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Summary

  1. Liverpool dominate Merseyside derby and move up to third
  2. Substitute Origi smashes in after Coutinho pass
  3. Mane taken off with injury in second half
  4. Coutinho clips in beautiful finish to restore Reds' lead
  5. Pennington scores first senior Everton goal on first start of the season
  6. Mane slots in the opener after superb individual run

Live Reporting

By Stephan Shemilt

All times stated are UK

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And, with that, we're done for now. Put your eyes over here for all of the 15:00 kick-offs, with Premier League leaders Chelsea pegged back by Crystal Palace.

Later on, we'll be all over the late game, Southampton v Bournemouth.

'Bragging rights'

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Liverpool

Liverpool defender James Milner, speaking to BBC Sport: "These games are always tough and you never quite know what is going to happen. I thought we played pretty well considering.

"It was a good performance after a week in which everyone has been all over the place and we've not had long to prepare. 

"It's all about the result - giving the fans those bragging rights. We've got eight left and we just want to accumulate as many points as can and see where it takes us."

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Si: Deluded interview from Koeman. No wonder his team looked so poor. 

'We can be proud'

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Everton

More from Everton boss Ronald Koeman, speaking to Sky Sports: "Overall we can be proud how we played and how difficult we made it for Liverpool. 

"Playing three at the back worked really well because we didn't give them time to build up."

'Eight red cards'

Everton

More from Everton manager Ronald Koeman:  "Maybe one or two tackles were a little too much. It's football, a derby. From both sides I saw tackles that were maybe more than a yellow. According to the bench of Liverpool, I don't mean the manager, the referee should have shown eight red cards."

'Mane set to miss Bournemouth'

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Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp, to BBC Sport: "It was a good game. We don't know what Sadio has done but it doesn't look like he is going to be ready for Wednesday [v Bournemouth]."

On Ross Barkley's challenge on Dejan Lovren: "I'm still a kind of a guest in this country. How can I decide what is OK and what is not OK? My opinion is that the players should leave the pitch healthy and fit but not injured.

"It's not my job to judge it. If you saw something - say it. If not be quiet."

'Deserved win'

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Liverpool

Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp, speaking to Sky Sports: "The boys did everything. It was a well deserved win. We played good football and we coped well.

"Under the circumstances it was a really good game. We did what we had to do and got the points."

On Ross Barkley's challenge on Dejan Lovren: "I don't dont like creating stories. Our responsibility is to cool things down."

On Ronald Koeman's remarks about Liverpool's touchline behaviour: "Say about it what you want."

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Si Banstead: Koeman showing himself up to be very bitter.

It didn't look good at the time, either. Sadio Mane's leg contorted into an awful, unnatural position. You wouldn't be surprised to hear that he's out for a while.

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Everton

More from Everton boss Ronald Koeman, speaking to Sky Sports:  "I am proud, really proud about the team. Of course we lost but the final result is not reflecting our performance. We conceded too easy the second and the third."

'Liverpool were crazy'

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Everton

Everton boss Ronald Koeman, speaking to Sky Sports, about the behaviour of Liverpool's bench: "Tackles are part of football - I saw some tackles from Lucas. 

"It's all about football but we don't make a show from the bench like Liverpool. It's football - a hard and fair game.

"I don't like coaches from the bench the whole time shouting to referees and linesmen, making a big show about tackles. They were crazy. They didn't need the physio on the pitch. It's a man's sport."

Now then. Stand by for a good old managerial rant...

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Moka: I like it how the Everton goalkeeper does not dive for all 3 goals. No attempt whatsoever.

Ian Williams: I presume Everton's defeat has been caused by Martin O'Neill? 

'Losing a derby hurts'

Everton

Everton defender Phil Jagielka: "In the first half it was an exciting derby. We conceded early but showed character to get back into it.

"We gave ourselves too much to do. When you're losing, you're not concerned about how well you're doing, you just want to get back level.

"Losing a derby hurts and we won't be taking too many positives."

'We need to be calm'

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More from Liverpool defender Dejan Lovren, talking to Sky Sports, on Liverpool's chances of qualifying for the Champions League: "We have eight games left and we need to be calm and to take as many points as possible."

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Simon Rigler: This is where Lukaku is found out - he's not so potent against half-decent teams who actually mark him.

Morelli Junior: Dejan Lovren to be questioned by Merseyside Police later today. Seen leaving Anfield with a "£65m" striker in his pocket. 

Sixth & Out: A performance like that from the Everton players will just make Koeman run to any other job offered to him. 

