It has been revealed that Liverpool skipper Jordan Henderson yelled two words when he went down injured during the Premier League game with Everton at the weekend. The England international suffered a groin injury in the Merseyside Derby clash with Everton at Anfield. According to the report from The Athletic, the Liverpool captain yelled two words ‘You’re joking’ when he went down injured in the first half of the game. The injury to Jordan Henderson is a big blow to Liverpool boss JurgenKlopp, who’s trying to arrest the poor form of his team especially in the league. Liverpool were beaten 2-0 at home by Everton to make it just two wins for the league holders in the last 11 matches. The poor run has seen them drop from title contenders to Champions League chasers.
Everton were able to capitalise on the current poor run by Liverpool as they produced a strong defensive performance enroute a 2-0 win. Brazilian international Richarlison set Everton on their way to victory in the opening minutes off the superb assist from Colombian playmaker James Rodriguez before the result was sealed by Icelandic international Gylfi Sigurdsson shortly after he was introduced into the game as a second half substitute. Sigurdsson scored from penalty spot after Trent Alexander-Arnold was found guilty of bringing down Everton striker Dominic Calvert-Lewin. Dominic Calvert-Lewin returned to action as a substitute against the Reds after missing the last two league games due to a hamstring problem. With the Everton result, Liverpool have now lost their last four games at home in the league.