Liverpool fell to their first Premier League defeat at Anfield since March 2021 on Saturday night as Leeds United moved out of the relegation zone with a thoroughly deserved 2-1 victory.
The opening exchanges of the contest were dominated by errors. Leeds escaped a glaring breakdown in communication between captain Liam Cooper and goalkeeper Illan Meslier moments before Liverpool proved less fortunate.
Joe Gomez played a blind pass towards Alisson. Just like his manager Jurgen Klopp ahead of kick-off, Liverpool's keeper lost his footing, watching on in agony as Rodrigo gleefully accepted the gift of an open goal.
Mohamed Salah only needed ten minutes to fire Liverpool level. Lining up in a narrow diamond formation, a lot of the creative burden fell upon Liverpool's full-backs. Andy Robertson collected Trent Alexander-Arnold's cross at the back post, arcing the ball over Fabinho but into Salah's stride.