A technical goal when Liverpool outperformed its rival in the city:

A technical goal when Liverpool outperformed its rival in the city:

Everton vs Liverpool 1-4

Jordan Henderson, Mohamed Salah (2) and Diogo Jota scored great goals when their opponent was swept into the ground.

The TV 2 commentator team said the best was Jota’s 4-1 recording.

– said Oyvind the sober turn of the sky.

Watch the video above.

The big win also means the Merseyside Reds broke a record 94-year-old. Liverpool is the first team in the Premier League to score two or more goals in 18 consecutive matches in all competitions.

At the same time, Chelsea and Manchester City won their matches. Thus, Liverpool are still in third place, two points behind Chelsea in the lead.

Top scorer with two goals Salah is very happy with the team’s performance against city rivals.

– Fantastic result. Coming here, winning the game, playing football well and scoring four goals is unbelievable. It is a positive thing to take him with us from the match, Al Masry tells British TV with a smile.

Salah is not completely happy

But coach Jurgen Klopp revealed that the goal machine was not completely satisfied with his performance, despite two goals.

– He was angry after the match.

– Was it?

Yes, he will score the third goal. I don’t know exactly what the situation is, but who cares. All is well. Klopp answers and laughs on British TV: These are the attacking players.

More than that: Mohamed Salah was not satisfied with scoring “only” two goals. Photo: Phil Noble

The German praises the players after the big win.

– A very good match from us. Very mature show. The Liverpool boss says he is much better than in previous years, especially here at Goodison.

Pressure is mounting on Benitez

Rafael Benitez was under a lot of pressure even before the match. His team then conceded four goals against Liverpool at home in a league match for the first time since 1982.

When you lose to a great team because you make mistakes, we must learn from them in the future and not make the same mistakes again, says Everton Director of TV 2.

– Do you feel pressured?

No, I feel we should get better. That’s it.

The press: Experts believe Rafael Benitez has less patience among the fans due to his past at Liverpool.  Photo: Karl Rissen

The press: Experts believe Rafael Benitez has less patience among the fans due to his past at Liverpool. Photo: Karl Rissen

The Spaniard believes that things will change once the players return from injury. The biggest name on the injury list is Dominic Calvert-Lewin. Sneaking into the target should be close to getting back in.

The result was in the league eight consecutive games without a win.

– How are you going to turn it around?

The only way is to work hard, and we also have to get the injured players back. I hope we get more options and can play at the same level as we did at the beginning, says Benitez.

– Drama

Liverpool fired the gas from the first kick on the ball. The Reds exhausted from Anfield three great chances before playing seven minutes.

Only the inaccurate Mohamed Salah and the good Jordan Pickford made it a no 2- or 3-0. However, the Everton goalkeeper had to surrender after a few minutes.

Jordan Henderson got a superb shot from 16 metres and sent the Reds up front.

About ten minutes later, the same man was a waiter when Salah scored his twelfth league goal of the season.

Then some Everton supporters, already starting to tire of Rafael Benitez, chose to leave Goodison Park.

They may have regretted it if they checked the score during the break. About five minutes before the squad change, Demarie Gray lit up the homeowners’ hopes – and set the team’s fans on fire.

Jurgen Klopp raced to the locker room when the referee signaled a break, knowing that victory was not safe.

Drama from the first minute to three additional minutes. Øyvind Alsaker of TV 2 commentator’s box said the Merseyside derby has indeed provided excellent entertainment.

ruined a mistake

However, much hope was destroyed about 20 minutes into the second half. Experienced Séamus Coleman fiddled with the ball in his defence. Salah intercepted it, ran from the midfield to 16 meters and opened 3-1.

When Diogo Jota put it 4-1 with a technical goal, there was more or less hope for Everton.

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