The Baggies forward missed a golden chance that could have won the game for the Midlands outfit on Sunday afternoon.
The 26-year-old fluffed his lines and another goalless game for the forward seems to have gotten West Brom fans talking on Twitter.
Indeed, there is a debate being held among supporters right now about whether Rondon is a quality striker starved of service... or the new Brown Ideye.
Under Tony Pulis, it's true that the number of chances at Rondon's disposal are few and far between, with most of them coming either in the air or from set-pieces. With the game at West Brom's behest, however, their record signing should arguably be putting his chances away to seal victory...
There are supporters in both camps - and the one certainty after the Liverpool game is that West Brom are discussing Rondon at the very least. Here's how West Brom fans reacted on Twitter after their 2-2 draw with the Reds. There was plenty of mixed opinion about their club-record signing...
Not being harsh on him but Rondon is this seasons Ideye hardworking, puts in a shift , runs for fun but cant score goals #wba— Dan (@danwbaayit) December 13, 2015
Still gutted by that!! I'm certainly Pro Rondon, but think he's gotta do better with that chance!! Another hard earned point #wba— Tom Parkes (@parksy007) December 13, 2015
Give rondon more than one chance a game and maybe he would score.. dont know why people slating him. assisted our first goal #wba— jord (@jord9wba) December 13, 2015
Two games running that Rondon has missed really good chances to win us games. Time for Berahino or Lambert? #wba— Albion Till We Die (@albiontillwedie) December 13, 2015