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Monday, November 25, 2013

Goal Highlights: Everton 3-3 Liverpool

Super-Sunday-Live-Panel-Everton-LiverpoolBragging rights on Merseyside will have to be shared after Daniel Sturridge scored a dramatic late equaliser to claim a 3-3 draw for Liverpool against Everton in an action-packed Merseyside derby at Goodison Park.

Philippe Coutinho broke the deadlock with a conversion at the back post, before Everton responded immediately through a clever goal by Kevin Mirallas as the ball fell kindly at the back post.

Suarez fired a sensational set-piece into the bottom corner from long range, but Lukaku found the target with a calm finish and later a powerful header to shock the visitors.

Substitute Sturridge had the last say and salvaged a dramatic point, however, by glancing a beautiful header into the top corner from Steven Gerrard's pinpoint set-piece.

Brendan Rodgers had made two changes to his starting XI against the Blues, with midfielder Joe Allen replacing Sturridge and young defender Jon Flanagan entrusted with the left-back position.

It was the home side who made the faster start, forcing a high tempo in the opening exchanges; James McCarthy, in particular, threatened with a lung-busting drive from the centre of midfield.

But in the fifth minute, the Reds struck. Gerrard curled a corner into the Everton penalty area, Suarez flicked on the delivery and there was Coutinho to control and force into the back of the net from close range.

The lead was short-lived, however, as Mirallas produced an instant response for Roberto Martinez's team on eight minutes. The Belgian latched onto a loose ball in the Liverpool box to flick an improvised effort past the hand of Simon Mignolet and into the top corner.

Full report: Official Liverpool FC

Monday, April 16, 2012

FA Cup Highlights: Liverpool 2-1 Everton

Andy Carroll headed a dramatic late winner to send Liverpool into the FA Cup final with a 2-1 victory over Everton at Wembley.

Nikica Jelavic gave the Blues a 24th minute lead when he capitalised on a loose ball inside the box after Jamie Carragher's attempted clearance had struck Tim Cahill and fallen into the path of the striker.

Luis Suarez drew the Reds level just after the hour-mark when he latched onto a short back pass from Sylvain Distin and slotted home.

And Carroll secured victory with time ticking away when he headed home from Craig Bellamy's free-kick to send the travelling Kop into delirium.

Liverpool will now meet either Chelsea or Tottenham in May's Wembley final as they seek to complete a domestic cup double.

Prior to kick-off, Wembley observed a minute's silence in memory of the 96 Liverpool fans who lost their lives at Hillsborough ahead of Sunday's 23rdanniversary of the disaster, and captains Steven Gerrard and Phil Neville also presented bouquets of flowers to families of the 96.

Both sets of fans also paid a moving tribute to the memory of Gary Ablett, who sadly passed away earlier this year.

Read more: Liverpool FC Official

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Wednesday, March 14, 2012

Video: Post Everton match interview with Dalglish and Gerrard

Liverpool manager Kenny Dalglish did not have the words to add to the existing acclaim of Steven Gerrard after his hat-trick heroics in the Merseyside derby.

Everton were defeated 3-0 at Anfield on Tuesday night, with England international Gerrard getting all three goals to end his club's three-game losing run.

It was a sweet return for the midfielder, who had missed the loss to Arsenal with a hamstring injury and only featured as a substitute in the weekend defeat at Sunderland.

And Dalglish, who has also seen his captain miss a large chunk of the season with a groin problem, claimed to not have the vocabulary to add further praise of the Kop idol.

But Liverpool's manager did also want to point to the performances of the likes of Jamie Carragher, Jay Spearing and Martin Kelly against Everton.

   “All the local boys were fantastic for us,”

“Steven with a hat-trick - I'm not educated enough to add to the fantastic comments he has had before,”

“Jay Spearing was fantastic, (so were) Carragher and Kells' (Kelly) at right-back,”

“Obviously Steven getting three goals was a great reward for him,”

“He has had one or two bumps this season with injuries and to come back and get three in a local derby, I'm sure there will be a wee smile on his face,”

“I think it is a great reward for the players,”

“They played fantastic in the last game here against Arsenal and the performance didn't get the result it deserved,”

“The performance tonight got the result it deserved and that was three points.” Dalglish told Sky Sports HD 1


Source: Sky Sports

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Video Highlights: Liverpool 3-0 Everton

A comeback hat-trick from Steven Gerrard returned Liverpool to winning ways as they beat neighbours Everton 3-0 at Anfield.

