Curtis Jones of Liverpool saved his first career goal for the club for quite the massive moment.
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Liverpool have progressed to the fourth round of the FA Cup after beating Everton 1-0 at Anfield on Sunday.
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It was Jones' first senior professional goal and one that quite clearly displayed his massive potential.
Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp rang the changes as he named a young side to face Everton following a congested Christmas and New Year fixtures list, also handing new Japanese signing Takumi Minamino his debut after he joined from RB Salzburg. "But I want to say one thing: everybody will ask about Curtis Jones, but there were so many extremely good performances tonight". An unbelievable player, Scouser, very confident, can't wait to play in the first team.
If Everton were ever going to end their drought this was a game for them to do it as Jurgen Klopp made nine changes, fielding a side with two debutants, while a third played 81 minutes after injury to James Milner. He's made big steps and will be a Liverpool player, if nothing odd happens, 100 per cent.
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"Each individual was outstanding. sensational, I loved each second of the game".
"That he scored this kind of goal, I'm not surprised".
"All the rest of the night was absolutely flawless", Klopp said. "I loved each second of it".
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'We lost energy, we lost confidence, we were not able to build up quick from the back and for these reasons, we were not able to keep the same idea as we had in the first-half to attack their defensive line. "If we had kept the intensity of the first half in the second, we could have won".