Wayne Rooney rescues Everton draw against derby rivals Liverpool

Esther Moore
December 11, 2017

While Liverpool are now 10 games unbeaten in all competitions, letting another lead slip in one of the biggest fixtures of the season left shoulders slumped at Anfield.

Klopp was visibly furious after Liverpool conceded an equaliser from the penalty spot late on in Sunday's Merseyside derby.

"I don't think you can disagree with the penalty - Lovren pushed Calvert-Lewin over".

Lovren was still protesting with officials after the final whistle while Klopp argued with a Sky Sports television interviewer.

If the Liverpool manager needs to make any changes during the course of the match he can look to his bench, where options include Philippe Coutinho and Roberto Firmino.

"The other team was not even in our box, I don't know if they had a shot on target apart from the penalty". Then you open the door for them like this. That's what I said.

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The two fierce rivals went head to head in a Premier League showdown at Anfield earlier today, with the home side looking to continue a stellar recent run of form which had seen them pick up wins in 3 of their last 4 outings (scoring 16 goals in the process), along with an impressive draw with Chelsea.

And after Gerrard's statement in which he said that he would've loved to see Luis Suarez continue his career at Liverpool, he believes that Klopp's current front-line is incredible too.

"And I think he's absolutely right". There will be a feeling that Liverpool have no one to blame but themselves.

Now we can stop the interview because I only want to talk to people that have [at least] a little bit of understanding about football.

Everton enjoyed only 21 percent of possession in the game while Liverpool midfielder Jordan Henderson completed more passes (60) in the first half - than all of the visiting players put together.

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