Brighton & Hove Albion before their fixture against Liverpool had not won a game at Anfield since 1982 and had a tall order to climb after securing some points to climb above the relegation zone.
Graham Potter and his men went into the game with a simple plan of staying behind to soak all the pressure form Liverpool the catch them on the counter through Neal Maupay whose pace could be troubling to Jordan Henderson and Philips in the heart of the Liverpool defense.
Liverpool on the night possessed majority of the ball, dictating the pace of the game but failed to create enough goal scoring opportunities.
Brighton & Hove Albion surprisingly made the more efforts at goal with the little possession they had and knocked at the Liverpool goal three times more than Liverpool.
In the 56th minutes, Brighton pounced on a loose ball inside the Liverpool goal area as Steven Alzate smashed the ball past Caoimhin Kelleher to give Brighton the only goal of the game.
Jurgen Klopp after winning the English Premier league trophy for Liverpool after 30 years has also seen him side given away records the team has kept for decades.