Published: Mon, April 09, 2018
Sports | By Toni Houston

Everton and Liverpool share Merseyside honours

Everton and Liverpool share Merseyside honours

Liverpool goalkeeper Loris Karius produced an even better save to tip Yannick Bolasie's curling shot around the post before Pickford did the same to deny James Milner. "I think it's a fair result".

That left the Liverpool boss pleased to claim a point, despite his side missing out on climbing above Manchester United into second in the Premier League.

Klopp understandably had one eye on Tuesday in his selection, and Liverpool's attacking threat was considerably blunted without Mohamed Salah and Roberto Firmino in the starting line-up.

Danny Ings and Dominic Solanke looked rusty as they were given rare starts, with the latter failing to take either of two early chances.

Everton manager Sam Allardyce defended his decision to take off Rooney, which he said was down to the need for "fresh legs" in midfield. Hitting the thumbs up button is a vote to move the player up the list-or to help keep them on top. He's so talented but like I say, he needs to play games.

'Bobby [Firmino] played a lot of games and we played a lot of games and we have two fresh strikers there, so it makes sense to make that change.

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Calvert-Lewin blasted off target one minute later as the spoils were shared, doing little for either side - although Liverpool will be delighted to avoid any injuries ahead of a massive game against City on Tuesday.

The visitors were quicker out of the blocks for the second half and enjoyed the majority of possession but failed to get in a meaningful effort on goal. The team has, unsurprisingly, been hard to watch since his appointment last November, and their results have only been marginally better.

Everton defenders Leighton Baines, Michael Keane and Phil Jagielka will be pleased to have kept a clean sheet in front of the global coach, albeit against weakened opposition and not completely assured in their work.

"I'd hope Klopp will still go as strong as he can as Everton will be up for this".

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