Liverpool's top four hope suffers another setback after loosing to their closest neighbor in the Merseyside Derby match on Saturday.
It was another horrible performance from Jorgen Klopp's boys after Failing to convert clear cut chances all through the 90 minutes of the game.
Everton has become one of the best team in the Premier league this season and with a win against Jorgen Klopp's team, they are currently same point with Liverpool in the 7th position plus and Outstanding game as well.
Everton broke the deadlock in the early minutes of the game through the Brazilian International Richarlison.
Richarlison has been impressive for Everton this season and his goal against Liverpool will forever be in the heart of Everton fans.
The Reds controlled the game with good ball possession but lack of creativity in the front line caused Liverpool the defeat.
Mane, Salah and Firmino are no longer reliable and that's the major cause of Liverpool's problem in the front line.
Everyone were solid at the backline and thier effort was crowned by the Video Assistant Referee and the center Referee for their decision to award Calvert Lewin a penalty after he was clearly brought down by Arnold.
There have been several reactions concerning the use of VAR against Liverpool but this six clear cut angle view will show you that the Video Assistant Referee (VAR) was right about the decision.
From this clear pictures, you will realize that one thing is common which is the contact.
There was a clear contact between both players and from the view, Trent Alexander Arnold prevented Calvert Lewin from a goal scoring opportunity and it should have been a clear Red card for the England International.
Sigurdsson converted the spot kick brilliantly to give Everton a comfortable three points and to mount pressure on the top four race.
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