Jurgen Klopp and Marco Silva on Merseyside derby drama

Jurgen Klopp and Marco Silva on Merseyside derby drama

Jurgen Klopp and Marco Silva on Merseyside derby drama

"I don't sleep well after many games, really, but we have got a game on Wednesday and I will show people what I can do", he said. It was not my plan.

On 24 September, the former Chelsea and Roma player won the Puskas award for his fantastic goal against Everton in the Premier League last season.

"It as a cruel finish for us but that is football", Silva lamented. Robbo I think has a dead leg, his hip, so in the moment we have to see.

The German insisted afterwards that he said sorry to Silva for a moment of disrespect but the Portuguese denied having received any apology for what he assumes was a reaction an unexpected result. I don't think he expected anything like that either.

The goal sparked wild celebrations at Anfield with manager Juergen Klopp running on to the pitch.

"I know Seamus embodies the Everton spirit of wanting to beat LFC on the pitch as much as any player they have, but his actions to help the Cox family demonstrates what the best qualities of the rivalry are".

Lets keep our peckers up, Jordan will be sicker than all of us tonight, us loyal fans will back him to the hilt, not like them bastards with Karius!

"Of course, it was a bit lucky".

The forward sustained a nasty ankle injury in a Merseyside derby in April 2016 via a tackle from Ramiro Funes Mori.

"I was [angry with myself], definitely", Van Dijk told ESPN FC. "I'm delighted with that, the Premier League is the last one and sooner or later it will happen". I've never forgot it since.

Pickford has consistently been an excellent performer for Everton and was superb for England at the 2018 FIFA World Cup, but his error in a game of such magnitude will take a long time to live down.

"When you win you are a huge personality when you lose it's a lack of respect".

A set-piece presented Everton with the game's first chance with just four minutes gone as Lucas Digne swung in a well-worked free-kick and defender Yerry Mina rose from a group of players but saw his attempt fly well wide.

A late substitute making his first Premier League appearance since August 2017, all the Belgian striker had to do was nod into an empty net to secure a win that consolidated Liverpool's second place, two points behind defending champions Manchester City.

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