It was an eventful six goal thriller as Liverpool on Saturday battled out a 3-3 draw against Watford.

Sadio Mane's 29th-minute effort cancelled out Stefano Okaka's eighth-minute header, only for Abdoulaye Doucoure to immediately restore the home side's lead.

Liverpool were back level in the 55th minute through Roberto Firmino's penalty and new signing Mohamed Salah put them ahead in the 57th minute.

Miguel Britos gave the home fans at Vicarage Road something to cheer when he scored via stoppage-time strike to cap a rollercoaster encounter.

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp was frustrated with the ref’s calls.

"We were unlucky in the end. The equaliser was offside. It's obvious because the linesman is on the line. He needs to see it," Klopp said.

"I cannot change it. We would have had defensive areas we need to work on even if we'd won 3-2, but we were the better team. We should have won."

As well as complaining about the officiating, Klopp was also frustrated by Liverpool's failure to finish off Watford.

"The first half I wasn't too happy with. We passed but couldn't see what we actually wanted. The second half was a lot better," Klopp said.

"We forgot to close the game. We defended a little deep. We have to push up."

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