Graham Potter said Albion deserved their point against Liverpool.

But he said the penalty that gave them a 1-1 draw was not clear-cut.

Pascal Gross converted after Danny Welbeck was caught by Andy Robertson.

Albion boss Potter said: “It wasn’t the most stonewall penalty I’ve seen. Sometimes you get them sometimes, you don’t.

“It’s a beautiful part of football that we will always be debating referees’ decisions and linesmen’s decisions.

“You need the margins to go your way in the Premier League.

“I thought it clearly it went our way today but at the same time I thought our performance level was really good.

“I thought we deserved something from the game in terms of how we played.

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“I know we will keep pushing until the end. And where there is life there is hope.”

Potter was asked whether he had sympathy for Jurgen Klopp over the penalty award.

He replied: “It’s not nice when it doesn’t go your way. I’ve been on the receiving end myself when you’re scratching your head a little bit.”