The skipper opened the scoring in the first half before a brace in the second period saw the Reds record a fifth Premier League double over the Blues.

Three straight league defeats for Liverpool meant Everton could have overtaken their Merseyside rivals with victory at Anfield, but they were deservedly beaten as the hosts narrowed the gap to fourth spot to 10 points with as many fixtures remaining.

Kenny Dalglish fielded seven Englishman for the 217th Mersey rumble, including fit again Gerrard, who became only the 14th player to have made 400 top-flight appearances for Liverpool.

Immediately the Reds sought to impose themselves, Andy Carroll sprinting to contest a header with Marouane Fellaini. He won. The Kop roared.

Read more: Liverpool FC Official

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Tuesday, March 13, 2012

Match Preview: Liverpool v Everton

Rather than chasing a Champions League place, after three successive Premier League defeats, Liverpool go into the Merseyside Derby looking over their shoulders at neighbour Everton.

A 1-0 defeat to Sunderland at the weekend leaves Liverpool just three points ahead of Everton, while they'll kick off on Tuesday a massive 13 points behind fourth-place Arsenal.

Once again, Liverpool's latest loss showed up their inability to turn their dominance in possession into registering on the score sheet. A paltry 30 goals scored in the league this campaign, far lower than any team above them, speaks volumes about the difficulties the Reds have endured.

Liverpool v Everton Everton’s defence has conceded just 28 goals, only two goals more than Liverpool’s defence, and has been their pillar of strength. Although Jagielka is fit and played a minor part in the match against Tottenham, Moyes will stick to the successful pairing of Heitinga and Distin in the centre.

Moyes will certainly not become over-confident going into the game at Anfield. The Everton boss has yet to taste victory at Liverpool's illustrious home in his long tenure at Everton.

At the very least Dalglish should be able to get his players to display more energy in this local derby. But Everton will go to Anfield on a high, knowing that they have rarely had a better chance to return from across Stanley Park with all three points.

Derby games are often unpredictable, though, and the Merseyside variety is also frequently more edgy than explosive. Couple that with both sides' inability to find the back of the net on a regular basis this season and this contest could well fizzle out into a bore draw.

Don’t be surprised if an Evertonian’s head or Suarez’s brilliance decides the match either way. The Liverpool striker, especially, has been due one piece of magic for a long time.

Liverpool (from): Reina, Johnson, Skrtel, Carragher, Enrique, Adam, Spearing, Downing, Gerrard, Bellamy, Suarez, Doni, Kelly, Coates, Shelvey, Henderson, Rodriguez, Kuyt, Carroll.

Everton (from): Howard, Heitinga, Baines, Distin, Hibbert, Neville, Cahill, Drenthe, Osman, Fellaini, Stracqualursi, Jelavic, Coleman, Barkley, Jagielka, Anichebe, Gueye, Mucha, Rodwell, Pienaar, Vellios.

Red's Fury™ Prediction: LIVERPOOL 1-1 EVERTON

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Sunday, October 2, 2011

Video Highlights: Everton 0-2 Liverpool


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Premier League: Everton 0-2 Liverpool

Andy Carroll scored his first Barclays Premier League goal of the season as Liverpool recorded a 2-0 victory over Everton in the Merseyside derby at Goodison Park.

Everton's cause wasn't helped by the controversial sending off of Jack Rodwell midway through the first half after a challenge on Luis Suarez, but Dirk Kuyt missed the opportunity to give the Reds a half-time lead when he later saw his penalty was saved by Tim Howard.

However, Carroll found the back of the net with a little under 20 minutes remaining, hooking in a cross from Jose Enrique from close-range.

