Everton 1-4 Liverpool Post-match analysis


Liverpool beat city rival Everton quite comfortably by 4-1 in an important Premier League clash at Goodison Park. 

The visitors started the game pretty impressively and took no time to open their accounts. Jordan Henderson scored the opener before providing the assist on the second for Mohamed Salah. At this stage of the game. Jurgen Klopp’s side displayed an excellent performance which made a few Evertonians leave the stadium before the 20 minutes mark. 

However, Rafael Benítez’s side scored one back before the interval which gave a lifeline for the hosts. But, in the end, the Reds scored two more goals in the second half thanks to Salah and Diogo Jota which gave a comfortable victory to Jurgen Klopp’s side. 

Following this victory, Liverpool is currently sitting third in the league table with 31 points from 14 games. In the other two games, both title contenders Chelsea and Manchester City won their games and are sitting first and second respectively with 33 and 32 points. 

Everton 1-4 Liverpool Post-match analysis 

On the other hand, after this defeat. The Toffees have suffered six defeats in the last eight games and have slipped down to 14th with 15 points in 14 games. Benítez’s side started the season quite promisingly, but given the recent performances, the Spanish boss might face the worst if the slump continues. 

After the game, speaking in the press conference Jurgen Klopp was delighted with his team’s performance. And said that it was the best display from his side at the Goodison Park since the German took charge at the Anfield stadium. Klopp said on the club’s website:

“It was, for sure, the best performance we’ve shown since I’m at Liverpool at Goodison. We had some good games here, but we were never as good as tonight. We were never as calm as tonight, we were never as convinced as tonight and that’s why we won the game and I am really happy about that.”

Everton boss Rafael Benitez said that the individual mistakes have the game on Wednesday. The Spaniard further said that after conceding two early goals, his response was good but it wasn’t enough to earn a positive result against Liverpool. He said on the club’s website:

“I think anyone who saw the game could see we made too many mistakes. When you make too many mistakes against a top side, you pay for that. After mistakes for their first two goals, the reaction of the team was very good. The fans were pushing us and when we scored, you could see the atmosphere was really good. But after another mistake, we conceded, and it changed the game. The third goal changed everything because mentally it is very difficult to react after another mistake.”

The upcoming fixtures for both teams:

Everton will welcome Arsenal in their next game in the Premier League on Monday night and Liverpool will travel to Molineux Stadium to encounter Wolverhampton Wanderers. 

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