Liverpool settles the Merseyside derby against Everton with the goals of Mohamed Salah and Jakpo


The Liverpool team achieved a valuable victory over Everton with two clean goals, in the match that took place in the twenty-third round of the English Premier League championship, at Anfield, to return the “Reds” once again to the winning streak after missing victory in five matches.


Mohamed Salah scored the first goal in the 36th minute, while the second goal for Liverpool came through Cody Jakobo in the 49th minute.


After the victory, Liverpool rose to ninth place in the Premier League standings with 32 points, while Everton ranked eighteenth with 18 points.


first half


D 18.. A dangerous attack by Liverpool after a cross from the left front by Darwin Nunez inside the penalty area, Cody Jakobo received it with a header that passed by the left post of goalkeeper Jordan Pickford.


D38.. Mohamed Salah scored the first goal for Liverpool after a quick counterattack that started with a solo kick from Darwin Nunez on the left front and ended with a cross on the edge of the penalty area, where Mohamed Salah managed to reach the ball and take advantage of the wrong advance from the goalkeeper and hit the goal hard.


Second half


D 49.. Cody Jacobo scored the second goal for Liverpool after an organized attack by Liverpool players, which Trent Arnold ended with a cross inside the penalty area, followed by Cody Jacobo with a direct shot at the goal.


D 65.. An attack by Mohamed Salah to penetrate the Everton penalty area from the right front, but he lost control of the ball, and it turned into a goal kick.


Liverpool team


Liverpool seeks to restore the winning streak in the English Premier League, as it has not achieved any victory since its victory over Leicester City, with two goals to one in the eighteenth round.


Mohamed Salah also hopes to return to scoring again in the English Premier League, as he missed scoring during the last five matches he played with his team after he scored his last goal against Wolverhampton in the FA Cup last January.

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