Tuesday, 23 Oct 2018

The goal from Rooney forced Liverpool in draw with Everton


The goal from Rooney forced Liverpool in draw with EvertonThe goal from Rooney forced Liverpool in draw with Everton -  Liverpool were forced to swallow a draw result after their rivals Everton made the scoring 1-1 in a Merseyside Derby game in the 16th Premier League at Anfield Stadium on Sunday, December 10 2017.

The draw was created after Wayne Rooney made a scored from the spot in the second half, after Liverpool had a 1-0 has lead in the first half thanks to Mohamed Salah's goal.

The addition of one-goal makes Salah include to the list of Premier League scorers with 13 goals from 16 matches.

On the other hand, the results of this series makes the Reds stay in fourth place with 30 points, adrift two points from Chelsea who sit in third.

Everton also held 10th place with 19 points from 16 matches.

Liverpool applied long and short bait combinations by utilizing the width of the field so the wing defenders, Gomez and Robertson, often help the attack with send their feedback to Sadio Mane or Mohamed Salah.

Finally, The Reds winning with score of 1-0 when Mohamed Salah who received feedback Gomez able to escape from the escort of Everton players.

The Egyptian striker then kicked a curling ball into the left corner of Everton's goal on 42 minutes.

Everton equalized 1-1 through Wayne Rooney's penalty after Loveley's offense to Calvert-Lewin in the 76th minute.

The 1-1 score lasted until the end of the game which was accompanied by Lovren's protest to the referee-related penalty awarded to Everton, Skysports said.


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