Brighton played well and could possibly have taken all three points against Jurgen Klopp's injury-hit team.
Neal Maupay missed a first half penalty for Albion and Aaron Connolly also missed a fine chance for Brighton.
Liverpool also had their moments and felt hard done by when VAR ruled out strikes by Mo Salah and Sadio Mane for a marginal offside.
Skipper Jordan Henderson improved Liverpool after the break but a late VAR penalty saw Brighton claim a point
Scroll down and click through to see who shone and who struggled for Graham Potter's men
1. Maty Ryan 6/10
Very little to do. One comfortable save from Minamino in the first half and had little chance with a well placed finish from Jota
2. Ben White 7/10
Enjoyed watching this lad play. Solid defensively and distribution is excellent. No wonder Liverpool were linked with him. So close to blocking Jota's goal
3. Lewis Dunk 6/10
Brighton skipper was as reliable as ever in the defence. Had his work cut out against the sharpness of Salah and Jota. Could do little to prevent the goal
4. Adam Webster 6/10
Played on the left side of a three man defence. He was up against Salah and for the most part did pretty well to contain the Egyptian. Distribution was better today