With goals from Robertson and Origi in the Liverpool vs Everton duel, the Reds beat the Toffees and sent them to the 18th position in the overall standings, ready to relegation.
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The match was hard fought from start to finish, but the game plan of Klopp, a much more experienced manager than Lampard, was much better.
However, Everton put up a fight as the Reds' first goal came in the 62nd minute, with the second goal coming outside normal time. However, this resistance did not help them win their match.
And with only a few games left in the Premier League, it looks difficult for Frank Lampard's team to avoid relegation, taking into account that their next two rivals are Chelsea and Leicester City.
Everton currently has 8 wins, 5 draws and 19 defeats, making it clear that Lampard's arrival may have come too late to save a team condemned by Rafa Benitez's bad decisions.
Here are the goals by Andrew Robertson and Divock Origi
The Reds' first goal came in the 62nd minute when a coordinated Liverpool attack left the Everton defense confused, and that's when Mohamed Salah sent a pass into the center of the box, which found the head of Robertson.
The player connected with force and precision and in this way the 1-0 was installed on the scoreboard of the match, which made the whole Anfield shout the goal at the top of its lungs. And that would not be the only goal for the Reds.
In the 85th minute, Origi would do the same when Luis Diaz took a corner kick, which caused the ball to rebound and Origi took advantage of it to head it into the right corner, putting the final 2-0 on the scoreboard.
In this way, Liverpool would close their home victory, while Everton must already be thinking about their next matches to fight to avoid relegation.
Everton, is a few weeks away from the relegation
Everton's journey in this Premier League season has practically turned into a nightmare, and not even the arrival of Frank Lampard to the manager's bench has managed to stop their relegation spiral.
It was thought that with the arrival of the Chelsea historian the Toffees could probably get back to winning ways, but the club has been unable to be consistent this season, suffering two defeats for every two wins or draws.
If the club does not improve severely in the coming weeks, it is likely to be one of the teams that will be relegated this season.