Crysencio Summerville scored a 90th-minute winner for Leeds United to give the Yorkshire-based outfit a 2-1 win over Liverpool at Anfield.
Mohamed Salah had already had a shot cleared off the line by that point, and he capped off a period of Liverpool resilience by equalising around the quarter-hour mark, firing home from close range from Andrew Robertson’s chipped pass to the back post.
Liverpool, in contrast, were unable to truly test Illan Meslier, with Salah’s curled effort from outside the area that was easily stopped by the Frenchman their best opportunity.
The second half was riddled with sloppy play from both sides, which will have infuriated the two managers on the sidelines, both of whom needed all three points.
From 25 yards, the Uruguayan once again tried his luck, only to be denied again by the Leeds goalkeeper, and Meslier was also on hand to stop Roberto Firmino’s albeit scuffed volley.
Virgil van Dijk, who had previously not lost a home PL game for the Reds in 79 outings, and his defensive teammates were unable to clear, allowing Summerville to poke beyond Alisson and into the corner.