Origi followed instinct in derby of Liverpool

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Liverpool is no damage on in the crazy derby against Everton thanks to a late hit of Origi

The derby of Liverpool headed for a 0-0 draw, to the slotseconde of the contest. “Incredible”, stammered Origi, who in the 84th minute in the field had come for Roberto Firmino. “Derby’s are always special. I already had a couple of played and two times scored against Everton. But this was by far my biggest hit.”

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The extra time was actually already expired when Liverpool have a free-kick was allowed to take. The defence of Everton headed the ball away, exactly for the feet of Virgil van Dijk. His shot failed completely and went high in the air, but goalkeeper Jordan Pickford verkeek there. Through his fingertips, and the bar ended up with the ball to Origi, who is 1-0 inkopte. “I followed my instinct. I was very hungry and wanted the team would love to help. It turned out that ball exactly for me,” said the Belgian, in his first appearance this season in the Premier League as the celebrated man.

A crazy end of the game, but not a miracle according to Virgil van Dijk in conversation with Ziggo Sport. “It was a tough match, but I think we deserved to have won. In phases, we had the difficult and Everton has a good team, but we were better.”

Where Van Dijk after the race quietly continued, could trainer Jürgen Klopp joy a lot more in control after the late hit of his striker. The German coach will celebrate the goal effusively with his goalkeeper Alisson Becker, and then you can also Pippin line managers are joy is not hide.

By the winning goal from Origi runs Liverpool no point loss in the exciting battle for the title. The Reds occupy second place, two points behind leader Manchester City, which is the same weekend, with a 3-1 won by Bournemouth. Both City and Liverpool continued their unbeaten series to continue.

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