Everton 2-2 Liverpool: Post Match Analysis| Henderson denied winner by dodgy VAR call derby thriller
Everton 2 Liverpool 2: Calvert-Lewin power header claws Toffees back into thrilling derby as Henderson winner disallowed
JORDAN PICKFORD was the hero AND the villain of the piece as Everton twice came from behind to guarantee top spot in the Premier League for another week.
Pickford made three world class saves to prevent the Toffees crashing to yet another Merseyside derby defeat.
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It looked alike an automatic red card for Pickford too.
The incident was sent to VAR – but amazingly, they did not regard it as serious foul play, and Michael Oliver did not even book the error-prone Toffees keeper.
And after making the most of his escape by proving his brilliance as a shot-stopper, VAR came to Pickford’s rescue again.
He flapped at Jordan Henderson’s stoppage time shot, and allowed it to squirm into the net.
But Mane was controversially ruled offside before he squared the ball to his captain, and the goal was ruled out.
It looked like justice would be done when Mo Salah smashed home his 100th goal for Liverpool 18 minutes from time.
But another man who cannot stop scoring, Dominic Calvert-Lewin, levelled again with a thumping header nine minutes later.
That was his tenth goal of the season for the Toffees – on top of his first international goal for England against Wales.
Richarlison could have no complaints when he was sent off a couple of minutes before the end, and there was still time for that final piece of controversy surrounding Henderson’s potential winner.
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