Liverpool vs Everton was a game of two halves quite literally. A horrific showing by the Reds in the first half and a brilliant showing in the second so let’s break it down.
A Tale of Two Halves for Liverpool
In the first half, Everton played all the dark secrets of football Time wasting and lying down faking injuries when they could. A notable one was when Jordan Pickford Everton’s keeper lay down when getting the ball from a cross.
In the second half, A cult hero on the red side of Merseyside’s Divock Origi, who has come up with so many iconic moments over the years for Liverpool in what seems to be his last season would he be able to come up with another Iconic Moment?
A beautiful bit of Hold up Play by The Belgian that turned into a pass to the Egyptian King Mo Salah and a cross into Andrew Robertson who scored a header for his first goal in front of a Joyous Kop. Origi contribution number one but would it be the last?
Well, the answer is no the man is never happy unless he adds his name to the scoresheet on these kinds of evenings. A beautiful bit of hold-up play by Andrew Robertson again crossed into a bicycle kick from Luis Diaz and a header from The man himself Divock Origi which sealed all three points and kept Liverpool’s title hopes and quadrupole hopes alive.
A performance of champions from Liverpool a game where they had to scrape out a win in the harshest of conditions. Jürgen Klopp will be reasonably pleased with his men, the three points will be the main talking point.
So What’s Next For Liverpool and Everton?
A game on Wednesday in the Champions League against the High Flying Villareal is next for the High Flying Reds. A game that won’t be easy but Considering Liverpool’s form is one you’d consider they should win.
Where does Everton go next? A team that has been mismanaged, misowned, and now is looking at the drop. Lampard will have to rally his men if he wants to have any chance of survival, but with the upcoming fixtures not looking favorable, it could be the worst possible end to the season for The Toffees.
Lace ‘Em Up’s Man Of The Match?
The Man, The Myth, The legend you see below me created the first goal and scored the second. A cult hero for the Reds and one who if this is his last season, will leave a legend. One of the most underrated players in the premier league for a while again showed his worth.