The Clarets have made life hard for Liverpool recently, with three of their previous six matches settled by one goal and their last meeting - on January 1 - won by Ragnar Klavan's added-time strike. "I was aware that I needed to have the patience to wait for my moment, but I'm happy at Liverpool - there's no reason for me to leave".
This is what the colossal center back had to say: "The added minutes definitely occurred because they were stopping the game and so that was obviously something good on our side".
"We have proved we are capable of matching any team on our day".
While the frantic attacking football of last season, in particular, has been missing at times this term, the levels of productivity that their famed front three of Messrs Mane, Firmino, and Salah need to stump up to win games has been reduced greatly by how solid the clubs rearguard has been.
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"The goal was lucky of course but our idea was clear: we wanted to win until the last second". "That's what rules are for and if you break rules you have to be fined for it".
"I know when I did it I was not happy to have done that, so I can understand (Everton manager) Marco Silva, (then Southampton boss Mauricio) Pellegrino when it happens".
"I have to apologise because I didn't want to be disrespectful but I couldn't stop myself". We only wanted to win that game. We are devastated for ourselves and the fans.
I understand the frustration after that tonight, reading the likes of Dave & Tony Abrahams & John Mc etc makes me feel more positive. The days of rolling over and being frightened have gone, I only see improvement in this Everton team. But we got it and we will take it. When Lookman has the ball at his feet you get the feeling anything can happen, and I hope we keep hold onto him and see him flourish.
Origi might have won the game minutes earlier, striking a shot against the bar before Daniel Sturridge's follow-up struck Gylfi Sigurdsson and led to strong penalty claims.