For their part, Everton had not won at Anfield since 1999
The Liverpool lost four home matches in a row for the first time since 1923. The set led by Jurgen Klopp equaled his worst losing record in Anfield after the 0-2 loss to the Everton at the Merseyside Derby.
With goals from Richarlison and Sigursson, the painting directed by Carlo Ancelotti he kept the three units and kept the ‘Reds’ away from the fight for the first places and the opportunity to endorse the title champion, besides that he left them out of European competition positions.
Klopp lives with his elements a free fall and it is that from November-December 1923, Liverpool did not lose four games in a row at Anfield. In this season 2020-21 he has defeats against him Burnley, Brighton, Manchester City and now Everton.
Furthermore, the last time Everton won the Merseyside Derby was in 2010, when they won 2-0 at Goodison Park with goals from Tim Cahill and Mikel Arteta, while not winning at the Reds’ home since September 1999.
Even since February 1986, Everton did not beat Liverpool by more than two goals as a visitor. That time it was Gary Lineker and Kevin Ratcliffe the scorers.
Liverpool have lost four straight league home games for the first time since 1923 😳
0-2 vs. Everton
1-4 vs. Man city
0-1 vs. Brighton
0-1 vs. Burnley pic.twitter.com/5NCnuIz8lL
– ESPN FC (@ESPNFC) February 20, 2021
Similarly, this is the third time since the Premier League was established that Liverpool has accumulated four defeats in a row. He previously did so in December 2002 and September 1993.
With the defeat, Klopp and his pupils were in sixth place in the general table with 40 points and 16 points from Manchester City, who still does not play this day and has a greater chance of detaching himself from his rivals. Meanwhile, they are two points behind West Ham, who has the last ticket in the table for European places.