Frank Lampard has held Jurgen Klopp as Everton and Liverpool settle for a 0-0 draw in the Merseyside derby, MySportDab reports.
The match began with Liverpool dominating possession. 11 minutes into the game, Liverpool were up with 83% of the possession.
Everton continues to hold on firmly, trying to catch their opponents on the counter.
Liverpool was the better side as they compelled their opponent to retreat to the defense, but Everton was equally dangerous on the counter-attack.
A pulsating and high-pitched game. Liverpool came close to a chance in the 43rd minute.
It was Darwin Nunez’s shot in the 43rd-minute finger-tipped by Pickford onto the crossbar.
Luis Diaz fired again, but it went for the near post. The first half ended in a barren draw
The second half started with Liverpool mounting intense pressure on their opponents.
Pickford had to make a lot of saves to keep off the pressure from a highly overwhelming Liverpool side.
It was 0-0 as the game entered the 70th minute, but Everton had scored in the 67th minute but was ruled out by VAR.
A good counter-attack from Everton led to a clear-cut chance for Gana, but his shot deflected off the goalkeeper for a corner kick.
It was still Liverpool 0-0Everton, with the game approaching the 80th minute.
Liverpool was on top of the match so far but have wasted a lot of chances with Pickford being the messiah for Everton.
The match turned end-to-end with bother sides not finding a goal as the match finally ended in a barren draw.