In the —89 season , Everton were Liverpool's first opponents in a competitive game after the Hillsborough disaster on 15 April , which resulted in the deaths of 96 Liverpool fans at the FA Cup semi-final.
The game between the two sides was a league fixture on 3 May which ended in a goalless draw. By —91 , Everton were in something of a slump finishing ninth that season having started the season near the foot of the table , while Liverpool finished second in the league, but the campaign still brought one of the most pulsating clashes between the two clubs.
The match ended in a goalless draw, and the replay three days later ended in a thrilling 4—4 draw at Goodison Park, in which Peter Beardsley scored twice.
It was also the last season of "replays of replays" as penalties after extra time took over as the competition's ultimate tie winner decider for the —92 season.
The second replay ended with a 1—0 win for Everton on 27 February, and ended the Reds double hopes. The close season of saw Peter Beardsley move from Liverpool to Everton, followed within a year by defender Gary Ablett , causing more tension in the Merseyside derby, though the first couple of years after their transfers saw Liverpool and Everton firmly overtaken by Manchester United and the likes of Blackburn Rovers and Arsenal as the biggest challengers in English football.
On 7 December , Everton defeated Liverpool 2—1 at Goodison Park in a game where Peter Beardsley became only the second man in history to score for both clubs in the derby.
The —94 derby at Anfield saw Liverpool defeat Everton 2—1, not having much effect for a mid-table Liverpool side but increasing the risk of relegation a battle which was ultimately won for Everton.
Perhaps the most notable event of this game was the winning goal by Robbie Fowler , who turned 19 the following month and was one of the most promising young players in England at the time.
The next notable city derby came on 18 October , when Everton triumphed 2—0 at Goodison in a victory that ultimately saved them from relegation they only stayed up by having a greater goal difference than Bolton Wanderers and helped end Liverpool's title bid.
The —01 season saw one of the most exciting derbies of the Premier League era. Liverpool, having won the first derby at Anfield, completed the double with a thrilling 2—3 victory over Everton at Goodison in April, with the injury-time winner by Gary McAllister proving to be crucial at the end of the season in helping Liverpool qualify for the UEFA Champions League —which replaced the European Cup in —for the first time.
By the end of the —02 , Liverpool had finished above Everton in the league for 15 seasons in succession, but —03 saw Everton showing signs of eclipsing them for the first time in years.
After a brilliant run of form saw Liverpool top the Premier League in October, an match winless league run followed their 2—0 home win over West Ham United in early November and during that barren spell they drew 0—0 at home to an Everton side who were actually above them and looking like qualifying for Europe after several seasons of persistent relegation battles.
However, they were on course for their fifth-place finish when they next met Everton on 19 April and won 1—2 at Goodison Park, a result which pushed their city neighbours towards seventh place and narrowly deprived them of European football.
In —05 , Everton finished fourth in the league and Liverpool came fifth, the first time since Everton's title win that Liverpool had finished below them.
In a season which saw Liverpool win the Champions League title, Everton gave their neighbours a reminder of how far they had progressed under the management of David Moyes with a 1—0 win at Goodison Park on 11 December , though Liverpool won the return match at Anfield 2—1 three months later.
Everton had a setback and finished mid-table in —06 , while Liverpool's compensation for their prolonged title wait came in the form of a narrow FA Cup final triumph.
And Liverpool triumphed 3—1 in both of the Merseyside derbies that season. In —07 , Everton recovered to finish in the top six, while Liverpool finished in the top four, and there was an early season triumph for the blue half of Liverpool as Everton crushed Liverpool 3—0 at Goodison Park in early September.
They also held them to a goalless draw at Anfield in early February and helped hold them behind pace setters Manchester United and Chelsea.
Liverpool did the double over Everton in — However, the meeting at Goodison Park was shrouded in controversy when after a coming together between Liverpool's Steven Gerrard and Everton's Tony Hibbert , referee Mark Clattenburg awarded Liverpool a penalty and seemed to change his mind in favour of a red card for Hibbert after Gerrard appeared to have said something to him, when most pundits felt a caution would have been sufficient.
Everton dominated the game after going behind, but were denied what seemed to be two clear penalties in the closing stages of the game when Joleon Lescott was twice wrestled to the ground by Jamie Carragher at Everton corners.
In the —09 season, Liverpool and Everton met four times, Liverpool winning the League encounter at Goodison Park 0—2 while drawing the other League fixture that dealt a severe blow to their title ambitions.
The FA Cup saw Everton defeat ten-man Liverpool in extra time in the replay thanks to an injury-time winner by Dan Gosling after a 1—1 draw at Anfield.
That season, both teams were a major force as Liverpool challenged for the title while Everton came close to qualifying for the Champions League and progressed to the FA Cup Final , only to fall to Chelsea.
When the sides met in the —10 season, both clubs were suffering from a disastrous start to the season. Both games followed similar patterns, with Everton enjoying the greater possession and creating more chances in the games, but it was Liverpool who scored the goals in a 0—2 victory at Goodison Park and 1—0 at Anfield, the latter thanks to a goal from Dirk Kuyt.
In the Goodison Park encounter on 17 October in the —11 season, Everton won 2—0 with goals from Tim Cahill and Mikel Arteta , while the return league game at Anfield in January ended in a 2—2 draw.
In the —12 season , Liverpool and Everton met three times, twice in the league and once in the FA Cup, with Liverpool winning all three.
On 13 March , Liverpool won the Anfield fixture 3—0 after a hat-trick by Steven Gerrard , who became the first player to score a hat-trick in the derby since Ian Rush in They have occasionally faced Everton and Liverpool in cup competitions.
Their last meeting with both clubs came in the FA Cup in Tranmere caused an upset by beating Everton 3—0 in the fourth round,  before losing 4—2 to Liverpool in the quarter-finals.
