Frustration for Liverpool in derby draw, City lambaste Arsenal
Soccer Football - Premier League - Everton v Liverpool - Goodison Park, Liverpool, Britain - October 17, 2020 Evertons Dominic Calvert-Lewin horde their final goal Pool via REUTERS/Laurence Griffiths
MANCHESTER, England (Reuters) - Liverpool were left frustrated after a 2-2 originate at Everton in the Merseyside derby on Saturday with VAR presiding out a covert winner from Jordan Henderson in stoppage occasion and solution defender Virgil troop Dijk suffering a knee injury.
Raheem Sterling grabbed the winner as Manchester City lash Arsenal 1-0 in their Premier League clash at The Etihad and a unpunctual equaliser from Jannik Vestergaard earned Southampton a 3-3 invent away to Chelsea.
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Manchester United recovered from an early hold goal to thwack Newcastle United 4-1 in the sundown kick-off.
Liverpool, calmness smarting from a 7-2 mauling at Aston Villa before the international break, got the absolute kindle in the third minute when Sadio Mane put them ahead, driving home a low petulant from Andy Robertson.
Centre-back Van Dijk, so finance to Liverpools defensive solidity last season, then had to go off injured after a madcap challenge from home goalkeeper Jordan Pickford.
Carlo Ancelottis Everton element soon took welfare of the Dutchmans absence when defender Michael Keane rose at the approaching pillar to tightness a header bygone keeper Adrian from a corner in the 19th minute.
Mohamed Salah restored Liverpools cause in the 72nd but early season pacesetters Everton drew level nine minutes later with a header by Dominic Calvert-Lewin, the England strikers 10th goal in seven games in all competitions this season.
Evertons Brazil forward Richarlison was then sent off in the 90th minute after a barbarous challenge on Thiago Alcantara.
Liverpool conception they had won the entertainment in restrict time through Henderson but VAR ruled that Mane was narrowly offside and the goal was chalked off.
"The picture I aphorism now once on the laptop, there is no armpit, there is nothing, we are licit not offside," said Liverpools bemused employer Juergen Klopp.
"Since then I had around ten interviews and everybody tells me it was not offside and that doesnt hoist my mood obviously," added the German.
Everton remain first of the table on 13 points, three ahead of second-placed Liverpool.
Pep Guardiola came up censure his terminated assistant Mikel Arteta at The Etihad and feasibly not surprisingly it was a tactical encounter won by a stillness finish from Sterling.
Sterling slotted home the only goal in the 23rd minute after a Phil Foden shot was parried by Arsenal keeper Bernd Leno at the end of a flowing City counter-attack.
But City had their keeper Ederson to thank after he was express off his column to refute Bakary Sako and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang.
"Ederson is an incredible keeper for us," uttered Guardiola. "He is fantastic as a professional. He is so good. They were two incredible saves".
A unpunctual burst of goals gave Manchester United a much-needed 4-1 win at Newcastle United, with Bruno Fernandes production up for a missed second-half penalty by putting his feature ahead in the 86th minute.
The visitors had missing overdue to an early Luke Shaw keep goal, but leader Harry Maguire put them merit with a header midway through the elite half and Aaron Wan-Bissaka and Marcus Rashford added goals in second-half stoppage point to full the rout.
Southampton came from overdue twice at Chelsea despite Timo Werner scoring two adept fellow goals for the home side, his boon strikes in the Premier League.
Werner, who moved to Stamford Bridge from RB Leipzig in June, opened the scoring with a talented goal in the 15th minute and another in the 28th when he lobbed nearing keeper Alex McCarthy and then headed into the withdraw goal.
The Germany striker should have had a third in the 40th minute but he blazed the round over the fastening and three minutes following Southampton pulled one back when Danny Ings rounded keeper Kepa Arrizabalaga to score.
Southamptons positive suggestion was rewarded in the 57th minute when Chelsea defender Kurt Zouma misjudged a backpass and Kepa missed the orb which Che Adams blasted home.
The hosts struck back immediately with a well worked goal, the influential Werner crossing for Kai Havertz to attain his posses boon Premier League goal with a ingenuous tap-in.
But the Saints struck again in added circumstance to entrust Frank Lampard concerned about the errors his Chelsea span made.
"We can do better... We want to be more solid and moulding companion mistakes gives additional teams chances," he said.
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