(EFE) – The Mereyside derby that Everton won at Anfield (0-2), with a goal from the Brazilian Richarlison to a pass from the Colombian James Rodríguez and another from a penalty from the Icelandic Gylffi Sigurdssonl, exacerbated the Liverpool crisis, which conceded its fourth consecutive defeat in the Premier.
The painting of Jurgen Klopp, in addition, lengthens its bad way in its stadium. With this one against Carlo Ancelotti’s team, he has already defeated four consecutive games at Anfield.
The derby was unbalanced after three minutes with a great pass into space from James that perfectly culminated in Richarlison.
From that moment on, Liverpool turned to Jordan Pickford’s goal, who supported Carlo Ancelotti’s team with decisive interventions.
Jurgen Klopp’s side captured the ball, the possession and also the chances. But neither Mohamed Salah nor Sadio Mané nor Roberto Firmino were right.
Everton kept the type all the time. Well organized and without leaving spaces, he frustrated every local attempt until he secured the victory with nine minutes remaining.
He did it thanks to a penalty that was transformed by the Icelandic Gylffi Sigurdsson previously committed by Trent Alexander Arnold for a knockdown inside the area of Dominic Calvert Lewin, who at the time of the game replaced James Rodriguez.
The defeat leaves Liverpool out of the European positions. He is sixth in the table with the same points now as Everton. Both have the fifth of West Ham to two and Chelsea, fourth, to three.