This derby is responsible for many records across all derby matches, largely due to it being contested so many times:.
The following have scored 4 or more league goals in the Derby. The Screen Sport Super Cup goals are also included for Rush and Sharp, although this was a competition which was not high on Liverpool or Everton's agenda.
This list is up to and including 6 January Liverpool's Daniel Sturridge 4 is the leading scorer among current players.
Goals from "overseas" players: A total of 30 non-British Isles players from 19 different countries have scored in the derby not including own goals, which add three countries to the list since Liverpool's Craig Johnston became the first such player to do so, in the Cup final though Bruce Grobbelaar was the first non-British Isles player to get on the derby scoresheet with his own-goal in the Charity Shield.
France leads the way with five different scorers, but Australia 4 is just behind. More goals than years: Liverpool's Fred Howe and Everton's Tommy Lawton bear the curious distinctions of scoring more goals than they actually spent in years in the city of Liverpool.
Howe scoring five goals in three years and Lawton four goals in three years. The first derby hat-trick was scored by Everton's Alex "Sandy" Young who scored four in the 5—1 win at Goodison.
Other Evertonians to manage hat-ticks include Parker in and Dixie Dean twice, in and , the last Everton player to net a treble. Liverpool hat-tricks have come from Chambers , Forshaw , Barton , and Howe four goals in Almost 50 years passed before the next derby hat-trick, scored by Ian Rush , who scored four in a 5—0 win at Goodison in , and then another 30 years passed until Steven Gerrard scored a hat-trick against Everton at Anfield in a 3—0 win.
Curiously, of all the league hat-tricks, only two Young's in and Rush's in were managed at Goodison; all the others were at Anfield. Sandy Brown's famous own goal in Everton's championship winning —70 season was, surprisingly, only the second own goal in the history of the fixture, the first having been scored by Balmer Everton in Since then, eight Evertonians have been "credited" with an own-goal, including two in the same match at Anfield in There have only been three Liverpool own goals.
Leighton Baines 's unlucky deflection at Goodison in —13 is the most recent of all derby-day own-goals. Scoring in consecutive matches: Several players have scored in three consecutive games: Youngest derby goal scorer: Although difficult to verify, since birthdates of early players are not known, the youngest derby goal scorer is probably Everton's Danny Cadamarteri who scored the winner at Goodison six days after his 18th birthday, in October Highest ever attendance , estimate at Milk Cup final and Charity Shield.
HIghest attendance at Anfield 56, for the league game. There have been 12 derby games played on neutral grounds: Since the war Everton have been awarded just two penalties in Anfield derbies both scored , while Liverpool have had 11 at Goodison of which three have been missed though only one of these misses affected the result.
A full list is available at https: Despite the huge rivalry, Liverpool have completed more direct transfers with Everton than any other club.
The phrase "crossing the Park" refers to Stanley Park , which separates the two grounds. John Whitehead played for Liverpool, Everton and also for Bootle in their one year as a league team —93 , before they were replaced in Division 2 by local rivals Liverpool FC.
As well as players "crossing the park," Everton's first ever manager, William Edward Barclay , stayed on at Anfield after Everton moved to Goodison Park to become Liverpool's first manager.
It is a rarity for either team to beat the other in both league games of a season; it is a feat managed by Liverpool fifteen times and Everton nine times, in what is known as the 'double'.
With the occasional meeting at Wembley, both Everton and Liverpool have completed a 'treble', in which a victory has been achieved three times and at three different venues in a season.
With cup games, replays and so on, the two have often met three or four times a season, but in the —87 season, they played each other six times: Despite the fact that Everton finished the season as champions, they could not beat Liverpool that year, with four losses and two draws.
A combined total of , spectators saw the six matches. The following season they met a further four times, being paired in both cups: Liverpool have achieved the most Premier League doubles over their city rivals Everton, doing so four times in the last ten years.
Everton have yet to do the double over Liverpool in the Premier League — their last league double over Liverpool was in where they won at Goodison 1—0 and Anfield 1—0 to complete a treble for that season, having also won at Wembley in the Charity Shield.
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Book Category Portal Commons. Someones added Agger as a Evertonian and Osman as a Liverpudlian. I remember Sean Dundee mentioning Everton as a kid but hav'nt heard Agger.
Would whoever keeps deleting my addition to the section regarding the derby please disist or at least have the grace to tell me why he keeps doing it.
This is the third time I have so edited the section. The Hibbert sending off was equally as controversial to some as any other event.
A player telling a ref to send a player off which i incidentally don't think Gerrard did is fairly controversial and makes the match notable.
Please don't make me re-edit it again. I have tried to make it sound as balanced and fair as possible.
Can you be specific about which addition keeps getting edited out? I likewise seem to be in an edit war concerning mention of Kuyt not being sent off, which was also widely debated afterwards.
I have this time tried to mention it neutrally. The introduction of this article is too long. Also some of the text is opinion not fact.
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This is an automated notice by FairuseBot. For assistance on the image use policy, see Wikipedia: The article states that Everton vs Liverpool is traditionally referred to as the 'Friendly Derby'.
This may be true, but Modern Merseyside Derbies are far more bitter, as a result of Everton's relative on the pitch decline.
Someone needs to take of their rose tinted spectacles and clean this article up. It is referred to as the friendly derby not because of what goes on on the pitch but because at each match you can usually see many people sitting in the wrong ends because their are families who go that have blues and reds in them and they go together.
This section is all out of kilter, unfortunately I don't know how to change it! He has admitted that he used to watch both clubs and would be let in for free by the stewards after half time at both grounds.
It's a rarity but he does not support either. His family are mixed as well. Tried to put in Jose Baxter , as an Everton Liverpudlian, but couldn't get it in the right place??
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