Richarlison’s opener after just three minutes and Gylfi Sigurdsson’s late penalty helped Everton record their first win over Liverpool at Anfield since 1999, also their first Merseyside derby win since 2010.
Seamus Coleman was part of the last Everton squad that won a Merseyside derby and he captained the side to history today in an empty Anfield stadium.
Liverpool’s 68 games unbeaten run was ended by Burnley, and since then they’ve lost four home games in a row, a feat occurring for the first time since 1923.
Liverpool and Everton are now tied on points, Liverpool are 6th with a superior goal advantage and Everton have a game in hand.
Klopp would be scratching his head after captain and makeshift centre back Jordan Henderson was injured. Klopp used his 18th centre back pairing this season today.