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Brighton transfer news: Albion talent ‘wants to stay’ at loan club, Arsenal plot to ‘hijack’ Aston Villa deal

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Sanchez slammed into Diaz in the first half as the Liverpool striker netted the opening goal in the 19th minute.

Diaz beat Sanchez’s late slot for the ball and the Albion keeper was totally out of control and slammed into the Reds man as he followed.

The medics were immediately hailed by referee Mike Dean but a subsequent VAR review left the goalkeeper controversial on the pitch.

Albion head coach Graham Potter said: “The quality of running and passing beat him. I didn’t see him again, I think it was an accident.

“It’s not a happy side when you lose, but we just have to focus on the next game. The Premier League can be tough. Recency of results is the goal you’re looking at. Rightly so, but we have to do better.

“We have to get to the points tally we want, and the only way to get there is to focus on the next game.”

On Diaz, Klopp added: “He’s top class. He arrived and did a fantastic job. With the ball the quality he has, without it his work rate, it was another great performance. on his part.

On a potential red card for Robert Sanchez, the Anfield manager said: “I don’t know. He’s obviously late, but Luis has done so well to get there first. It was an important goal at the time; a great performance from him and the team.

Liverpool added their second from the penalty spot in the 60th minute.

Dean pointed the spot after Naby Keita’s half-volley hit Bissouma in the arm.

Mohamed Salah came forward to take the penalty and fired it past Sanchez and into the back of the net.

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