Liverpool stun Everton, Arsenal and Chelsea win

Mae Harvey
December 3, 2018

Klopp ran onto the pitch to celebrate with Reds goalkeeper Alisson Becker when substitute Origi punished a mistake by Jordan Pickford by heading home in stoppage time.

"You must win the derby so it's something that pushes us as players from deep inside to give more".

We played well today, a content style that I have not seen us play for many a year, at Anfield especially, a freak goal has undone us which was a sickener.

"I'd like to start these notes by thanking Seamus Coleman for the solidarity he has shown in supporting Sean Cox as he continues his long road to recovery from the injury he so tragically sustained while visiting Liverpool from Ireland to support our club in a football match".

In the most freakish turn of events, forgotten man Divock Origi came to Liverpool's rescue and scored a 95th minute victor, to close the gap on Manchester City at the top of the Premier League to just two points.

'I don't say it was a lack of respect because I didn't see it. It's football. I can not tell you if it was any disrespect because I didn't see it.

The City manager said: "I did it against Southampton".

Everton had produced an admirable performance and could have ended their infamous Anfield hoodoo had they taken one of their numerous first-half chances, but just as it looked as if they had done enough for a point, Liverpool snatched all three in stunning circumstances.

Toffees manager Silva, however, claimed the Reds boss "did not apologise to me". It was a lucky day for him this afternoon.

And despite losing the match in gut wrenching fashion in the final seconds, much credit has to go to Marco Silva and his men for making the derby a tightly contested affair right till the very end.

"Immediately after the game I apologised to Marco Silva when we spoke to each other", said Klopp.

A set-piece presented Everton with the game's first chance with just four minutes gone as Lucas Digne swung in a well-worked free-kick and defender Yerry Mina rose from a group of players but saw his attempt fly well wide. When Lookman has the ball at his feet you get the feeling anything can happen, and I hope we keep hold onto him and see him flourish.

"It's not something you can learn and train and get better from".

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