Everton, Liverpool draw for the sixth time in last seven Merseyside derbies
LIVERPOOL, England (AP) — Everton and Liverpool drew 1-1 Sunday in the Premier League to keep
Liverpool went ahead in the 41st minute after
"I love every goal no matter what game it is," Ings said. "We fought from start to finish."
But any joy for Rodgers' team was short-lived as Liverpool characteristically let its lead disappear when
Everton dominated the second half but couldn't clinch the win at
Liverpool striker Daniel Sturridge, with three goals in his last three meetings against Everton, had a couple of early chances and Ings' angled volley dropped just over.
At the other end, Liverpool goalkeeper Simon Mignolet tipped over a free header from Steven Naismith, and then turned wide James McCarthy's drive.
Can needlessly got into a scuffle with Ross Barkley in the 33rd which resulted in both players getting yellow cards. The Germany international could easily have received a second caution for an overhead kick which connected with Gareth Barry but referee Martin Atkinson was lenient.
Everton's dominance after the interval saw the visitors lose their way entirely as long balls were pumped up to Ings to no avail.