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Fans' walkout didn't cause Liverpool to waste lead - assistant Pepijn Lijnders

Liverpool's struggles continued as Jermain Defoe's late equaliser sealed a 2-2 draw for Sunderland.

Liverpool assistant coach Pepijn Lijnders denied his team were affected by a protest by supporters after they wasted a winning position and drew 2-2 with Sunderland at Anfield.

With Liverpool leading 2-0, fans carried out their threatened 77th-minute exit in protest at next season's ticket prices, and the visitors went on to score after 82 minutes through an Adam Johnson free kick and Jermain Defoe's finish in the 89th minute.

That ensured Sunderland left Anfield with a point that had seemed unlikely...

Jermain Defoe rescues Sunderland as Wahbi Khazri enjoys fine debut

ESPN FC's Paul Mariner says Liverpool fans' walkout protest proved costly as Sunderland claimed a surprise draw at Anfield.

With one slice of luck and another of sheer goalscoring quality, Sunderland snatched a 2-2 draw in a late recovery at Liverpool on Saturday to restore hopes of survival.

Sam Allardyce's side were 2-0 down and seemed well-beaten when Adam Johnson's low free kick from outside the penalty area crept under former Sunderland goalkeeper Simon Mignolet.

Then, Jermain Defoe once again showed his enduring class, turning exquisitely on to a neat pass from impressive new boy Wahbi Khazri to fire home the equaliser.

Sunderland's...

 By PA Sport

Newcastle head coach Steve McClaren relieved after 'enormous three points'

Steve McClaren indicates their win over West Brom was a must-win scenario.
Aleksandar Mitrovic scored in the 32nd minute to lift Newcastle United to a 1-0 win over visiting West Brom.

Beleaguered Newcastle head coach Steve McClaren saluted his patched-up team after seeing them climb out of the Premier League relegation zone with victory over West Brom.

Aleksandar Mitrovic's 32nd-minute strike settled a game the Magpies might have won much more comfortably, and the 1-0 win, coupled with Norwich's defeat at Aston Villa, eased them into 17th place in the table.

They remain just a point clear of the drop zone, but McClaren is confident Newcastle now have a foundation upon which to...