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After Liverpool lost 2:0 to Everton, and Chelsea drew 1:1, see the new Premier league table

By Lukmanz | self meida writer
Published 3 days ago - 1258 views

Liverpool FC hosted Everton in a mersey side derby and the match ended in a record breaking feat, as Everton won 2 nil at the Anfield after many years. A First half strike from Richarlison and a second half penalty kick courtesy of Calvert Lewin being brought down in the box before the spot kick was converted.

Liverpool plays well but they were unable to convert chances which were even hard to come by due to Everton FC compacted defense line and Pickford was active throughout the match as the Everton goal keeper was able to keep Liverpool FC's forward and midfielders away from scoring.

Chelsea on the other hand drew 1:1 away to Southampton FC in the premier league clash previously in the afternoon, and it was Mason Mount that came to the rescue of the blues after he converted a penalty kick. Liverpool FC player loaned to Southampton was the one that scored arguably the only clear chance Southampton had against Chelsea after he was able to beat an offside trap.

The premier league looked funny, as Liverpool is still in the 6th spot with 40 points, just above Everton FC that also have 40 points but are behind their city rivals with goals.

Chelsea on the other hand is still in the 4th position, at least until after the faith of West Ham is known when they gave Tottenham Hotspur.

See the new EPL table which Manchester City still tops with 10 points below:

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