Liverpool and Everton had to make do with a portion of the riches after a commonly red hot Merseyside derby finished goalless.

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  The Toffees verged on opening the scoring in the primary half when Tom Davies hit the upstanding.

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 Blunt Lampard's side likewise thought they had scored late in the second just for a VAR look at to govern a Conor Coady strike for offside.

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 Yet, this was nobody sided challenge, with Darwin Nunez and Luis Diaz both striking the woodwork one after another for the Reds in the opening 45 minutes

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 Mohamed Salah then did likewise in the fifth moment of time added on as Liverpool verged on winning it.

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 In that capacity, the two groups could feel they merited their point, regardless of whether it is an outcome neither would welcome.

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 For Liverpool, a draw stretched out a sketchy beginning to the season in which they have proactively lost critical ground on the early pioneers.

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 What's more, Everton was left to consider a fourth successive association attraction that leaves them the lower spans of the Premier League table.

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