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Scott Dann scored a dramatic 82nd minute goal for Crystal Palace as Alan Pardew's side won at Anfield for a second consecutive season, Sunday's 2-1 victory inflicting the first defeat of Jurgen Klopp's Liverpool reign.

Liverpool, previously unbeaten in six games -- three successive draws followed by three straight wins -- under German manager Klopp, started nervously, with Palace dominating possession, and fell behind after 20 minutes to the game's first real opening.

It came from Wilfried Zaha's low right-wing cross, which should have been cleared by Emre Can who, instead, steered the ball straight to Bolasie 12 yards out.

The Reds equalised three minutes before the break when Lallana and Ibe linked neatly outside the area to send full-back Nathaniel Clyne towards the by-line.

After Lallana had back-heeled his cross into the path of Coutinho, the Brazilian buried an unstoppable shot past the diving Hennessey.

After a frenetic second half with several chances for both sides, Scott Dann broke the deadlock in the 82nd minute to hand Crystal Palace an impressive win to propel them to eighth on the table.

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