Liverpool FC loses 2-0 to Everton – 4th home bankruptcies in a row, last in 1923

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Liverpool FC loses 2-0 to Everton - 4th home bankruptcies in a row, last in 1923


Merseyside-Derby

 The  English champions FC Liverpool have suffered their fourth defeat in a row in the Premier League. In the local derby against FC Everton, coach Jürgen Klopp’s troubled team lost 2-0 (1-0) on Saturday. It was also the Reds’ fourth consecutive home defeat – the last time it happened almost 100 years ago in December 1923 – and the first win for Everton at Anfield in over 20 years.

After a few minutes, Everton took the lead through Richarlison (3rd minute). James Rodríguez hung up on the Brazilian. © www.de24.news

 The  former Hoffenheim Gylfi Sigurdsson (83.) made a penalty for the final score after Dominic Calvert-Lewin was fouled by Trent Alexander-Arnold. © www.de24.news

 The  narrow decision on the penalty kick was confirmed by the video referee.


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Liverpool slipped further into the crisis. © www.de24.news

 The  champions, who won 2-0 against RB Leipzig in the Champions League during the week, revealed similar problems as in previous league games. Although the Klopp-Elf controlled the ball, it was too rarely dangerous and repeatedly showed weaknesses in defense. Liverpool are sixth with 40 points, followed directly by rivals Everton, who are tied for points and coached by Carlo Ancelotti.

Torres, Carroll and Co .: Liverpool FC’s record entries

15. Luis Suárez | 10/11 for € 26.5 million from Ajax Amsterdam

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14. Georginio Wijnaldum | 16/17 for € 27.5m from Newcastle United

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13. Adam Lallana | 14/15 for € 31m from Southampton FC

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12. Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain | 17/18 for € 38 million from Arsenal FC

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11. Fernando Torres | 07/08 for € 38m from Atlético Madrid

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10. Andy Carroll | 10/11 for € 41m from Newcastle United

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9. Roberto Firmino | 15/16 for € 41 million from 1899 Hoffenheim

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8. Sadio Mané | 16/17 for € 41.2m from Southampton FC

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7. Mohamed Salah | 17/18 for € 42 million from AS Roma

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6. Diogo iota | 20/21 for € 44.7 million from Wolverhampton

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5. Fabinho | 18/19 for € 45 million from AS Monaco

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4. Christian Benteke | 15/16 for € 46.5 million from Aston Villa

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3. Naby Keïta | 18/19 for € 60 million from RB Leipzig

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2. Alisson | 18/19 for € 62.5 million from AS Roma

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Current market value: € 80 million

1. Virgil van Dijk | 17/18 for € 84.7m from Southampton FC

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