He beat Everton and after a long time Liverpool took a breather!

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It took a month and a half but she achieved her first championship race win in 2023 Liverpool beat Everton 2-0 and breathed his last a few days before the journey to Newcastle.

The “reds” entered the match strongly and missed their first chance in the 18th minute with Gakpo’s header. In the 36th minute, the “sweets” almost froze “Anfield”, but Tarkovsky’s header hit the post and ended up out.

Finally, seconds later, it was 1-0 for Liverpool, with Salah to score after a brilliant counter-attack and set-piece from Nunes – with Pickford out of position and unable to react.

The second half started with another goal for the home team, with Gakpo to finally score his first goal in a Liverpool shirt.

The 2-0 came after another terrific counter-attack, which ended in balls… take Alexander-Arnold’s cross to the Dutchman, who couldn’t miss from there in the 49th minute.

Núñez’s terrific spot kick in the 62nd minute was narrowly missed, with the visitors having a good moment with Davies in the 81st minute but not escaping defeat.

The 23rd matchday in detail:

Saturday (11/2)

West Ham-Chelsea 1-1

(28′ Emerson – 16′ Joao Felix)

Arsenal-Bradford 1-1

(66′ Trosar – 74′ Tony)

Crystal Palace-Brighton 1-1

(69′ Tomkins – 63′ March)

Leicester-Tottenham 4-1

(23′ Mendy, 25′ Maddison, 45+4′ Iheanacho, 81′ Barnes – 14′ Bedancourt)

Southampton-Wolves 1-2

(24′ Alkaras – 72′ aut. Bednarek, 87′ Joao Gomes)

Fulham-Nottingham Forest 2-0

(17′ Willian, 88′ Solomon)

Bournemouth-Newcastle 1-1

(30′ Senesi – 45+2′ Almiron)

Sunday (12/2)

Leeds-Manchester United 0-2

(80′ Rashford, 85′ Garnazzo)

Manchester City-Aston Villa 3-1

(4′ Rodri, 39′ Gudogan, 45+1′ pen. Mahrez – 61′ Watkins)

Monday (13/2)



Liverpool-Everton 2-0

(37′ Salah, 49′ Gakpo)

The schedule for the next (24th) matchday:

Saturday (18/2)



Aston Villa-Everton (14:30)

Brentford-Crystal Palace (17:00)

Brighton-Fulham (17:00)

Chelsea-Southampton (17:00)

Everton-Leeds (17:00)

Nottingham Forest-Manchester City (17:00)

Wolves-Bournemouth (17:00)

Newcastle-Liverpool (19:30)

Sunday (19/2)

Manchester United-Leicester (16:00)

Tottenham-West Ham (18:30)

Source: Sport Fm

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