Published: Mon, December 03, 2018
Sports | By Juana Wells

Liverpool 1 Everton 0

Liverpool 1 Everton 0

Silva said klopp didn't apologise no class very proud the way we played they wont win sweet fa under klopp. But I told him he has done many incredible things.

"I just want to say sorry to the Everton fans", the 24-year-old was quoted as saying by the Guardian.

Klopp's team are arguably the most like challengers to Premier League leaders Manchester City this season and Rodgers told The Mail on Sunday: "I want to see them do well, of course". It was not in my plan.

"I didn't see Klopp run on the pitch; if he did run on the pitch in the moment, I wouldn't see it as disrespectful". Not cool, but it happened.

Silva rejected Klopp's version of events, however. "All of your colleagues asked me about this situation but, to be honest, I didn't see what happened". I'm going to try not to put myself in that position to make those mistakes.

Virgil Van Dyk's miss-hit, looping, shot confused Pickford, and while in slow motion appeared to be heading the safe side of the crossbar, in the heat of the moment Pickford scrambled the ball off the bar, but only back into play.

Despite that awful record and the fact that Liverpool are unbeaten in this season's Premier League, Everton goalkeeper Jordan Pickford can't wait for Sunday's derby in Liverpool's Anfield Stadium.

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Pickford apologised for his blunder but gave a different version of events.

Coleman insists, despite the result, Everton should take positives from the manner in which they played at Anfield, where they have not won since 1999.

Origi spent last season on loan at Wolfsburg, but they had little inclination to keep him. I had it in my mind. "It was never my intention to harm a rival and I fervently hope it's nothing serious".

"So, it was always in my mind about Div, that night [against Everton]. And now he can finish that book and from now on everything will be fine again".

City beat Bournemouth 3-1 to move to record their 12th win in 14 matches, with 38 points in the bag already and a goal difference of +37. It was the freakiest of winning goals with which Origi gloriously ended two years of personal hell.

Everton's other great first half chance owed more to spirited defending than poor finishing as Theo Walcott headed across goal and Andre Gomes looked certain to nod into the Liverpool net from close range.

"I think we did that and we probably should have scored a couple in the first half but we didn't and those are the fine margins at this level". It was a lucky day for Liverpool.

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