As recently as two weeks ago, with preseason optimism buried under an avalanche of dismal defeats and performances, Everton were a team in chaos and seemingly destined to spend the remainder of the season scrapping at the foot of the league table.
Everton began November in the relegation zone and ended it with a 4-1 loss at Southampton. That marked the lowest point of a startling run of form that yielded just three wins in 18 matches. This was a team in freefall, losing 12 of those 18 matches and...
Andrew Robertson says Liverpool had enough opportunities in front of goal to win two matches during their frustrating 1-1 draw with Everton on Sunday.
Liverpool had 79 percent of possession at Anfield, but could only manage three shots on target against Sam Allardyce's defensive side.
Mohamed Salah gave Liverpool the lead late in the first half before Wayne Rooney netted a controversial penalty in the 77th minute to leave Everton and their travelling supporters delighted with the point earned.