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Everton v Liverpool

Goodison Park
23 Nov 2013, KO: 12:45

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Post We'll be back next Sunday with more live coverage when Liverpool take on Hull City at the KC Stadium. Thanks for following, YNWA
Post That's all from our live coverage from Goodison Park on the day the Reds and Blues played out a genuine derby classic
Post Full Brendan Rodgers quotes will be available on the Liverpoolfc.com homepage shortly
Post Rodgers on Mignolet: "He was brilliant and that's why we brought him here – he makes saves. There were a couple of moments on breakaways and he's a brilliant one-on-one goalkeeper, he's superb. When he was asked upon today, I thought he was excellent."
Post Rodgers: "We're disappointed because we were 2-0 up and should have gone to 3-1, that would have allowed us to control the game much better. After that, we went through a period of about 12 minutes where we just gave the ball away needlessly. We needed to show greater control of the game. That handed it back to Everton and they ended up getting an equaliser; we marked poorly and weren't strong enough on the corner, and Lukaku gets his header."
Post @TonyBarretTimes: Brendan Rodgers first words in the post match press conference: "Wow. My goodness. My heart has just stopped."
Post "A point away from home against a rival is always a very good result, but we’ll look back on it and think we could have won."
Post Brendan Rodgers: "It had everything. There was quality, there were happy moments and there was disappointment."
Post @philmcnulty: Everton 3 Liverpool 3 the final score. Great game - certainly carried the mark of Martinez and Rodgers in an attacking sense.
Post LFC had 11 shots this afternoon, EFC 18
Post The Reds made 29 tackles, winning 72.4 per cent of them. For the Blues, they made 24 and won 66.7 per cent
Post Everton played 384 passes, Liverpool 378
Post 50.7 per cent is the number of duels Liverpool won against their neighbours
Post The closeness of the game is reflected in the stats; Everton just shaded possession with 50.7 per cent
Post So a thrilling Merseyside derby ends in a draw after an end-to-end game at Goodison Park
94 FULL-TIME
93 Sturridge has the ball in the net from close range but he's flagged offside
92 Suarez volleys one at goal from a tight angle. Saved by Howard
90 Moses gets in ahead of Howard to meet Suarez's cross but heads over
90 Four minutes of added time to be played
89 Liverpool are level! Sturridge glances home a header from Gerrard's free-kick!
89 GOAL! Daniel Sturridge:
88 Substitution: Leon Osman for Kevin Mirallas:
85 ...headed away by Jagielka
84 Moses wins Liverpool a free-kick in a good position on the right
83 Substitution: John Stones for Steven Pienaar:
82 Everton have the lead as Lukaku powers home a header from a corner
82 GOAL! Romelu Lukaku:
82 Everton find themselves with a four-on-two counter-attack, but Mignolet saves from Deulofeu
81 Sturridge creates half a yard for a shot on the edge of the box, but he can't get any purchase on the effort
80 10 minutes of normal time remaining. Will there be a winner?
79 Substitution: Daniel Sturridge for Lucas Leiva:
79 First Booking: Luis Suarez:
78 Howard's point-blank range save denies Suarez's header from Gerrard's centre
78 ...which Everton clear and launch a counter-attack
77 Spell of Liverpool pressure results in a corner...
75 Liverpool are preparing Daniel Sturridge to enter the action
72 Liverpool are unable to clear an Everton free-kick after Mignolet saves from Barkley and the ball is worked to Lukaku, who side-foots home
72 GOAL! Romelu Lukaku:
70 Lukaku finds space in the box, but his low drive is stopped by Mignolet once more
68 Substitution: Victor Moses for Joe Allen:
68 Victor Moses being readied for LFC
67 First Booking: Lucas Leiva:
64 Another fine stop by Mignolet, this time denying Lukaku from close range
62 First Booking: Joe Allen:
60 Bad miss by Allen as he side-foots wide with the goal at his mercy after the ball breaks for him inside the box. Safe to say he won't want to see that one again...