Suarez then settled the contest with a neat finish after a mix-up between two Everton defenders inside the box to ensure Liverpool claimed local bragging rights in the 216th meeting between the sides.

A little more than 20 years had elapsed since Kenny Dalglish last led a Reds team across Stanley Park into battle with the neighbours.

On that occasion, a pulsating FA Cup tie ended in a 4-4 draw and in the build up to the game the boss quipped another four for his side wouldn't go amiss this time around - minus a quartet of goals for the opposition, of course.

Kuyt, so often the talisman on these occasions, earned a recall to the starting XI, with the Dutchman replacing Jordan Henderson in the only change made to the side that began against Wolves last weekend meaning Liverpool fielded five derby debutants.

Read more: Liverpool FC Official

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Saturday, October 1, 2011

Preview: Everton v Liverpool

Saturday October 1st

Everton v Liverpool
Goodison Park
Kick-off: 12.45 BST
TV: Sky Sport 2, Highlights BBC1 Match of the Day.

Probable line-ups:

Everton (Probable, 4-1-4-1): Howard; Hibbert, Jagielka, Distin, Baines; Neville; Coleman, Fellaini, Rodwell, Osman; Cahill.
Out: Anichebe (groin).

Liverpool (Probable, 4-4-2): Reina; Kelly, Carragher, Skrtel, Jose Enrqiue; Henderson, Adam, Lucas, Downing; Suarez, Carroll.
Out: Agger (ribs), Johnson (hamstring).
Test: Gerrard (match fitness).

Referee: Martin Atkinson

Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard may have to settle for a place on the bench again the 216th Merseyside derby.

The England midfielder has played just 25 minutes after a six-month lay-off from a groin operation.

Defenders Glen Johnson (hamstring) and Daniel Agger (rib) will not feature – although the latter has returned to training – while forward Dirk Kuyt is pushing for a recall at the expense of Jordan Henderson.

With Tim Cahill recovering from the bruised shin he suffered during last week's 2-0 defeat by Manchester City, Victor Anichebe is Everton's only long-term casualty with a groin injury.

Everton will be looking to repeat last season’s embarrassingly one-sided Goodison derby win, but must be wary of the Dalglish factor.

In 23 Mersey derbies as Liverpool manager, Dalglish has only ever lost three, winning an impressive 13.

Tim Cahill’s recovery from a shin injury will buoy the blue half of the city, but with Steven Gerrard itching to get off the bench, Dalglish will have the aces to call upon when required.

Chris Bascombe’s prediction: Everton 1 Liverpool 1

Red's Fury™ prediction: Everton 2 Liverpool 3

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Source: Telegraph

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Monday, January 17, 2011

Match Highlights: Liverpool 2-2 Everton

Dirk Kuyt rescued a point from the penalty spot as Kenny Dalglish's return to the Anfield dugout ended with a 2-2 draw in the 215th Merseyside derby against Everton on Sunday afternoon.

The Scot had looked on course to secure his first success at the third time of asking at the expense of the Blues after Raul Meireles's first goal for the club gave them a deserved interval lead.

However, two goals in seven second-half minutes from Sylvain Distin and Jermaine Beckford turned the game on its head and put David Moyes's men in sight of their first derby double since their 1984-85 title-winning campaign.

The Reds needed to respond and with just over 20 minutes to play they grabbed a share of the spoils when Kuyt converted from the spot.

There were many positives to be taken from the display but the result means Liverpool drop to 13th place in the Barclays Premier League standings, just four points above the drop zone.

The afternoon began with a dizzy sense of optimism as the spotlight was firmly centred upon Dalglish. [Read more…]

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Monday, October 18, 2010

Everton 2-0 Liverpool: No fight, no class, no ideas

Liverpool were unable to secure city bragging rights as the Reds went down to a 2-0 defeat in the Merseyside derby with Everton at Goodison Park on Sunday afternoon.

Tim Cahill put the Blues into a first-half lead with a powerful close-range strike after Seamus Coleman's cross had broken fortunately for him.

