Jamie Carragher reacts to Liverpool FC’s dramatic 1-0 win over Everton

Everton’s Pickford optimistic ahead of Merseyside derby

Everton’s Pickford optimistic ahead of Merseyside derby

However, Origi netted a last-gasp victor in the 96th minute at Anfield after having come on as a substitute in the 84th minute.

But Liverpool can now travel to Burnley on Wednesday with their hopes still intact and their front two, they hope, one game closer to emerging from their slump.

Liverpool have now closed the gap on Manchester City to just two points and are 14 points ahead of rival Everton and Manchester United, who sit in sixth and seventh place, respectively.

Key Opta stats:- Liverpool have recorded five 90th-minute winners against Everton in the Premier League; more than against any other side in the competition.

Liverpool were much improved after half-time and Salah curled wide before Mane again missed the target after good work from Roberto Firmino.

In the 96th minute, Van Dijk's sliced effort looped harmlessly towards the far side of the bar, but Pickford spilled the ball back into play and Origi was on hand to head in from a yard out to win it for Liverpool.

Liverpool's manager sprinted across the pitch to embrace Alisson after his free-kick to Trent Alexander-Arnold led to the winning goal. "Both teams delivered a proper fight, a proper derby from the first second". It was a massive mistake from Pickford.

The chances kept coming for Everton as Liverpool struggled to find their rhythm, with Andre Gomes denied by a brilliant save from Allison. Fabinho also returns to the starting lineup, while Xherdan Shaqiri will start on the right flank.

Arsenal's Pierre Emerick Aubameyang celebrates his goal in the 4-2 win over Tottenham Hotspur at the Emirates Stadium in London
Arsenal's Pierre Emerick Aubameyang celebrates his goal in the 4-2 win over Tottenham Hotspur at the Emirates Stadium in London

"We went to a top team away from home and conceded late".

"It's a lucky, lucky day to Liverpool this afternoon - because they don't deserve the result". Here are our player ratings for Everton.

Mina was commanding at centre-half and Digne impressive down the left flank.

"The passion for the city, the passion for the fans, for them, this is the most important game in the season".

Everton had produced an admirable performance and could have ended their infamous Anfield hoodoo had they taken one of their numerous first-half chances, but just as it looked as if they had done enough for a point, Liverpool snatched all three in stunning circumstances.

He just needs to make sure that this defeat does not prove too damaging to morale.

Silva has injected both qualities into his team and there are clear signs of progress at Everton under the Portuguese coach.




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