58 Important interception by Johnson at the back post with Pienaar lurking
56 Superb football by Liverpool just breaks down at the last as Gerrard's layoff evades Coutinho. Lovely build up, though
53 Important stop from Mignolet keeps Liverpool's lead intact as Mirallas' pass sends Deulofeu through on goal, but his low effort is blocked by the boot of our goalkeeper
50 Substitution: Gerard Deulofeu for Leighton Baines:
49 Quite a bitty start to the second 45 here at Goodison
46 SECOND HALF: Liverpool resume the derby at Goodison Park
45 Liverpool schoolboy Jack Topping is currently on the pitch at Goodison Park singing 'Let It Be' - the song he's hoping to make Christmas No.1
45 @prenno: Typical Mersey derby fayre so far. Three goals, a couple of yellow cards - and some controversy. Second half has a bit to live up to
45 HALF-TIME
45 Baines plays a one-two with Pienaar and shoots...wide
44 Three minutes of added time to be played...
44 Lucas does well to steal in ahead of Lukaku and knock the ball behind for a corner
40 Good interception by Flanagan to thwart Mirallas from going through on goal
36 First Booking: Kevin Mirallas:
31 First Booking: Ross Barkley: Yellow for the Everton man for simulation after going to ground under a challenge from Lucas
29 Barkley shoots from range, but it's never troubling Mignolet as it sails high over the bar
27 Mirallas fires one towards the back post but it drifts away and behind for an LFC goal kick
26 Luis Suarez's goal makes him the Premier League's top scorer with nine
25 Flanagan does well to clear under pressure from Mirallas
23 ...cleared by Jagielka's header
23 Suarez wins a corner off Distin...
21 Good reflexes from Mignolet to turn Barkley's low drive around the base of the post
19 Suarez restores Liverpool's lead with a sublime free-kick that sails low around the wall and into the bottom corner. Magnificent
19 GOAL! Luis Suarez:
18 Suarez wins a free-kick about 25 yards from goal...
17 ‏@OptaJoe: 10 - This is the first Merseyside derby in the Premier League era to see both sides score in the opening 10 minutes. Drama.
15 Very frenetic opening here at Goodison, as you'd expect from a derby. Neither side really imposed themselves as yet, though
12 Lukaku is sent bounding through on goal from Pienaar's pass, but Mignolet is off his line swiftly to thwart his countryman
11 ...Liverpool scramble Baines' kick to safety
11 Everton win a corner...
8 Everton draw level almost instantly as Mirallas nips in ahead of Gerrard to turn home a loose ball in the box from Baines' free-kick
8 GOAL! Kevin Mirallas:
5 Liverpool have the lead in the Merseyside derby! Gerrard's deep corner finds Coutinho at the back post and he prods home unmarked
5 GOAL! Philippe Coutinho:
4 Liverpool have a corner...
3 Lukaku's attempted low cross is cleared into touch by Agger
1 KICK OFF: Everton get the 221st Merseyside derby underway at Goodison Park
1 Looks like Jon Flanagan will operate at left-back this afternoon, with Glen Johnson remaining on the right of the four-man defence
Pre The teams are making their way out onto the pitch. There's a great atmosphere inside Goodison
Pre @1stLadyOfFooty: SKIPPER'S STILL GOT IT! Gerrard has created more chances (29) than any other PL player this season. Four assists in his last six games #LFC
Pre ‏@Dirk_18_Kuyt: Come on the reds!!! I had great memories at Goodison park hopefully it will be same result today!!
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Pre Prior to kick-off, gamers can make pre-match predictions, choosing a first goalscorer, the first team to score, the half-time result, full-time result and the number of free-kicks or throw-ins each half.
Pre This is how King of the Kop works… during today’s match, supporters are asked to predict what will happen on the field next - whether it be a goal, a wide shot, a corner, a throw-in, a free-kick or a save.
