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Liverpool denied derby win as VAR rules out Jordan Henderson strike to ensure Everton stay top

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“I genuinely believed today would be the day that we’d do it,”  Dominic Calvert-Lewin said of ending Everton’s lengthy winless streak in this fixture.

And so, 10 years to the day since Everton’s last win against Liverpool with the team looking better than they ever have during this decade, their wait for derby delight went on - but from the vantage point of being top of the table.



“The Henderson goal, I didn’t see offside, but maybe somebody can explain it to me?"



Virgil van Dijk tried to reach a corner delivery at the far post, but was aggressively scissored by the Everton stopper in a horrendous challenge.

Two very good teams - Liverpool’s midfield, led by the returning Jordan Henderson, imperious in the first half, with Everton lighting up the first stanza of the second half - were involved in a very good tussle.

That after losing their best defender - who had played every minute of the prior 74 league games - before double digits were even on the clock.

We played a really good game, our best away at Goodison since I am in Liverpool, but it is still 2-2 for different reasons…” The Senegal international was a menace in and out of possession.
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