Gini Wijnaldum Admits That Everton Were Tough As Liverpool Played Goalless.

Everton and Liverpool played a goalless draw on Sunday in the Merseyside derby.

The outcome of the match displeased both sides and both of them were not pleased to find the back of the net as Jurgen Klopp and Carlo Ancelotti shared the points.

Gigi wijnaldum left the bench to instil creativity in the middle of the park for Naby Keita.

The Dutch international expressed his dissatisfaction in the draw but admitted that they knew Everton prove to be a tough test.

The reds points saw them to extend their lead on top of the premier league to 24 points, they need just one point to claim the title from it’s current champions in Manchester City.

Liverpool are hoping to seal their first league title in 30 years with a win against Crystal palace at the Wembley stadium this week.

On Twitter, sharing some moments on the ball, he captioned: “Not the way we wanted to return, but we knew this could be a tough game. One point closer to our goal, we will refocus and be ready for the next match 💯💯 #EVELIV #MerseySideDerby”

Jurgen Klopp revealed that Muhamed Salah and Andy Robertson will be fit for the clash against Roy Hodgson Crystal palace sometime after the game.

Salah was an unused substitute while Robertson did not make the match day squad. The German tactician had doubts on both players fitness but admitted that they would be back.

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