Negative equality in the “Merseyside Derby” between Everton and his Liverpool opponent prevailed on Sunday in the 30th round of the English Premier League.
Liverpool have remained square at the head after increasing their score to 83 points, surpassing 23 points compared to their closest chase, Manchester City, titular holder of the last two seasons, who will host Burnley on Monday in the same round.
Reds – who scored her first appearance in the competition after her recent recovery – failed to maintain her winning streak and break the team’s own records, as she only needed 5 points in his eight remaining games to officially crown the title absent from his treasury 30 years ago, without waiting for the results of the rest of his competitors.
However, Everton raised his score to 38 points in 12th place.
Both teams failed to score during the match minutes after players of both teams missed many of the easy opportunities available to them throughout the two halves of the match, so each team received an orphan point.
It became clear that the Reds were affected by the absence of their Egyptian international star Mohamed Salah, who was seated on the bench, because the German coach, Juergen Klopp, preferred that the team does not pay him for fear of worsening his injury, which prompted him to move away from training recently.