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Liverpool's Last-Gasp Winner Against Everton Controversially Ruled Out By VAR

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Liverpool's Last-Gasp Winner Against Everton Controversially Ruled Out By VAR

Liverpool captain Jordan Henderson thought he'd given his side a last minute victory over bitter rivals Everton - but VAR ruled him offside.

The Reds poured forward with the scores 2-2 and Henderson turned the ball in during the dying embers.

Everton players looked heartbroken as the current Premier League champions celebrated, but there would be one more twist.

VAR ruled Sadio Mane was offside in the build-up, meaning Michael Oliver overruled the strike.

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It means the first Merseyside derby of the season ended in a draw and Everton remain top of the table for this weekend.

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Fans have reacted to the decision and they think Mane looked onside.



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Liverpool took the lead inside three minutes through Mane, but Virgil van Dijk hobbled off in the 11th minute after a challenge from Jordan Pickford.

Michael Keane equalised for the Toffees with a thumping header.

Mohamed Salah restored the Reds' lead in the second half but Dominic Calvert-Lewin hit back with his tenth goal of the season.

Richarlison was sent off in the dying embers for a horrific challenge on Thiago Alcantara, which left both men in a heap.

Featured Image Credit: BT Sport

Topics: Liverpool, Football News, Football, Premier League, Everton, Jordan Henderson, Sadio Mane, reactions, VAR

Daniel Marland
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