West Brom Stun Liverpool in FA Cup

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When you start how we did you can not play your best football game.

Liverpool were knocked out of the FA Cup fourth round for the third season running after succumbing to a 3-2 defeat to West Brom in what was a insane game at Anfield.

Roberto Firmino opened the scoring after just six minutes, when he chipped the ball over Ben Foster.

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Jay Rodriguez equalised two minutes later with a thumping strike that found the top corner from the centre of the box following a through ball from Chris Brunt, 1-1.

Rodriguez's second goal was surely an even tougher pill to swallow for the Reds - even if less spectacular than the first.

West Brom looked as if they had doubled their lead in the 19th minute, when Craig Dawson beat Simon Mignolet with a header. VAR was consulted though before being eventually given.

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Liverpool were then given the chance to equalise from the spot when referee Craig Pawson penalised Jake Livermore for a tug on Salah's shirt after reviewing the footage, but Firmino crashed his effort off the crossbar. We had to show character in the second half.

Klopp's men had plenty of the ball in the second period and Salah gave them some hope 12 minutes from time, but West Brom held on for a first win in 10 against the Merseysiders and a place in round five.

Matip's own-goal was confirmed, to make it 3-1, following a delay of nearly two minutes, with the question having been over whether there had been an offside.

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However, Liverpool were unable to complete the comeback and slumped to yet another loss against opponents who most would have expected them to see off.

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