Alisson angers Everton as Diogo Jota leaves Liverpool fans baffled

Liverpool enjoyed an unforgettable 239th derby match on Merseyside as they jumped to the famous win over Everton.

Mohamed Salah scored twice, Jordan Henderson and Diogo Jota also in the name of reds Believer 4-1 victory Wednesday night.

The result means Jurgen Klopp The team has now lost only once in 30 games and remains two points behind Chelsea, the Premier League leaders.

But there were plenty of things that went unnoticed or under the radar during Goodison’s 90 minutes.

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Alison’s alarms

Alison Becker may not have had much to do in terms of saves, but that doesn’t mean he wasn’t busy.

During the second half, he infuriated the home fans by kicking a plastic bottle in their direction after it was thrown into the penalty area from the end of Gwladys Street.

Everton fans became angry after the Liverpool goalkeeper exchanged jerseys from his compatriot Richarlison after the match.

It was a rare moment in which the Blues player approached the goalkeeper.

Thiago is not upset

Liverpool’s victory came on the basis of a superb display in the first half hour.

With the Reds in complete control, Everton fans decided to take matters into their own hands – literally – by snatching the match ball after the home side had to clear another corner.

After a delay, a new ball was introduced. Several minutes later, the old player was thrown onto the field as Thiago Alcantara fired a shot on goal.

The Spaniard is still able to get his shot off the distance. Skilled professional.

Leave the alternatives in the cold

The Reds acted like a team that really got along with each other.

However, this was not always the case at Goodison.

During the warm-up period, the main players decided they had had enough and went back down the tunnel.

However, no one seems to have told the substitutes, who were on the field for two minutes before realizing they were the best.

Jota celebrates

There was no doubt about the quality of Diogo Jota’s shot which culminated in a superb display from Liverpool.

But there was less certainty about the celebration that followed than the Portuguese.

Was it a crocodile? Was it a tribute to Baby Shark? Or is it a tribute from the FIFA video game series?

Given Jota’s love for the EA Sports product, you wouldn’t bet he’d be the last.


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