EPL: Liverpool, Everton eke out a draw
Liverpool, Everton slump to 12th and 13th position in EPL standings after 1-1 draw at Anfield
Liverpool: Everton captain Phil Jagielka's stunning late shot ensured a 1-1 draw with Liverpool in the Merseyside derby at Anfield on Saturday.
Phil Jagielka (in blue jersey) shoots to score Everton's equaliser against Liverpool at Anfield on Saturday. Pic/Getty Images
Earlier, Liverpool skipper Steven Gerrard scored his 10th goal in 32 derbies with a fine freekick to give the home side a 65th-minute lead.
However, the first minute of injury-time saw Jagielka draw Everton level with a spectacular long-range goal.
The draw meant that Liverpool are now in the 12th spot in the EPL standing after six games. Everton are one spot below their arch-rivals.
Liverpool were without influential England striker Daniel Sturridge, who failed to recover from a thigh injury in time to face the Toffees on Saturdday night, so Mario Balotelli led the line for Brendan Rodgers' side.
Everton right-back Seamus Coleman was still suffering from concussion, so veteran Tony Hibbert started his first league game start since December 2012.