- Everton vs Liverpool had all the pre-match razzmatazz as the Premier League encounter was explosive from start to finish
- In what could be described as a battle, Mohamed Salah found the back of the net twice in the game to inspire his side to victory
- Henderson and Diogo Jota were also on the scoresheet for the Reds as Liverpool continue their chase for the Premier League
Liverpool maintain their impressive form in the English Premier League on Wednesday night, December 1, following a 4-1 win over Everton at Goodison Park.
Sky Sports reports that Jurgen Klopp’s men were rewarded with their early dominance in stunning fashion by captain Jordan Henderson who opened the scoring in the 9th minute.
Henderson put the ball out to Mane and Jota on the left and arrived late at the end of the area to dispatch Robertson's cut-back with a wonderous left-footed finish.
And 10 minutes later, it was 2-0 as Everton were torn apart on the counter as Liverpool doubled their advantage.
Henderson released Mohamed Salah behind Digne, who was woefully out of position, and the Egyptian streaked into the area before opening up his body and curling another stunning effort beyond Pickford.
The hosts then pulled one back in the 38th minute after Richarlison received the ball in the final third and wasted no time getting his head up and releasing Demarai Gray in behind.
From there on it was all Gray's work as he kept his composure and slot Everton's first goal in five-and-a-half hours of football through the legs of Alisson to make it 2-1.
Just after the hour mark, Liverpool restored their two-goal lead thanks to the opportunism of Mohamed Salah - but it was gift-wrapped from Everton.
It all came from an Everton corner, which is cleared to Gray, who then offloaded the captain Coleman.
The pass back does Coleman no favours and his heavy touch was pounced on by Salah. From there on it was world-class from Salah, as he raced away from Coleman and then slotted his second home past Pickford making it 3-1.
Diogo Jota then sealed the win with a fantastic goal in the 79th minute after he had back to goal when he collected Robertson's pass on the left-hand to fire an unstoppable finish past Pickford from an acute angle. It ended; Everton 1-4 Liverpool.
Chelsea emerge best club of 2021
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that Chelsea were named the 2021 Club of the Year at the Ballon d'Or awards ceremony hosted at the Theatre du Chatelet in Paris on the night of Monday, November 29.
The Blues had a successful 2021, with both the men's and women's teams shining.
Success for the academy, women's and men's team subsequently saw Chelsea bag the inaugural award at the gala night.
Source: Sports Brief News