PREMIER LEAGUE. Mohamed Salah guides Liverpool to derby victory against ten Everton men, Amadou Onana cannot prevent defeat


The international break is over, time for club football. In the English Premier League there were a lot of nice posters on the program on Saturday: the derby between Liverpool and Everton with Red Devil Amadou Onana, Manchester City with Jérémy Doku against Brighton and also the top match between Chelsea and Arsenal. An overview.

Liverpool-Everton 2-0

With a win in The Merseyside derby, Liverpool virtually climbs to first place in the Premier League. It was not easy against Everton, but Ashley Young did lend a hand by receiving his second yellow card just before half time for a stupid tackle on Luis Diaz.

Yet the opening goal only came fifteen minutes before the end after Liverpool were awarded a penalty for a handball by Everton defender Michael Keane. Who else than Mohamed Salah put the 1-0 on the board. With one man down, Everton did not even come close to an equalizer and at the end Salah made it 2-0 with his seventh competition goal of the season.


Red Devil Amadou Onana, who accidentally came into contact with the boards during the second half, was taken off ten minutes before the end. Everton only has seven points after nine games and is in danger of having to fight relegation again, just like last season.


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