Brighton & Hove Albion came from behind to beat Liverpool 2-1 and progress to the fifth round of the FA Cup, denying the holders a second victory in six matches.
An evenly-matched first half got off to a lively start, with a sprawling Lewis Dunk clearing Mohamed Salah’s shot off the line within five minutes.
Jason Steele got a hand to Elliot’s effort, yet couldn’t stop the ball from trickling into the far corner.
However, that lead lasted less than 10 minutes, as a partially-cleared corner fell to Tariq Lamptey, who tried his luck from range, seeing his effort deflect off Dunk to wrong-foot Alisson.
Having just come on, James Milner produced a perfectly-measured ball to set Salah in behind, but Steele remained composed to put a stop to the attack.
Armed with fresh impetus, the Reds pushed to retake the lead, but instead required Alisson’s quick reactions to remain level, as the Brazilian denied March from close range.
Roberto De Zerbi’s side marked their cup progression with their first-ever consecutive pair of wins over Liverpool, while the Reds exit the FA Cup at this stage for a fifth time in seven years.