LIVERPOOL 2-0 EVERTON | Premier League highlights

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It wasn’t to be Everton’s night as they fell to defeat in Monday’s Merseyside derby at Anfield.

For the 242nd meeting between the two sides, Sean Dyche made one change from the team that started the 1-0 victory at home to Arsenal nine days earlier, with Ellis Simms making his first Premier League start since returning from his loan spell at Sunderland last month.

Despite a solid start from the Blues, a huge piece of fortune put the home side ahead in the first half as a James Tarkowski header hit the post before bouncing fortuitously to help spring a dangerous counter-attack for the home team that led to Mohamed Salah’s opening strike.

Liverpool doubled the lead after half-tine through Cody Gakpo’s low finish to seal all three points for Jurgen Klopp’s side.

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20 thoughts on “LIVERPOOL 2-0 EVERTON | Premier League highlights

  1. No depth on the bench whatsoever. There is just nobody who can come on the pitch and offer an alternative if things aren't working. Sean Dyche is going to really have to squeeze all he can from a bad bunch

  2. Demoralising first goal. Not much spirit after that. Davies was school boy miss, head it down. 3 points from arsenal / Liverpool games, I’d take that any season. Heads up toffees

  3. I think if that Tarkowski header goes in, Liverpool would of been completely shut out for the rest of the game!
    The goal on the counter knocked the stuffing out of us quite frankly!

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