Liverpool lost at home to Everton for the first time since 1999

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Liverpool’s footballers have lost at home to Everton for the first time in 22 years (0-2).

The meeting took place on Saturday, February 20, as part of the 25th round of the English Premier League (Premier League) at Anfield stadium in Liverpool.

Everton midfielder James Rodriguez opened the scoring in the third minute. In the 81st minute, the visitors’ midfielder Gilfi Tor Sigurdsson successfully converted the penalty and set the final score.

Liverpool last lost at home to Everton on September 27, 1999. Then the hosts lost with a score of 0: 1, writes Sport-Express.

So, Everton caught up with Liverpool in the standings. Both teams have 40 points each and are in seventh and sixth places, respectively.

As the portal writes Opta sportThe Liverpudlians lost their fourth consecutive home game in England for the first time since December 1923. In addition, the team became the first reigning top division champion to lose four league games in a row at home since Everton in 1928-29.

Prior to this, Liverpool lost to Burnley (0: 1), Brighton & Hove Albion (0: 1) and Manchester City (1: 4).