Premier League – Liverpool blows up Goodison Park
43 goals in 14 days! Here is the delirious offensive rendering of Liverpool after its new victory in the Mersey derby on the lawn of Everton (4-1). Thanks to Jordan Henderson, a double from Mohamed Salah and a final achievement from Diogo Jota, the Reds easily defeated their neighbors and remain at a reasonable distance from leaders Chelsea, in third position in this exciting 2021-2022 Premier League. Jürgen Klopp’s men did not manage to keep their clean sheet at Goodison Park, but they pocketed a ninth success in eleven consecutive games with the Toffees and have not experienced defeat by the enemy in the league since October 17, 2010 In the end, it didn’t surprise anyone: Liverpool remained red.
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It is probably only a matter of days: Rafa Benitez is not expected to remain Everton’s coach for very long. With this eighth game in a row without success, the Spanish technician is no longer in the odor of sanctity on the side of Liverpool. And for good reason: coach of the Reds during the miracle of Istanbul against AC Milan in 2005, Benitez has never found the fault in the high performance device of Klopp to recover the ball. Very early on, Everton began to suffer the intensity proposed by his opponent and Henderson found himself at the conclusion of a magnificent movement between Sadio Mané and Andrew Robertson on the left flank (9th, 0-1).
Salah on a cloud
Always at full speed, Liverpool was able to take advantage of the excellent dynamic of Salah, author of two quite similar goals: one to offer a first break to his team (19th, 0-2), the other to cut the legs Everton in his desire to equalize (64th, 1-3). Each time, the Egyptian distinguished himself with a surgical shot from the left and raised his personal counter to thirteen goals in fourteen days of the Premier League. The current top scorer in the English league then left it to Diogo Jota to afford his eighth goal in the 2021-2022 fiscal year with a heavy left foot strike under the bar (79th, 1-4).
Despite the reduction of the gap before the break thanks to the duo Richarlison-Demarai Gray on the first shot on target of the local team (38th, 1-2), Everton was no match for this opposition between enemy brothers. Since 1982, Liverpool had not scored four goals on the lawn of Goodison Park, proof that the setback suffered by the men of Benitez was not simply a defeat but above all a real admission of helplessness. The only good news for Everton? The good performance of Jordan Pickford, reactive enough to prevent Salah (7th), Alexander-Arnold (15th) or Mané (26th) from increasing the score. A lesser evil …
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