The pundit simply couldn’t believe what the £8m Liverpool player did against Brighton today

Liverpool defender Andy Robertson will not want to dwell on his role in Brighton & Hove Albion’s late equalizer today.

While covering the match for Premier League Productions, Don Hutchison couldn’t believe what he saw from the Scotland international late in the match at the Amex.

It was an exciting match on the south coast between two teams who looked more towards the table than their shoulders.
However, the goals all came from unforced errors, which neither team wants to think about for too long.

Virgil van Dijk and Alexis Mac Allister were not on the same page in the first half as Simon Adingra took advantage of a loose pass and expertly beat Alisson Becker.

Five disastrous minutes before half-time gave Liverpool a chance to get back into the game with Mohamed Salah scoring a quick brace.

Substitute Ryan Gravenberch should have stopped the game after the break but he hit the woodwork as the goal hung open.
Lewis Dunk made Liverpool pay, equalizing for Brighton after poor defensive work from Andy Robertson.

The £8 million full-back will not be happy with the way he handled Solly March’s free-kick.
Robertson makes a crucial error as Liverpool draw against Brighton

When the ball hit the back of the net after Dunk’s shot, Hutchison said: “It’s terrible to defend against Andy Robertson, he’s the attacking player. “You can’t avoid it, you have to put something into it.

“Great ball from Solly March and as soon as Robertson releases it, Lewis Dunk just has to make contact from that distance.”

Liverpool didn’t have many strengths today, although Alisson still made some fantastic saves despite two setbacks.

Mohamed Salah scored once again in front of goal, but it wasn’t enough to earn three precious points.

Andy Robertson may not have been at his best this season, with a slight change in tactics this season making his role slightly less important.

Even with Trent Alexander-Arnold moving to midfield, the emphasis is still more on attacking the right flank than the left. Today Brighton managed to benefit from a temporary loss of concentration from Liverpool star Robertson.

She hopes to be back to her best self when she returns from international duty in a few weeks.

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