Mikel Arteta doubled the Blues' advantage moments into the second period when the Spaniard struck a thunderous drive beyond Pepe Reina from a half-cleared corner, and despite a late spell of pressure, Liverpool were unable to find a response.

After a hectic few days at Anfield, the game represented the final act in what will undoubtedly go down as one of the most historic weeks in the long and illustrious 118-year history of Liverpool Football Club.

New England Sports Ventures' acquisition of the club on Friday afternoon had provided everyone connected to the Red half of Merseyside with a surge in optimism as they geared up to make the short trek across Stanley Park.

There are few fixtures that can conjure up such raw emotion and passion as a Merseyside derby - and a little over 24 hours after meeting with the players and staff at Melwood, NESV Principal Owner John W Henry and Chairman Thomas Werner took their seats in the Goodison Park directors' box to sample that famed atmosphere first hand.

While much of the pre-match headlines had understandably centred on events off the field, the football talk had emphasised Liverpool's desire to return to winning ways following a disappointing run of league results. [Read more…]



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Sunday, September 12, 2010

Weekend Links: A view on English prospects in this season's Champions League, Wayne Rooney – Some role model, eh?, Wayne Rooney Saga, United held, Chelsea win, Giants suffer comprehensive defeats

Another round of weekend links from me. This week’s focus on “Looney” Rooney and fall of the titan in Spain. Want to have your post mentioned here? Find out more here.


A view on English prospects in this season's Champions League – 90 Minutes

English clubs are becoming more obsessed than ever about winning the Champions League. Chelsea, Arsenal and Tottenham are on the road to try and claim their first win in this great competition whilst Manchester United are trying to reclaim it. [Read more…]


Wayne Rooney – Some role model, eh? – Football Corner

This is what Wayne Rooney had to say when asked about his position as a role model in the game back in March following the revelations surrounding John Terry’s private life. [Read more…]


Wayne Rooney Saga – Football News Blog

Wayne Rooney would have not been the first person to of used football to escape demons on his personal life. Rooney wanted to be professional and not let his personal life affect his work, any one who works can understand that you have to leave your problems at home. The problem is that while scoring on Tuesday night delighted a nation, his professional life will not affect his personal life, while his personal life could affect his professional life. [Read more…]


United held, Chelsea win – Prem League Live

Wayne Rooney was left at home as Manchester United threw away two points at Everton courtesy of Mikel Arteta's dramatic equaliser. [Read more…]


Giants suffer comprehensive defeats – Premiership Talk

Champions League favorites Barcelona and AC Milan did little to prove their credentials ahead of the midweek’s group stage openers when they both succumbed to 2-0 defeats against minnows Hercules and Cesena, respectively. [Read more…]


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Wednesday, June 3, 2009

Michael Owen heading back to Merseyside

Michael Owen Newcastle United were relegated and been put up for sales for the second time. It seems like they no longer afforded a £110,000-a-week player in their roster next season.

So, where is Michael really heading to? Liverpool or Everton? Earlier last month, Rafa Benitez has denied Liverpool making a move for Owen.

"I think it's a different situation to the Robbie Fowler one. Robbie knew it was a fantastic opportunity for him to come back.

"He had been injured and had not played games in a row. And we were looking for a striker of his quality. We were looking for this kind of player.

"He understood clearly what his role was. Michael is younger and still has a lot of years to play, so it is a different situation.

"Clearly he's a top class striker so he will want to play every game. But at this moment we are really pleased with Fernando Torres." – Rafa Benitez, Daily Star.

While our neighbour across the street are understood to be keen on luring the former Liverpool striker to Goodison Park. Report suggested that Everton prepared to rescue Owen from Championship football by tabling a near £50,000-a-week contract.

David Moyes has shortlisted Owen as a possible summer recruit, despite the player’s injury problems and the patchy fitness records of Everton forwards Louis Saha, Yakubu and James Vaughan. Since Owen can certainly leave Newcastle on the ‘Bosman’ rule, Everton still need to pay £4million in terms of wages and signing-on fee, which considerably a good buy for them.

Will Owen takes the pay-cut and say ‘yes’ to Everton?

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