"Van Dyck" Leads 'Liverpool' to a Win over 'Everton' In His 1'st Match


The match between Liverpool and Everton ended in the 64th round of the FA Cup, with Liverpool scoring 2-1.
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Liverpool took the lead with James Milner in the 35th minute with a penalty kick.

In the 67th minute, Gilfy Segordson scored the equalizer for Everton with a fabulous shot from outside the box.

In the 84th minute, defender Virgil Van Dyke made the second goal with a header.

Under the eyes of Salah .. The most expensive defender in the world leads Liverpool to beat Everton

Virgil van Dijk led Liverpool to an impressive victory over traditional rivals Everton in the Merseyside derby, which brought the two teams into the 64th FA Cup.

It is already the best start for the world's most expensive defender, Dutchman Van Dyck, who is on the side of Liverpool during the current transfer window from Southampton for 75 million pounds.

Van Dyck took part in his first match for Liverpool and also scored his first goal in the last minute of the game to give his team a dramatic win.

Liverpool advanced in the 35th minute from Adam Lallana's penalty kick and was executed by James Milner.

Everton equalized in the 67th minute from a counterattack led by the young player Luqman until the ball reached the star Gilfy Sigurdson in front of the area to pay a wonderful way in the goal.

In the 85th minute, Van Dyck scored his first goal in his first game with Liverpool with a superb header in the blue net to give the Red team a valuable win over traditional rivals Everton.

Mohamed Salah, the Egyptian and Liverpool star, also attended the Anfield Stadium after the return from Ghana for the African Union's best awards ceremony.

Salah won the African Footballer of the Year award in 2017 following a match with fellow Senegalese player Sadio Mani, Germany's Borussia Dortmund and Bayer Emeric Obamyang.


Salah did not participate in the game because he suffered from a muscle injury.

Profitable deal? Van Dyck kills Everton and settles the derby for Liverpool

The Dutch defender puts his first mark on the Reds this season

Dutch defender Virgil van Dyck led his new team Liverpool to clinch the Merseyside derby and beat Everton 2-1 in the 64th FA Cup.

Van Dyke first appeared in the Reds shirt tonight, after his historic move from Southampton to £ 75 million, as the world's most expensive defender.

Liverpool began to take control in the beginning, to score a goal by James Milner in the 35th minute.

Things were different in the second half, as Toufiz tried to return to the picture, and continued their attempts until they finally realized their goal.

Gilfy Segordson, who started to regain some of his recent form, came in from the 67th minute to head for a replay.


Van Dyck refused to wait long to respond to criticism of the value of his move to Liverpool, where he scored the winning goal from a header in the 84th minute to save the owners of the land and the derby for his team.

Liverpool beat Everton in the FA Cup

Liverpool won a double against Everton in the AFC Champions League match at the Anfield Stadium.

Liverpool's James Milner scored the first goal at Everton in the 35th minute, Everton equalized for Gilfy Segordson 67 minutes, while Liverpool's second goal was scored by Virgil Van Dick in the 84th minute.


With that result, Liverpool are up to the 32nd place, and Mohammed Salah missed the match because of injury during the last game against Leicester City.

Liverpool cross Everton and qualify for the 32nd FA Cup

Liverpool qualified for the 32nd round of the FA Cup after beating Everton 2-1 at the Anfield Stadium in the 32nd round.

The meeting saw the absence of Salah from the basic form and reserve due to injury, but he was present in the stadiums, and celebrated with the fans to crown him the award of the best African player.

The Dutchman, Van Dyck, who signed the club from Southampton in his first game with the team, was a major Derby match and gave a great performance.


Milner made his first goal for the Reds after 35 minutes by Milner, before Segardson equalized for Everton in the 87th minute. The game went into a positive draw after two days at Everton, but Van Dyck refused. The win was taken in the 84th minute. His new team.


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