Liverpool secured a 2-0 victory over Everton in a Premier League match, with Mohamed Salah scoring both goals in the second half. Everton's Ashley Young was sent off in the 37th minute, reducing them to 10 men. Jurgen Klopp spoke about the difficulty of the game, especially since some players had never played in a derby before. He praised the team's performance but noted that they could have finished their chances better. Klopp also mentioned that he hadn't seen a potential second yellow card on Ibrahima Konate and decided to substitute him to avoid any risks. Despite the controversial decision, Klopp believed that his team was the better side. He emphasized the importance of responding after their last two league results and expressed happiness with the win. Klopp also highlighted the upcoming match on Thursday in a different competition and thanked the players for coming through the game without any injuries. Overall, the victory against Everton was significant for Liverpool as they reached 20 points in the league standings.