A insane 96th-minute victor from Divock Origi in the Merseyside derby is now in the past, and it is time for the Reds to refocus and keep Manchester City on their toes at the top of the table. "I was aware that I needed to have the patience to wait for my moment, but I'm happy at Liverpool - there's no reason for me to leave". "It's a really tough place to go".
Divock Origi was the unlikely hero at Anfield as he scored from inches out in the 96th minute to ensure the gap between Liverpool and Premier League leaders Manchester City remains at two points. Three games a week in mid-season is still a challenge, but it is much better - in the beginning, you can not really train because you play important games always.
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He apologise immediately after the game and news of an FA charge, as expected arrived yesterday. I know of the results of Burnley, but when you make the analysis it is how it is - the situation of Burnley, I think everybody knew before the season it was a big challenge for them with the Europa League qualification. "There are a lot of emotions in those moments".
"I know when I did it I was not happy to have done that, so I can understand (Everton manager) Marco Silva, (then Southampton boss Mauricio) Pellegrino when it happens".
We will have our day ladies & gents, in the space of four months, Silva has transformed us into a team who can firstly compete, then move onto the next step of standing toe to toe at away grounds of the top 4-6. Virg [van Dijk], whatever it was in the moment it left the foot, I thought it's over. Now we have to be ready.
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It could have gone either way for Liverpool against Everton but they found a way to win.
With the ball looking as if it might hit the crossbar, the England man pushed the ball upwards and presented Divock Origi with a simple headed finish into an open net to seal a 1-0 win.
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.
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