Carragher questioned Jurgen Klopp's substitutions in the Merseyside derby.


Jurgen Klopp's side dropped two points at Goodison Park. (Image: Getty Images)
Jurgen Klopp's side dropped two points at Goodison Park. (Image: Getty Images)

Jamie Carragher wasn’t pleased with Jurgen Klopp's substitutions in Liverpool’s goalless draw with Everton on Sunday.


The Reds squandered their opportunity to move back to the top of the Premier League table and now sit in second spot, one point behind rivals Manchester City.


Klopp’s men just couldn’t find a way to find the net at Goodison Park, with the likes of Daniel Sturridge left warming the bench while Sadio Mane and Divock Origi made way for Adam Lallana and Roberto Firmino.


Divock Origi was replaced by Roberto Firmino (Image: Action Images via Reuters)
Divock Origi was replaced by Roberto Firmino (Image: Action Images via Reuters)

However, following the Merseyside derby, the Reds legend told Sky Sports: "Jurgen Klopp is saluting the Liverpool supporters but I do think there should have been more of an attacking threat from Liverpool with the substitutions.


"You look at the scenes and the crowd, how happy Everton are to get a draw. But for Liverpool, in any other season a draw away at Everton isn’t the end of the world.


"But the stage that we’re at now, three games in a week and you thought seven points out of nine would be a great week. It’s five points and now Liverpool have to hope Man City drop something.


"It’s still not over, there’s a long way to go and lots of points will be dropped at different times."


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