Shrewsbury Town rallied for a shock 2-2 draw against Liverpool in the FA Cup fourth round on Sunday, forcing a replay of the match to determine which team will advance.

Jurgen Klopp fielded a heavily rotated starting XI for the runaway Premier League leaders, with Harvey Elliot, Divock Origi and new arrival Takumi Minamino starting upfront.

Liverpool had a 2-0 lead early in the second half, but substitute Jason Cummings scored a pair of goals late on to bring the League One side level and force a replay.

It was one of Liverpool's most promising youngsters that opened the scoring on the quarter-hour when Curtis Jones latched onto a through ball from Pedro Chirivella and calmly tucked it away past Shrewsbury keeper Max O'Leary.

Shrewsbury had a golden opportunity to equalize when Shaun Whalley broke in behind the Liverpool backline, but Adrian, deputizing for Alisson, made a fine kick save to preserve his team's 1-0 lead.

Despite conceding over 70 percent of the possession to the Premier League visitors, Shrewsbury fashioned several chances on the counter and defended well as Liverpool took a 1-0 lead into half-time.