Pre As the action unfolds at Goodison Park this afternoon, make sure you get involved in our King of the Kop game, which is new for the 2013-14 season, and see if you can predict what will happen next in the match.
Pre Everton subs: Robles, Heitinga, Jelavic, Deulofeu, Naismith, Osman, Stones.
Pre Everton team: Howard, Baines, Distin, Jagielka, Coleman, Barry, McCarthy, Pienaar, Barkley, Mirallas, Lukaku.
Pre Subs; Jones, Toure, Alberto, Moses, Sturridge, Sakho, Sterling.
Pre The Liverpool team in full is: Mignolet, Flanagan, Agger, Skrtel, Johnson, Lucas, Gerrard, Allen, Henderson, Coutinho, Suarez.
Pre TEAM NEWS: Brendan Rodgers makes two changes to his Liverpool team, with Joe Allen and Jon Flanagan handed starting places.
Pre You can also have your say on the derby on LFC TV by joining our post-match phone-in show; to get involved, simply phone 0845 234 4567 and speak to David Fairclough and Ronnie Whelan, email lfctv@liverpoolfc.com, text 60070 starting your message with the word 'KOP' or tweet @LFC.
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Pre Keep an eye on our Facebook, Twitter and Instagram accounts before, during and after the encounter, too, for photos, galleries, updates and much more.
Pre Check the Liverpoolfc.com homepage after kick-off for updated photos during the match, and when the game concludes we’ll provide a final-whistle match report and the thoughts of the manager from his press conference.
Pre Stay on this page throughout the day for minute-by-minute updates from Goodison Park, audio commentary, live in-play Opta statistics, league table and scores from elsewhere.
Pre @Djimi_Traore19: I will not miss the mersyside derby.set my Alarm clock for 4:45AM.come on liverpool#YNWA
Pre “I actually think that the Everton player who could make the biggest difference on Saturday is Ross Barkley,” he reflected. “I always think these fixtures mean more to Scousers than anyone else, they have to - and as a local lad and an Evertonian, no player in the Everton team will want to win more than him. He'll want to have a real influence on proceedings.”
Pre How are today’s opposition likely to shape up, though? We asked journalist and Everton supporter Martin O’Boyle to provide the lowdown from Goodison Park.
Pre The boss said: "With Jose out, I've got Aly Cissokho, who came in as cover, but I've also got other options like young Jon Flanagan. I'm not concerned about that position. Cissokho and Flanagan can both play there."
Pre At his pre-match press conference on Thursday, Rodgers explained that left-back Jose Enrique requires an operation on his ongoing injury. Subsequently, the 40-year-old discussed his options for replacing the Spaniard during the coming weeks.
Pre “It's more than three points - it's about bragging rights for the supporters, so when they go into work on the Monday morning, or go out on Saturday night, they can be proud of their team and how they fought for the result.”
Pre The manager sat down with Liverpoolfc.com earlier this week to discuss the derby; "It's more than a game - it's a game you're representing the shirt and your supporters in, and of course one you want to win,” he said.
Pre Team news will arrive at around 11.45am, with our official channels – website and social media – the only place to get Rodgers’ confirmed XI from the away dressing room before anywhere else.
Pre The action gets underway on the other side of Stanley Park at 12.45pm GMT, but tune into LFC TV from 11.45am for pre-match build-up to the big game.
Pre Brendan Rodgers, meanwhile, is preparing for his third experience of the historic clash; the Northern Irishman oversaw a 2-2 draw at Goodison Park and a goalless stalemate at Anfield in 2012-13.
Pre After two weeks without domestic football due to the international break, the Premier League campaign resumes with the first Merseyside derby of the season and the first for Everton boss Roberto Martinez.
Pre Welcome to the Liverpoolfc.com match centre on a day when Merseyside comes to a standstill – it’s the 221st derby, Everton v Liverpool, with the Reds aiming for top spot in the Barclays Premier League.
KICK OFF: Everton get the 221st Merseyside derby underway