Liverpool – Liverpool forward is not unbeaten record after only a goalless draw at Everton headquarters. Brendan Rodgers to call Liverpool have demonstrated exceptional performance.
At Goodison Park which ended Sunday (8/2) pm dawn, Liverpool overall play a more dominating. Statistics show that the Reds have a 55 percent control of the ball by creating 17 opportunities (6 on target) and one that is on the crossbar.
Across the camp, with 45 percent of possession Everton could only create opportunities, including six of the efforts that led to the goal.
This result makes Liverpool sit in seventh place with 39 points, four points adrift of Manchester United who occupy the fourth position but still possessed one game remaining. While with Arsenal at the top position, Liverpool only three points.
“I think we’ve played superbly throughout the match,” said Rodgers told Sky Sports. “The Games like these are always very stressful but I think that our football and how we survive from all this game has been incredible.”
“Everton could only make one shot lead into gawayng. Apart than that, we’ve played fantastic and maybe just a little fail around the penalty box. It is a collective effort very good team and we deserved at least a point.”
“Sometimes you need to have good luck or finishing touch to get the win. We were good in some areas, keeping control of the ball, too impatient. But as I’ve said that the last operand inflicted losses to us,” continued the former manager of Swansea City.
It is the last for the Merseyside Derby Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard. Gerrard will continue his career to MLS at the end of this season.
“I’m not going to complain because I think we’ve played unbelievable. Steve played surprisingly again, the level of work with the ball or without the ball so birlian. He is a team player and has been working hard every day,” said Rodgers.