Liverpool custodian Loris Karius opens up on incredible save against Everton

Seamus Coleman of Everton battles for possesion with Leroy Sane of Manchester City during the Premier League match between Everton and Manchester City at Goodison Park
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08 April, 2018

Liverpool left Goodison Park with a point from their early afternoon clash with Everton, and although this was a hard-fought Merseyside derby, it was hard not to take this game in context with Jurgen Klopp's side's Champions League quarter-final tie with Manchester City.

Egypt winger Salah, the key figure in Liverpool's impressive campaign, was left out due to a minor groin injury as Jurgen Klopp tried to give his main man a chance to be fit for their decisive Champions League clash against Manchester City on Tuesday.

It's the all-important Merseyside derby at Goodison Park where Liverpool faces Everton on a crunch Saturday afternoon fixture.

But it wasn't all negative for the Reds, with several stars producing strong displays across the pitch.

Nathaniel Clyne makes his first senior appearance of the campaign at right-back, while Ragnar Klavan is a surprise inclusion on the left.

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The German manager was pleased with what he saw from his team for most of the game until the final 15 minutes when the Toffees showed resilience and put pressure on their rivals with multiple attempts on goal.

Sam Allardyce's side went closest to breaking the deadlock in the first half through Yannick Bolasie's curling effort which Loris Karius did well to tip away.

The Liverpool substitute was quickly into the action, firing a 25-yard effort over the bar, but there remained little sign of a break in the deadlock as the game reached its final quarter of an hour.

With no changes for either side at half-time, Liverpool came back out for the second half looking for more of the same.

"We wanted three points but at the end I think it's a fair result if you look at the whole game". We started it with the first pass which was not good and the second was not better.

Gini Wijnaldum comes into midfield, while there are starts in attack for both Danny Ings and Dominic Solanke. It got the crowd going, but they would not have a goal to cheer. We all have our targets that we need to have the players for.


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