Premier League: Liverpool conquers Everton 4-1

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LIVERPOOL. Liverpool had a comfortable win over Everton.

LIVERPOOL. Liverpool had a comfortable win over Everton. Liverpool scored with J. Henderson (10′), M. Salah (20′), M. Salah (65′) and D. Jota (79′). On the other side, D. Gray (38′) scored for Everton. Liverpool was vastly superior ball possession (69%) was among the key factors of its victory.​

The match was played at the Goodison Park stadium in Liverpool on Wednesday and it started at 8:15 pm local time. The referee was Paul Tierney who had the assistance of Constantine Hatzidakis and Adam Nunn. The 4th official was Jonathan Moss. The weather was clear. The temperature was quite cold around 3 degrees Celsius or 37.35 Fahrenheit. Humidity was up to 76%.​

Match Statistics

Liverpool was in firm control of the ball 69% while Everton was struggling with a 31% ball possession.

Liverpool was more aggressive with 60 dangerous attacks and 16 shots of which 7 were on target. Which is one of the reasons Liverpool won the encounter.​

Everton shot 8 times, 2 on target, 6 off target. On the other side, Liverpool shot 16 times, 7 on target, 9 off target.


Everton received 4 yellow cards (A. Townsend, Allan, L. Digne and D. Gray). On the opposite side, Liverpool received 3 yellow cards (Thiago, A. Robertson and V. van Dijk).

After playing this contest, Everton will stay with 15 points like Leeds United to stay in the 14th place. On the other side, Liverpool will have 28 points to stay in the 3rd place.

Match Events

  • 10'

    J. Henderson

    A. Robertson

  • 16'

    A. Townsend

  • 20'

    M. Salah

  • 31'


  • 38'

    D. Gray

  • 40'


  • 41'

    L. Digne

  • 45'

    D. Gray

  • 59'

    A. Gordon

    S. Rondon

  • 63'

    A. Robertson

  • 65'

    M. Salah

  • 73'

    F. Delph

    A. Townsend

  • 75'

    J. Milner


  • 79'

    D. Jota

    A. Robertson

  • 80'

    V. van Dijk

  • 83'

    A. Oxlade-Chamberlain

    J. Henderson

  • 85'

    C. Tosun

    D. Gray

  • 88'

    T. Minamino

    D. Jota

Next match

In the upcoming Premier League match, Everton will host Arsenal on the 6th of December with a 18-7 head to head stats in favor of Arsenal (8 draws).

Liverpool will play away with Wolverhampton Wanderers on the 4th of December with a 10-3 head to head record in favor of Liverpool (1 draw).

Everton: Formation and Lineups

Everton started with a conservative line-up (4-4-2).

The manager Rafael Benítez Maudes chose to play with the following team: Jordan Pickford (6.4), Séamus Coleman (5.3), Ben Godfrey (6.3), Michael Keane (7.0), Lucas Digne (6.1), Andros Townsend (6.4), Abdoulaye Doucouré (5.8), Allan (6.6), Demarai Gray (6.9), Richarlison (6.9) and Salomón Rondón (6.8).


Everton made 3 changes: S. Rondon for A. Gordon (59′), A. Townsend for F. Delph (73′) and D. Gray for C. Tosun (85′).

Top player: Michael Keane

The player who no doubt impressed Everton the most was Michael Keane.

His rating is (7.0) with 30 passes (63% accurate) and 2 key passes. He was won 5 duels out of 5.

Liverpool: Formation and Lineups

Liverpool started with a aggressive line-up (4-3-3).

On the other side, Jürgen Klopp played with: Alisson (6.8), Trent Alexander-Arnold (8.0), Joël Matip (7.4), Virgil van Dijk (7.0), Andrew Robertson (8.3), Jordan Henderson (8.1), Fabinho (6.7), Thiago Alcântara (6.8), Mohamed Salah (7.9), Diogo Jota (8.3) and Sadio Mané (6.4).


Liverpool made 3 changes: Thiago for J. Milner (75′), J. Henderson for A. Oxlade-Chamberlain (83′) and D. Jota for T. Minamino (88′).

Top player: Diogo Jota

The player who no doubt impressed Liverpool the most was Diogo Jota.

His rating is (8.3) with 1 goal, 28 passes (78% accurate) and 3 key passes. He was won 11 duels out of 15. He performed 1 cross.

Results of the day

These are the results of the day in the Premier League



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