Liverpool yet again conceded a late goal to let Watford equalise in the 93rd minute on Saturday at the Vicarage Road.
Miguel Britos scored a dramatic 93rd-minute equaliser for Watford to prevent Liverpool from taking two points.
The Reds were without Barcelona target Philippe Coutinho due to a back injury. They fell behind to Stefano Okaka’s header in the 8th minute, a BBC report said.
Sadio Mane equalised with a clinical finish only for Abdoulaye Doucoure to restore the lead from close range three minutes later.
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Roberto Firmino’s penalty made it 2-2 before Mohamed Salah thought he had won it only for Britos to equalise.
Liverpool wasted a string of chances courtesy the Watford keeper’s heroics.
Watford keeper Heurelho Gomes, who conceded the penalty after hauling down Salah, denied Alberto Moreno with a fingertip save.
Joel Matip also hit the bar and Dejan Lovren forced another good save from Gomes as the Reds dominated the closing stages until Watford’s late leveller.
Earlier on Friday, Arsenal beat Leicester 4-3 to open their Premier League campaign with a win.