West Brom kept their faint Premier League survival hopes alive with a late comeback to claim a point against Liverpool.
Danny Ings gave the visitors a fourth-minute lead for his first goal since October 2015 after latching onto a loose ball in the box and firing low beyond Ben Foster.
The Baggies put up a spirited response but were undone midway through the second-half when Mohamed Salah chipped beyond the goalkeeper after racing onto Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain’s through ball.
The hosts were given a lifeline when Jake Livermore scrambled home from close range after Loris Karius had saved from Craig Dawson’s initial shot before Salomon Rondon equalized, heading home Chris Brunt’s free-kick.
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