Liverpool managed to come out victorious in this Merseyside derby match. Jurgen Klopp’s troops silenced Everton with a score of 2-0 in the 34th week of the 2021/2022 Premier League at Anfield, Sunday (24/4/2022) night WIB.
Liverpool struggled to bring out their best performance at the start of the first half. Everton play discipline to narrow the space for the opposing players.
Liverpool’s patience finally paid off in the second half to be precise in the 62nd minute. A cross that was sent by Mohamed Salah was successfully headed by Robertson at the far post to break into Jordan Pickford’s goal.
Liverpool increasingly had the upper hand after Origi successfully replaced his team’s advantage in the 85th minute. A scissor shot by Luis Diaz was headed by Origi into a goal.
There were no additional goals from both teams in the remaining matches. The 2-0 score for Liverpool’s victory was the final result of this match
Thanks to this victory against Everton , Liverpool are still in second place in the Premier League standings and are again keeping one point away from the leader, Manchester City. Meanwhile, Everton are now down to rank 18 alias are in the relegation zone.
Mohamed Salah exchanged passes with Origi before the Egyptian crossed for Andy Robertson to head home in the 62nd minute.
against the Toffees.
Liverpool 2-0 Everton: Andrew Robertson and Divock Origi seal derby triumph Everton adopted a defensive approach and did excellently to keep Liverpool at bay in the first half.
Robertson also made an important defensive contribution to cut out the danger as Everton threatened.
After Burnley beat Wolves 1-0, Everton are in the relegation zone and are now two points adrift of the Clarets with a game in hand.
Liverpool had to be patient to break Everton down but they showed excellent spirit and their hopes of winning the quadruple remain very much alive.
Squad depth boosts Liverpool’s chances The introductions of Luis Diaz and Origi provided Liverpool with extra attacking momentum as they were finally able to break Everton’s resistance.
Then Origi scored the second himself as he headed in after the ball fell to him following Diaz’s overhead kick.
Gordon a bright spark for Everton. The 21-year-old’s direct runs caused numerous problems for Trent Alexander-Arnold and Joel Matip, especially in the first half.