Moments that you could have missed in the merseyside derby
Liverpool could have heaped pressure on Allardyce and would have done had they showed the ruthlessness in the first half that saw them overwhelm Manchester City four days earlier. Dominic Solanke was willing but he was not a like-for-like replacement for the injured Mohamed Salah.
But Everton finished the stronger and a late aerial bombardment really should have secured their first victory over their neighbours since October 2010 but both Cenk Tosun and Dominic Calvert-Lewin squandered chances that left Goodison Park howling in despair.
Predictably, Klopp shuffled his starting line-up; five changes were made to the team that had beaten Manchester City, the most significant being in attack, but the alterations never disrupted Liverpool’s rhythm or the way they played.