'I don't want to talk about the challenge'

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Liverpool defender Dejan Lovren, talking to Sky Sports, on Ross Barkley's challenge: "Listen, I don't want to talk about this now. You can expect in the derbies tackles like this. Tomorrow there will be headlines about this. I'll leave it to the manager."

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William Gray: Probably one young player too many in the Everton team to expect a decent result today but good experience for them at least. 

Jeremiah Kariuki: Everton have done themselves a disservice! And with a weak defence that is Liverpool, they couldn't get a point! 

Christopher:  Lukaku's heat map will be identical to Lovren's because he has spent this whole game in his pocket

3 - Jurgen Klopp is the first Liverpool manager to win his first three Merseyside derbies in league competition. Boss.

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Pat Nevin

Ex-Chelsea winger on BBC Radio 5 live

Philippe Coutinho completely took over the show today.  

If you are a fan of football and watching world class players, you can do a lot worse than watching his highlights tonight on Match of the Day. 

Jurgen Klopp is on the field, cuddling everyone in red and punching the air in the direction of The Kop. Daniel Craig stands and applauds. I reckon he's been busier than Romelu Lukaku today.

FULL-TIME

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Merseyside is red once more, Everton's long wait for a win at Anfield continues. Liverpool, for the time being, go third in the Premier League.

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Romelu Lukaku is going to end this match with one touch in the Liverpool box. Perhaps he's not fussed about a summer transfer after all.

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Noise levels have dropped, the jig is up. The second half hasn't quite matched the electricity of the first.

SUBSTITUTION

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Liverpool's last change, Ragnar Klavan on for Roberto Firmino. Meanwhile, Ashley Williams is getting treatment for what might be cramp. Four minutes added on.

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Pat Nevin

Ex-Chelsea winger on BBC Radio 5 live

Ronald Koeman is a really special manager but I don't think he has made many good decisions today. 

But maybe there were no right decisions. They were just beaten by a better side. 

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Kevin Mirallas, everything but the finish. A fine, jinking, energetic run, but a shot of a man with his boots on the wrong feet. Three of the 90 left.

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Trent Alexander-Arnold, operating in midfield, has been a livewire since coming on. Another shot, this time straight at Joel Robles. Everton have faded in the last five minutes or so.

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Ronald Koeman orders his half a mild in the Last Chance Saloon. Dominic Calvert-Lewin off, Kevin Mirallas on.

Liverpool 3-1 Everton

There's space everywhere now. Trent Alexander-Arnold running and the Everton defence, then a teasing cross from Nathaniel Clyne. Midfielders are redundant, noise levels high.

Premier League team news

Almost into the last 10 at Anfield. The starter of the day's action, if you will. Team news and line-ups are trickling in from the 15:00 kick-offs - get all the latest info here.

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Pat Nevin

Ex-Chelsea winger on BBC Radio 5 live

The two Liverpool central defenders have absolutely dominated Romelu Lukaku today. 

But can I just say both keepers have had phenomenal games - some fabulous saves, a couple of them tough deflections too. There have been very few mistakes from either of them. 

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Joel Robles! Finally a dive from the Everton keeper and a decent save to deny Trent Alexander-Arnold. Double AA is steaming into the box from the right corner, and Robles has to fly high to his right to stop the shot. There's more goals in this one.

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Sam Mutter: I still feel with our defence we need one more goal

Darth Timbo: Everton are making Liverpool's supposedly shaky defence look like the Arsenal invincibles!

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Scrambling defence from Liverpool, the ball pinging around. When they get a moment to breathe, Philippe Coutinho is replaced by Trent Alexander-Arnold, that fella who presents Pointless. Defensive move.

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This is better from Everton. Ross Barley continues to buzz and Romelu Lukaku has woken up. Free-kick coming up on the right of the penalty area. The perfect area from a Leighton Baines fizzer.

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Of all the people this could have fallen to, Mason Holgate would be near the bottom of Everton's wishlist. Cross comes in, free header, off the mark. Before that, Holgate's deflected long-range strike was well saved by Simon Mignolet and, incredibly, Romelu Lukaku had a touch in the box.

YELLOW CARD

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We're still on red card alert here. Emre Can goes in high on Idrissa Gueye, the challenge of a man who thinks he has been wronged. Gueye is quick enough to get out of the way, but Can still goes in the book.

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Pat Nevin

Ex-Chelsea winger on BBC Radio 5 live

Koeman will need to do something quite drastic to take anything from this game.

They are losing in all areas and their defence have done nothing to try and stop Liverpool's forwards.