Premier League result, final score and Merseyside derby reaction – .

Premier League result, final score and Merseyside derby reaction – .

‘I would choose both’ – Salah on choosing to win Premier League and UCL

Liverpool claimed a full victory in the Merseyside derby against Everton on Wednesday night, scoring an impressive four goals against the Toffees at Goodison Park as Rafael Benitez suffered a difficult night against his former club.

Jordan Henderson started the scoring with a firm first time from the edge of the zone in the opening 10 minutes, before producing a stellar performance. Mohamed Salah doubled the visitors’ lead at the end of a thrilling counterattack, but Demarai Gray would pull one off for Everton later in the first half, scoring a calm end under Alisson.

Salah sealed his brace after the break, however, jumping on a terrible mistake from Seamus Coleman to get past goal and pass a low shot past Jordan Pickford – who despite the final score impressed with many top saves throughout the game. long game. Diogo Jota would complete the scoring as the final 10 minutes approach, transforming his man with an inventive first touch before slamming a high finish into Everton’s net. The result kept Liverpool, third behind Jurgen Klopp, one point behind second Manchester City and two points behind Premier League leaders Chelsea – City and the Blues also won on Wednesday night.

Follow all of the post-match reactions below:


Liverpool riot in Merseyside derby during night of torture for Everton and Rafael Benitez

The nightmarish scenario happened for the home fans and it was much hotter than they could ever have imagined. There were 21 minutes on the clock when Rafael Benitez blackmailed his name at Goodison Park as Everton manager for the first time, but the 2,902 votes belonged to Liverpool’s jubilant section.
Michael JonesDecember 1, 2021 10:30 PM

Everton 1 – 4 Liverpool

Liverpool captain Jordan Henderson is the first Liverpool player to score and assist at Goodison Park in the same Premier League game since Steven Gerrard in December 2005.
(Getty Images)
Michael JonesDecember 1, 2021 10:28 PM

Everton players score against Liverpool as Mohamed Salah plays in Reds’ Merseyside derby win

Liverpool emerged victorious from the Merseyside derby at Goodison Park on Wednesday night, with Mohamed Salah starring as the Reds beat rivals Everton with relative ease.
Here’s how each player fared:
Michael JonesDecember 1, 2021 10:24 PM

Everton 1 – 4 Liverpool

Mo Salah is the first Liverpool player to score twice for Everton in the Merseyside derby since Fernando Torres in September 2008.
(Liverpool FC via Getty Images)
Michael JonesDecember 1, 2021 10:20 PM

Everton 1 – 4 Liverpool

Liverpool have scored 43 league goals this season, more than any other team in Europe’s five big leagues (Bayern Munich, 42). 25 of them returned from their homes, which after seven matches is the highest level since Burnley in 1961-62.
Michael JonesDecember 1, 2021 10:17 PM

Everton 1 – 4 Liverpool

There is no change at the top of the Premier League table as Chelsea (33), Manchester City (32) and Liverpool (31) all won tonight. This means that only two points separate the top three teams.
Everton meanwhile, continues to struggle. They only collected two points out of 24 possible in the league. They are still 14th in the standings but will be drawn into a relegation battle unless they can quickly score points.
Michael JonesDecember 1, 2021 10:14 PM

Full time: Everton 1 – 4 Liverpool

90 + 3 minutes: That’s the full-time whistle. Liverpool won a 4-1 victory at Goodison Park. It is the heaviest home loss in the Merseyside derby for Everton in 39 years. Jordan Henderson, Mo Salah (x2) and Diogo Jota found the back of the net for the Reds who keep their pressure on Chelsea at the top of the table. A goal from Demarai Gray kept Everton interested for a while, but in the end, Liverpool were only a cut above their rivals.
Michael JonesDecember 1, 2021 10:10 PM

Everton 1 – 4 Liverpool

90 minutes: Three minutes of downtime to play. It’s time for another goal, but neither team looks likely to score one. Liverpool are content to keep possession and Everton are struggling to regain it.
Michael JonesDecember 1, 2021 10:06 PM

Everton 1 – 4 Liverpool

89 minutes: Takumi Minamino replaces Diogo Jota for the last minutes of the match. Everton directed the ball to the left wing where Digne rolled a cross into the box but James Milner brought it back and cleared the Liverpool lines.
Michael JonesDecember 1, 2021 10:04 PM

Everton 1 – 4 Liverpool

86 minutes: Mo Salah recovers the ball from the right wing and pushes it into the box before sprinting behind Lucas Digne. The loose ball slips away from its goal and Michael Keane throws it at the Liverpool striker winning a goal kick as the ball hits Salah and bounces behind.
Michael JonesDecember 1, 2021 10:02 PM


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