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Saturday 27 September 2014, 12:45
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  • Liverpool
  • Coutinho replaces Markovic 60'
  • Gerrard 65'
    Gerrard 67'
  • Lambert replaces Balotelli 88'
  • Moreno 93'
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  • Barry 2'
  • McGeady replaces Mirallas 31'
  • Browning replaces Hibbert 73'
  • Eto'o replaces Besic 80'
  • Jagielka 91'
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Starting XI - Liverpool: Mignolet, Skrtel, Lovren, Moreno, Manquillo, Lallana, Henderson, Markovic, Gerrard, Sterling, Balotelli Everton: Howard, Hibbert, Baines, Stones, Jagielka, McCarthy, Besic, Barry, Naismith, Mirallas, Lukaku

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    Second Half ends, Liverpool 1, Everton 1.

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    Attempt missed. Gareth Barry (Everton) right footed shot from the right side of the six yard box is close, but misses to the right. Assisted by Leighton Baines following a set piece situation.

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    Yellow Card

    Alberto Moreno (Liverpool) is shown the yellow card for a bad foul.

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    Romelu Lukaku (Everton) wins a free kick on the right wing.

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    Foul by Alberto Moreno (Liverpool).

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    Goal

    Goal! Liverpool 1, Everton 1. Phil Jagielka (Everton) right footed shot from outside the box to the top right corner.

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    Corner

    Corner, Everton. Conceded by Steven Gerrard.

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    Substitution

    Substitution, Liverpool. Rickie Lambert replaces Mario Balotelli.

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    Attempt missed. Aiden McGeady (Everton) right footed shot from outside the box misses to the right. Assisted by Leighton Baines.

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    Foul by Leighton Baines (Everton).

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4-2-3-1
  • Mignolet
  • Moreno
  • Lovren
  • Skrtel
  • Manquillo
  • Gerrard
  • Henderson
  • Lallana
  • Sterling
  • Coutinho
  • Lambert
4-3-3
  • Howard
  • Baines
  • Jagielka
  • Stones
  • Browning
  • Barry
  • McCarthy
  • Eto'o
  • McGeady
  • Lukaku
  • Naismith
Liverpool Everton
Mignolet 22 24 Howard
Lovren 6 2 Hibbert (Browning 73'')
Yellow CardGerrard 8 3 Baines
Henderson 14 6 Jagielka
Yellow CardMoreno 18 10 Lukaku
Manquillo 19 11 Mirallas (McGeady 31'')
Lallana 20 14 Naismith
Sterling 31 16 McCarthy
Skrtel 37 17 Besic (Eto'o 80'')
Balotelli (Lambert 88'') 45 18 BarryYellow Card
Markovic (Coutinho 60'') 50 26 Stones
Substitutions
Jones 1 1 Robles
José Enrique 3 4 Gibson
Kolo Touré 4 5 Eto'o
Lambert 9 7 McGeady
Coutinho 10 21 Osman
Lucas Leiva 21 27 Browning
Suso 30 30 Alcaraz

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A stunning volleyed injury time leveller from Phil Jagielka earned Everton a point in the 223rd Merseyside derby.

Everton trailed to a 64th minute Steven Gerrard free-kick before the skipper’s brilliant 30-yard-drive secured a point - just as it seemed time was running out for the boys in blue.

The home side had enjoyed the bulk of the chances with Tim Howard producing several good first-half saves.

The Blues’ best moments had been an early penalty shout and a couple of long range efforts until the skipper’s late intervention.


Earlier there had been bad news when Kevin Mirallas was stretchered off after pulling up holding his hamstring.

The game had barely kicked off when a lunging challenge from Gareth Barry on Adam Lallana earned the first yellow card.

Everton’s tactics saw Romelu Lukaku deployed wide on the right, a position from which he surged into the box and had an early penalty shout declined by ref Martin Atkinson. Replays showed that Reds left-back Alberto Moreno was pulling the striker’s arm.

Jagielka nets a stunner

And then Liverpool had successive penalty claims for handball turned down eight minutes in as the atmosphere ratcheted up another notch.

Seconds later Barry was on a last warning after he fouled Balotelli having been robbed by the Italian when trying to play out of defence.

The extrovert frontman tested Howard with a bending effort from the resultant free-kick, with a Lallana header from the subsequent corner requiring another excellent diving stop from the American.

Everton worked hard on retaining possession and gradually achieved a foothold in the game, with Simon Mignolet pressed into his first action by a Lukaku shot from the edge of the box on 21 minutes.

Next Leighton Baines got to the byline but couldn’t pick out a Blue shirt with his centre.

At the other end, Jordan Henderson’s stinging shot was fisted away by Howard. 

Then, on the half hour mark, came a blow for Everton when Mirallas pulled up while galloping down the left. Seeing him stretchered off with an apparent hamstring injury was painful for the nearby Evertonians. Aiden McGeady replaced the Belgian.

At the end of the half Howard was required again to deny Raheem Sterling after Barry had given the ball away cheaply in midfield.

More soft Liverpool penalty claims at the start of the second half but neither side was able to quickly carve out a decent sight of goal until Naismith fired a decent effort on goal just after the hour mark.

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Then the deadlock was broken. Baines fouled Balotelli on the edge of the box and Gerrard - anonymous up to that point - curled home.

Lukaku couldn’t crane his neck to connect to a cross for what would have been an immediate equaliser.

As the game exploded into life, Balotelli hit the bar from five yards from Sterling’s cross.

Roberto Martinez handed Tyias Browning a senior debut to remember by bringing him on for the last 18 minutes in place of Hibbert.

The Goodison chief’s final change saw Samuel Eto’o introduced and the Cameroonian immediately sent in a speculative long range drive.

And so it came down to a late push in added time. McGeady recycled an over-hit cross and returned to to the box where Dejan Lovren nodded it to apparent safety.

But no. It fell perfectly for the England international who met it as it bounced and unleashed a searing drive into the roof of the net to spark wild scenes among the travelling Toffees.