Everton vs Liverpool ending goalless draw
Liverpool – Merseyside derby match between Everton and Liverpool did not produce a winner and a goal. The Toffees and the Reds had to settle for a point after the game ending 0-0.
Although the status of the visitors, Liverpool little more dominated the game at Goodison Park on Sunday (02/08/2015) pm dawn. They excel possession 55:45 and create more opportunities. Noted there are 17 shots were fired Liverpool’s players and six of them lead to the goal. Meanwhile, Everton just respond by six shots and the only one that is right on target.
However, both teams are equally unable to maximize the chances that they earn. Scores of glasses did not change until the game is finished.
With this result, Liverpool still finished seventh in the Premier League standings with 39 points. The Everton are in the 12th position with 27 points.
Liverpool get his first chance in the eighth minute through cooperation Philippe Coutinho and Raheem Sterling. Sterling stayed facing the goalkeeper Joel Robles in the Everton penalty box, but the space tembaknya already closed. As a result, the solution did not lead to the goal and wide.
Moments later, Liverpool again threatened the Everton goal. This time free kick captain, Steven Gerrard. However, the execution of which led to the goal Gerrard pushed Joel.
Liverpool almost took the lead in the 27th minute. Jordon Ibe fired hard from outside the penalty box that can not be reached by Joel. But, the ball just hit the shot Ibe goalposts.
Entering the 36th minute, Liverpool get the chance again. Coutinho who controlled the ball outside the penalty box Everton fired, but Joel easily secured.
Until the referee blew the whistle signaled the end of the first half, both teams equally could not score. The score was still 0-0.
At the beginning of the second half, Everton chance to open the scoring with a free kick Kevin Mirallas. But, kick Mirallas still a little off the mark.
Liverpool’s turn to threaten when the game entered the 52nd minute. Coutinho Feedback received Sterling and second name subsequently fired a shot toward the goal. But, Joel easily anticipated.
Gerrard perform acrobatic stunts in the penalty box Everton moments later. Endanger the scissors kick home team’s goal, but the ball on the head of Steven Naismith and then slightly inflated.
New players Everton, Aaron Lennon, get a chance to score after he entered in the second half. However, his shot was still rising.
The combination of Daniel Sturridge, Gerrard, and Rickie Lambert generate opportunities for Liverpool in the 84th minute. However, completion Lambert too weak and could be stopped Joel.
Liverpool goalkeeper Simon Mignolet saved from being broken in the 87th minute. He showed a brilliant reflex when confront hard shot Seamus Coleman.
Not long after, turn Gerrard who turns threaten the Everton goal, but his shot was wide Sturridge forward pass.
Everton: Joel; Coleman, Stones, Jagielka, Oviedo; McCarthy, Besic (Alcaraz 86 ‘), Barry; Mirallas (Lennon 60 ‘), Lukaku, Naismith (Barkley 85’)
Liverpool: Mignolet; Can, Skrtel, Sakho; Ibe, Henderson, Lucas (Allen 16 ‘), Moreno; Gerrard, Sterling (Lambert 82 ‘), Coutinho (Sturridge 56’)