Liverpool star Fabinho scoffs at Richarlison in celebratory Instagram post


Liverpool star Fabinho scoffs at Richarlison in celebratory Instagram post

Liverpool beat a stubborn Everton side at Anfield on Sunday to give them three points in the Premier League after goals from Andy Robertson and Divak Origi in the second half.

After Liverpool’s 2-0 win over Everton on Sunday, Fabinho did not miss the opportunity to flirt with his Brazilian teammate Richardson.

Goals from Andy Robertson and Divak Origi in the second half helped the Reds beat their Merseyside rivals. The results confirm that Liverpool is just one point behind Premier League title rivals Manchester City, who beat Watford 5-1 on Saturday.

Everton, meanwhile, is in big trouble. They are 16th in the table in terms of safety after Burnley’s 1-0 win over Turf Murray Wolves on Sunday. Frank Lampard’s side faces a very real possibility of playing in the Championship next season.

This tried everything to disrupt Liverpool’s flow on Sunday and their tactics worked for some time, as it was goalless at the break. Richardson was particularly influential, committing numerous fouls to ensure the game was stopped and started.

Many Liverpool supporters were disappointed by Richardson, believing he was creating the most challenges. And Fabinho seems to agree with that idea, posting a picture of Richardson’s face on Instagram. “What a victory!” Read the caption. “Finally, boys!”

Fabinho’s upload seems to be a bit of innocent fun. He plays with Richardson at the international level and does not want to create any tension in the Brazil camp before the World Cup in Qatar later this year. Brazil is one of the favorites to lift the trophy.


Fabinho has posted this photo on Instagram


What did you make of the referee’s performance on Sunday?

Everton manager Lampard was not impressed with referee Stuart Atwell’s performance when several of his team’s penalty appeals were rejected. The most controversial was in the second half when Anthony Gordon went down to Joel Matip’s challenge.

“It’s a punishment for me,” Lampard said. You won’t find them here. If Mo Salah was at the other end, he would get a penalty. I’m not trying to create conflict; It’s just the reality of football. I played in the top half of the league – you get them. ”

Speaking to Sky Sports after the game, former Everton striker Kevin Campbell said: “It’s a pen for me. It’s a pushback. He’s in the box, it’s a pushback. He’s nowhere near the ball, he pushes. You see him.

This is a break that Everton needed. I thought the referee had bottled it up a bit if I’m being honest with you.”

Jamie Carragher claims that Gordon did not receive a penalty because he was booked for simulation in the first half. “He’s a great guy and a great player, one of the best players on the pitch today, has caused a lot of problems for Liverpool,” Carragher said. “But he just has to be careful about it, it’s not the first time, it’s one in the first half and it must be on the referee’s head.

Graeme Sones added: “He planted a seed on the referee’s head, in the first few minutes when he tried to dive and try to get a penalty. You can bet, that if we’re the players there, we’re in the referee’s ear: Ref.


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