A late header by Semi Ajayi earned struggling West Bromwich Albion a surprise 1-1 Premier League draw at Liverpool on Sunday as the defender cancelled out Sadio Mane’s early opener.
The result left Liverpool on 32 points from 15 games, three ahead of second-placed Everton. West Bromwich stayed 19th on eight points but its spirited fightback will have given new boss Sam Allardyce plenty to cheer about.
It also snapped Liverpool’s seven-game winning streak at home as Allardyce, beaten 3-0 by Aston Villa on his debut last Sunday, reinvigorated West Brom’s hopes of avoiding relegation from the top flight.
Liverpool left back Andy Robertson acknowledged Liverpool did not deserve to win after a poor second-half performance.
“When you go slack you get what you deserve,” he told Sky Sports. “When you come…