Didn't Go To Everton For Wild Derby - Jurgen Klopp Happy With Draw

Kristopher Nichols
April 8, 2018

The result helped them to consolidate their hold on third place in the English Premier League on Saturday.

Without the Premier League's top scorer starting and Firmino moved to the bench, the Reds didn't possess the same efficacy where it counted.

Liverpool goalkeeper Loris Karius also had to be at his best.

Everton managed as many shots in the first half as they did in the entire reverse fixture at Anfield, but on balance the Blues were probably counting their blessings to go in level at the break.

The home supporters would have left happy had Cenk Tosun, Seamus Coleman or Dominic Calvert-Lewin made the most of openings inside the final three minutes, but they had to settle for holding Liverpool to a draw that damages their quest to finish above Manchester United.

At the end, both teams could only make do with a share of the spoils.

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"So I'm not really over the moon at the moment, I'm really angry about a few people who make decisions in this league".

"If I have to say my players, "we've got to do to Liverpool what Liverpool did to Man City tomorrow", that would be the plan", he said.

His left-footed snapshot was tipped away by Jordan Pickford, with England manager Gareth Southgate watching from the stands. "It was tough conditions for us keepers".

Everton defenders Leighton Baines, Michael Keane and Phil Jagielka will be pleased to have kept a clean sheet in front of the global coach, albeit against weakened opposition and not completely assured in their work.

"(Liverpool's second-half capitulation) is completely normal, until then it was not the game the people wanted, but that was not our job to do that, not our 1A solution but our 1B and we take that.

Though Liverpool are now riding high on the back of their emphatic first leg victory against City, this game highlighted the lack of depth they have in the squad, but also allowed them to unearth another option within it.

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