- Alisson BECKER
- Joe GOMEZ
- Joel MATIP
- Ibrahima KONATE
- Kostas TSIMIKAS
- Jordan HENDERSON
- Curtis JONES
- Diogo JOTA
- Roberto FIRMINO
- Darwin NUNEZ
- Andrew ROBERTSON
- Mohamed SALAH
- James MILNER
- Cody GAKPO
Unused subs: Kelleher, Carvalho, Arthur, Phillips, Alexander-Arnold
65’ Mohamed SALAH Roberto FIRMINO
66’ Andrew ROBERTSON Kostas TSIMIKAS
79’ James MILNER Curtis JONES
79’ Cody GAKPO Darwin NUNEZ
Liverpool shite. Chelsea Shite. Lee Mason shite and a cunt.
Fuck, that was grim.
MOTM: anyone who watched the whole ninety minutes. You all deserve a bottle of champagne.
Fcuking muck.Absolutly ridiculous .We lost 4-1 on Saturday but played better than tonight
wonderful game to watch,
full of flair, technique and passion,
didnt want the match to end,
can’t decide between Fab or Hendo for MOTM.
2 bald, blind men fighting over a comb.
We didn’t lose and kept a clean sheet. Any other positives?
We weren’t good, Chelsea were no better. 0:0 seems an inevitable result.
You ever seen 22 grown men afraid of their own shadow? That’s the game today
Everton would make a DVD out of a display like that.
Sarcasm?,need i ask?
Decent result, saw fight from the team today.
Lot of people haven’t yet accepted the season we’ve had and seem to think we can just turn it on whenever and blow teams away, no.
Ibou Fab and Hendo were shocking.
Rest did as good as they could’ve.
Ali again showing why he’s the best of the best.
Not sure why Fab and Jota didn’t come off instead but there you go.
Honestly, I would have taken a draw before the match.
The first half performance was awful. The second hand half much better.
I think Klopp gambled with that line-up and won.
Two drunks fighting over half a pint.
Good draw for us, Gomez man of the match. Onwards and onwards.
They all look the same
Klopp needs some help, someone to challenge his blind loyalty, to challenge why his subs don’t impact a game, to challenge why we come out second half half asleep.
Hendo,Jota and Fabinho staying on and taking off Nunez and Jones stinks of favouritism.