Everton maintains the form to produce a draw

Dominic Calvert Lewin’s late match goal secured the league toppers position at safe. A home draw against Liverpool granted them a valuable one point with Carlo Ancelotti well convinced by the performance. The lack of training and rest because of the last two weeks international fixtures was evident enough in the performance of both teams.

For Liverpool, Mane and Thiago started for the Reds to bring the top form. Liverpool suffered an 8-2 defeat against Aston Villa with these two players were out of the team for testing positive for COVID-19. Mane opens the scoring at 3rd minute of the game from Robertson’s assist. An early lead put the defending champions mentally ahead of the hosts. Everton, a little tensed by the early blow from the Anfield club but found the momentum at the 19th minute through Keane’s header goal. James Rodriguez handed the assist from the corner.


When the second half is nearing to the 27th minute, Egyptian Mohammed Salah strikes to lead the match for the second time. 100th goal for Salah in the Liverpool jersey and his performance was awarded the Man of The Match.

With 9 minutes remaining in the clock, Dominic Calvert Lewin levelled the score for Everton. Soon after equalizing the Richarlison was got a sent off from the referee for the dangerous challenge to foul Thiago. As the match progressed to the injury time, captain Jordan Henderson nets the third goal from the box, later judged by the match referee as offside through VAR dexision.