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The side overcome the Toffees in the Merseyside derby as Jurgen Klopp side sought  to solidify their grip on the top four position thus remaining in third place after the 2-2 draw between Arsenal and Manchester City at the Emirates Stadium.

It was a key game for Jurgen Klopp’s men as they overpowered their Anfield neighbours Everton with a 3-1 win in the match.

Players like Sadio Mane and Philippe Coutinho led the way for Liverpool along with Roberto Firmino in transition as the attacking trio produced quality football in transition to dazzle the visitors in their own half.

Be it as it may be Liverpool picked all three (maximum) points as they continued their quest to secure Champions League (UEFA) Football next season.

Following Liverpool’s 3-1 win after their superlative performance we take at some match features and statistics as regards to the Everton defeat.



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The Anfield side with the attacking quality of Sadio Mane and Philippe Coutinho in tandem with fellow Brazilian produced 3(three) goals as a result of the attacking incision exhibited by the three Liverpool front men as Liverpool had 4 shots on target as they were more superior and dangerous going forward into the opposing area during the game.


1(LIVERPOOL)                                                                                         (EVERTON) 4

The home sides were more efficient going forward than the Everton side that cumulated about 4 shots off targets in the game.

The host efficiency saw them record only one (1) shot off target in the entire game as the trio of Sadio Mane (injured and replaced with Origi), Philippe Coutinho and superb Divock Origi fired three brilliant goals past the Everton goal to ensure Liverpool wins the Merseyside derby by 3-1 against the visiting Everton side.


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The host dominated the game against the Everton side as evident in the game as players like Georginio Wijnaldium, Emre Can and Brazilian veteran Lucas Leiva held sway in the midfield ascendancy over Ross Barkley and Idrissa Gana Gueye in the game.

This saw the host record 52% of the ball possession as compared to Everton’s 48% in the game.


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The game was a lively game between two rivals as they were forced to produce five number of corner kicks in the game but it was Liverpool who did the rest to win 3-1 over the visiting Everton side on the occasion.


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The home side showed eagerness to get the finish line to win the game but they could just score three against Everton who scored one foe themselves as Liverpool were caught out for offside on one occasion.


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It was a tough game where rivalry was brewing in all ramifications so expect players to be aggressive against each other on the pitch.

This saw the game produced a total of 27fouls in the game due to the physical demands in the game.

Liverpool committed 17 fouls as compared to Everton’s 10 in the game as the home side showed more guile to get the ball off the Everton side.


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The home side was booked on one occasion while the Everton side received three Yellow cards in the game despite committing less foul than the host in the game. Liverpool’s Emre Can was booked in the 68th minutes of the game.

Everton’s trio of Tom Davies, Ross Barkley and Ashley Williams were booked in the 26th, 40th and 62nd minutes of the game respectively as they lost 3-1 to Liverpool.


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Liverpool had 9 goal-kicks behind their goal as the Everton side showed consistent intent to get back into the game just like they had more corners than Liverpool (2-3) against Liverpool in the game.

The host was able to muster just 2 goal-kicks behind the Everton goal as they managed to hold out for a 3-1 win at home based on tactical grounds employed during the game.


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The Anfield side Liverpool had four treatments in the game as they were victims of a consistent physical challenge from the robust Everton side.

The visitors were treated once in the game as the challenge exerted by the host in the game is mild as compared to that of the visiting Everton side.

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