Liverpool vs Everton

Liverpool vs Everton

Liverpool vs Everton: when was last

time Everton beat Liverpool

That was ten years prior when Everton beat Liverpool in their own ground, Goodison Park. 

The last time Everton beat Liverpool in the Premier League was in October 2010 at Goodison Park, they dominated the match 2-0.They have played each other multiple times since 2010 however Everton have never beaten Liverpool.

The Merseyside derby refers to football matches between Everton and Liverpool, the two ..Liverpool’s 23 games undefeated against Everton is also the longest unbeaten run against an opponent in club history

Last Week

A dramatization filled Merseyside Derby comes closes with 10-man Everton clutching a 2-2 draw against Liverpool. 

Richarlison shipped off. Jordan Henderson discovered the champ just to be denied by VAR. The choice will just start a seething discussion via online media once more. 

Need a second here to process all that unfurled over the most recent 10 minutes!!! 


Mohamed Salah

Mohamed Salah scored his 100th objective for Liverpool in the Merseyside derby against Everton at Goodison Park. 

Salah, who struck in the 72nd moment, is the third-quickest part in history to arrive at that absolute for Liverpool in the wake of overseeing it in 160 appearances.

Liverpool, who were returning off of a stunning 7-2 annihilation to Aston Villa before the global break, took a third-minute lead through Sadio Mane. 

Yet, after Virgil van Dijk left harmed after an impact with Jordan Pickford, Everton got back on level footing through Michael Keane in the nineteenth moment.

Salah got the guests back in front in the last quarter of the match when he jumped on Yerry Mina’s freedom and terminated past Pickford. 

Be that as it may, Everton, decided not to lose their unbeaten record, got back on level footing when James Rodriguez sent Lucas Digne down the left and his consummately drifted cross was going home by the jumping Dominic Calvert-Lewin. 

Richarlison was shipped off in the 90th moment after a wild test on Thiago Alcantara. 

Liverpool thought they had dominated the match in stoppage time through Jordan Henderson yet VAR decided that Mane had been barely offside and the objective was chalked off.

5 Dec 2019

Match rundown 

Sadio Mane and Divock Origi propelled Liverpool as they kept up their important lead at the head of the Premier League with a 5-2 Merseyside derby triumph at home against Everton. 

A guard parting pass by Sadio Mane permitted Origi to make it 1-0 on six minutes. 

Xherdan Shaqiri then profited by more tasteful Mane administration on 17 minutes to make it two, preceding Michael Keane pulled an objective back for Everton four minutes after the fact. 

Origi locked on to a grand long ball by Dejan Lovren before completing serenely on 31 minutes. 

Furthermore, Mane made it 4-1 on 45 minutes, before Richarlison’s strike adjusted an amazing first half in stoppage time. 

Georginio Wijnaldum opened in from substitute Roberto Firmino’s reduction late on to seal Jurgen Klopp’s 100th Premier League win as chief. 

Liverpool remain top, presently with 43 focuses, while Everton drop to eighteenth on 14 focuses.

Dec 2018

Divock Origi hit on score a sensational late champ for Liverpool over Everton. 

An even Merseyside derby had been going towards a goalless draw when, in the 6th moment of stoppage time, Virgil van Dijk’s skied shot was parried by Jordan Pickford on to the bar and succumbed to Origi to score on his presentation this season. 

In an exciting first half, Everton had undermined first at Anfield, Yerry Mina heading wide from seven yards. 

Alisson spared Andre Gomes’ header from point-clear reach, before Joe Gomez cleaned the bounce back up the line. At the opposite end, Pickford denied Xherdan Shaqiri when through on objective. 

Liverpool mounted the weight in the second half as Salah and afterward Mane each shot wide. 

Soon after shooting against the bar from short proximity, Origi didn’t commit an error with his additional opportunity. 

The success keeps Liverpool second, two focuses behind Manchester City, while Everton remain 6th on 22 focuses.

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