly getting out and blocking the shot.
67th minute: Danny Welbeck will be replaced by Brighton in the meantime De Zerbi looks to change things around. With Billy Gilmour his replacement.
63rd minute: Dunk now follows Konate into the book to get a shirt to pull on Gakpo after amazing footwork and acceleration by the Dutchman.
62nd minute: Konate comes in very late to Ferguson in his attempt to regain possession. That is a well-deserved penalty.
59th minute: Three changes for Liverpool as we get closer to the hour mark. James Milner, Jordan Henderson, and Darwin Nunez replacing Trent Alexander-Arnold, Naby Keita, and Harvey Elliott.
55th minute: Mitoma leaves Alexander-Arnold for dead, and then pulls back an unlucky ball that goes to March, but the shot isn’t able to stay down and it ends up flying across the bars.
51st minute: Brighton wins a free-kick approximately 25 yards from the Liverpool goal and Dunk utilizes it to take an opportunity to score. The ball is swung nicely but misses the goal.
46th minute: Back underway at the Amex with Brighton having switched Webster for Veltman during the break.
Halftime: An entertaining 45-minute football game come to an end.
43rd minute: Gakpo leaves his man for dead in midfield. He loses Elliott into the back, but his second step shows enough of it to Lamptey and he completes an excellent recovery.
39th min: GOAL! Brighton get it back up!
Liverpool takes advantage of a corner by Alexander-Arnold. However, it’s only up to Lamptey who takes the ball with a powerful, low strike to the goal that makes a smart scratch-off of Dunk to fool Alisson and score in the goalkeeper’s net.

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37th minute: Brighton tries to get away down the left-hand side, but Bajcetic is waiting to tidy up, just as he has done at various times this day.
The teenager definitely seems to have many things going on with him.
30th min: GOAL! Liverpool gain the lead thanks to Harvey Elliott!
The Reds youngster is the final act of the breakaway quickly, which was initiated by Keita who produced a right-footed shot after latching onto a heavy Salah ball at the back.
A quick VAR test to determine if there is the presence of a Keita handball is followed, however, the goal will remain.
25th minute: Elliott slides a perfect ball behind Salah to score on goal, however, an uncharacteristically scratched goal is followed by a scuffed one.
A huge chance, and one you’d expect to see a Liverpool man accept.
22nd minute: Mitoma slaloms in off the left side and exchanges move with Ferguson before he takes a shot with the left foot, but it’s redirected off Konate and is easily picked up by Alisson.
17th minute: Bajcetic sees the first yellow card of the game for a late challenge aimed to delay a second Brighton break.
The Spaniard does not look content, but he does be content with his performance.
15th minute: Now Liverpool clears one off the line!
March scurries down the right and sends the ball to Ferguson However, his low attempt is blocked by Alexander-Arnold.
12th minute: Mitoma almost gets in behind the Liverpool defense but is met stride-for-stride by Konate who holds the ball to help players keep it.
5th minute: Off the line! Liverpool get past Naby Keita. He flies the ball towards Salah just within the box to the right.
The Egyptian is able to get an unusual shot off on the second asking however Lewis Dunk is on the line to swoop it away.
1st minute: And we’re off!
20 minutes: before the start of the game: Jurgen Klopp revealed that Jordan Henderson and Darwin Nunez were both named to the bench today as the result of injuries to their knees.
50 minutes: from the time of start: It’ll be fascinating to observe how Brighton’s midfield operates without Caicedo this afternoon, especially as they’ll need to adjust to the reality should either Chelsea or Arsenal decide to make a move prior to the time that the end of January’s transfer window.
1 hour before the start: The team news is out!
Brighton: Steele, Lamptey, Dunk, Webster, Estupinan, March, Gross, Mac Allister, Mitoma, Ferguson, Welbeck.
Liverpool: Alisson, Alexander-Arnold, Konate, Gomez, Robertson, Bajcetic, Thiago, Keita, Elliott, Salah, Gakpo.
1.5 hours from the start of the match: The scene is set however, will it be a more enjoyable journey towards the South Coast to Liverpool this time?

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2 hours before kickoff time: Hello and we’d like to welcome you to The Sporting News’ live coverage of Brighton against. Liverpool is in the fourth round of the FA Cup. If the holders wish to keep their fight for the trophy They will be required to perform far higher than losing 3-0 at Amex Stadium. Amex Stadium just two weeks ago. Stay tuned to watch live broadcasts.
Brighton Liverpool Liverpool lineups
De Zerbi has opted to shift his squad for the cup match, including Tariq Lamptey and teen superstar Evan Ferguson coming to start.
Important Defender Levi Colwill is out because of injury, while Moises Caicedois also isn’t available due to speculation about his signing at Chelsea as well as Arsenal.
Brighton starting XI (4-4-2): Steele (GK) — Lamptey, Webster, Dunk, Estupinan — March, MacAllister, Gross, Mitoma — Ferguson, Welbeck
In the case of Liverpool, Darwin Nunez remains on the bench, despite his recent recovery from injury. Harvey Eliott had his spot in the first three due to.
And Klopp has been consistent at midfield with in-form pair Jordan Henderson and Fabinhomissing out to be included on the first XI.
Liverpool beginning XI (4-3-3): Alisson (GK) -Alexander-Arnold Matip, Konate, Robertson — Keita, Thiago, Bajcetic — Salah, Gakpo, Elliott
Subs: Kelleher, Fabinho, Milner, Henderson, Oxlade-Chamberlain, Jones, Tsimikas, Nunez, Matip

What time will Brighton be against? Liverpool kick-off?
The FA Cup fourth-round match will start at Amex Stadium. Amex Stadium on Sunday, the 29th of January at 12:30 p.m. in local time.
Here’s how this time is interpreted across the main regions:
USA Sun, Jan. 29 08:30 ET
Canada Sun, Jan. 29 08:30 ET
UK Sun, Jan. 29 13:30 GMT
Australia Mon, Jan. 30 00:30 AEDT
India Sun, Jan. 29 19:00 IST
Hong Kong Sun, Jan. 29 21:30 HKT
Malaysia Sun, Jan. 29 21:30 MYT
Singapore Sun, Jan. 29 21:30 SGT
New Zealand Mon, Jan. 30 02:30 NZDT



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