Sixth win at home for Liverpool

Premier League: Liverpool 2-1 Brighton and Hove Albion

There was nothing for Brighton and Hove Albion from traveling to play against Liverpool. They were easily defeated 2-1. Brighton suffered their expected loss against Liverpool.

Brighton and Hove Albion took 593916, 594116, 638326, and 638366 off the pitch and replaced them with 593876, 594076, 621796, and 638536.

A double from Virgil van Dijk, scored in the 18th and 24th minutes, put Liverpool into a comfortable lead. Liverpool finished the first half ahead. The referee awarded Alisson a red card in the 76th minute, sending him off to an early shower. Lewis Dunk took a chance for Brighton in the 79th and shot, making the score 2-1.

So far this season, no one taking on Liverpool at home have managed to leave with a victory. Their undefeated streak this season, which has gained Liverpool 31 points in 11 games, continues: The side are ranked first in the league. Their opponents have one simple task: score against Liverpool. And, yet, this seems to be one of the most-difficult tasks in the league; since the start of the season, their opponents have collectively only been able to put 10 goals on the scoreboard. Liverpool can hold their heads up high, given that they have 10 wins, no defeats, and a draw. Liverpool have barely put a foot wrong in their last five games, racking up four victories and a draw.

Brighton and Hove Albion have only managed to bring home four points from their games on the road. Visiting team find themselves unable to get out of the table's lower half. They are currently ranked 12th. Brighton have racked up three wins, six losses, and three draws. At this stage, Brighton and Hove Albion must be taking a long, hard look at themselves after three matches without a win.

Liverpool will play at home against Everton on Wednesday. Brighton will visit Arsenal on Thursday.