Our panel of Albion fans gave their thoughts on key issues after the 1-1 draw with Liverpool.

Do you agree with them?

1. What were your thoughts on Albion’s performance?

Colin Beales: First half we mostly dominated the champions, giving them lots of trouble at the back. Yet again our inability to score chances cost us dear as they regrouped in the second half with Henderson pulling the strings. After they scored we again put on a lot of pressure and got the break we deserved from VAR finding a clear and obvious error of contact on Wellbeck that the referee had failed to spot in real time.

James Heasman: I thought Brighton were excellent, and Liverpool were lucky to get a point. The Connolly and Maupay misses were unfortunate and we have to be more clinical. We looked particularly strong in both midfield and defence.

Alan Brownings: A very good overall performance but we’re guilty of not taking our chances and I reckon that’s two from five penalties for Maupay now. Despite that I expected nothing and would definitely have taken the point and performance at the start.

Tim Ayling: It was very typical Brighton. Passed it well, defended well, created chances, missed them. It feels like a missed opportunity but can’t really complain with a point against the champions.

2. Who was your pick of the Albion players?

Colin Beales: Solly was again solid, but I’m going to have to say Bissouma. Quietly goes about his work making his name the first on the team sheet right now.

James Heasman: I felt there were a number of exceptional performances; the three centre-backs, Gross, Veltman, March, but my man of the match was Yves Bissouma, who was outstanding throughout.

Alan Brownings: I think I’m going to give it to Connolly, despite a dreadful miss. He won the first penalty and his movement was really sharp, beating the Liverpool back line on several occasions.

Tim Ayling: Bissouma, March and White were my pick. Not an unusual choice this season! I wonder if White will be in red for the opposing fixture.

3. Your thoughts on the attacking line-up sent out by Graham Potter?

Colin Beales: Potter set us up well for the game. Pace to get about them at the back was required and Connolly constantly stretched them and should have made them pay. Once again good tactics let down by some poor finishing.

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James Heasman: It is clear that Liverpool are struggling defensively and I felt he got it spot on. Connolly and Welbeck gave all of their defenders an uncomfortable afternoon with their chasing and movement.

Alan Brownings: I like it and I think it works well. Bt we need to start taking our chances. Our goals-to-shots ratio must be appalling, we need to start converting at a more regular rate.

Tim Ayling: Brave, but it worked. We really saw the problems amplified though. Connolly is great off the ball but doesn’t look like scoring and Maupay has completely lost his confidence. You can be very attacking but, if the strikers aren’t putting the chances away, then it’s wasted effort.