Many fans and pay per head sportsbooks thought that West Brom were heading for defeat when Daniel Sturridge put ahead fourth-placed Liverpool after 24 minutes with a finish at close-range.
But price per head services then saw that the hosts made a good response and earned a point as Victor Anichebe capitalised on a badly placed pass from Kolo Toure to level in the middle of the second half.
The game’s result is keeping West Brom in the relegation mire – only one point above the drop zone, but the former Real Betis boss – who confirmed that Jonas Olsson will not be able to play in Saturday’s trip to Crystal Palace after limping off in the first half – praised the efforts made by his side, and pay per head sportsbooks saw a very good fightback.
“I’m very happy for the players and fans,” Mel said. “In the first half we didn’t press (Steven) Gerrard and (Jordan) Henderson enough and they caused us problems.
“We pressed much better in the second half and Anichebe’s goal came from (Matej) Vydra and (Zoltan) Gera pressing..
“Victor took his goal very well.”
Mel also highlighted the performance made by goalkeeper Ben Foster, after the England international pulled off a very nice save to prevent Luis Suarez from doubling the Reds’ lead before the leveller by Anichebe.
“Foster also did good work,” Mel added. “He is a very, very good goalkeeper.
And pay per head sportsbooks are also well aware of how talented the player is.
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“The last game (a 4-3 defeat to Aston Villa on Wednesday) was not good for us but the players are happier now.”
Pay per head sportsbooks saw a great display by West Brom, and can’t wait to see how they will continue to perform in future matches.