Liverpool fans have been left disappointed at their team, as they surrendered the English Premier League lead to Manchester City after a goalless draw Merseyside derby on Sunday.
Liverpool did all they could to get all three points from that game, but Everton were more solid at the back and made sure everything threw at them by Liverpool, never made their way into the back of the net, as the Merseyside derby ended a goalless draw.
The scoreline means Liverpool are now one point behind the new league leaders and defending champions, Manchester City who on Saturday had beaten Bournemouth 1-0 to go 71 points on the table, while Juergen Klopp’s Liverpool after their Merseyside derby, now have 70 to stay second, with nine games left to play.
Mohamed Salah had the two best openings for Liverpool in the Merseyside derby before the break, and the end product was just too poor to trouble Jordan Pickford.
Salah threatened again in the 57th minute as he bore down on Pickford, but Everton defender Michael Keane stopped a near certain goal with a perfectly timed last-ditch sliding tackle.