Gomez: We Must Forget Merseyside Derby Results

Gomez: We Must Forget Merseyside Derby Results

After Liverpool were held to a 1-1 draw against Everton last weekend, Joe Gomez urged his team-mates to focus now on the next game.

The frustration that continues to feel the Reds because after winning one goal and dominate the game just in the second half of their victory in the thwarted by Wayne Rooney penalty, after Dejan Lovren very clearly dropped Dominic Calvert Lewin.

So the two teams had to share points where the result made the Reds move to break the top three can not be realized. While with one point for the Merseyside Blue makes the team made by Sam Allardyce unbeaten in the last three games. At the same time slowly make them pushed to the middle board after previously been on the board below.

Although still not accept with the referee’s decision to award a penalty, but Gomez requested that his colleagues soon forget and look at the next game on Wednesday morning at home to West Bromwich Albion which took place at Anfield.

“That’s one of the positive things. Obviously that’s hard, it’s a grueling schedule but it gives you a chance to try and fix it right away, “Joe Gomez told the media.

“In the end it was frustrating because we thought we were a better team. I think we are dominating, it is clear with the football we play and so on.

“Obviously they get a reward penalty, whether it is one or not, I do not know. They have equalized and just frustrated and wrecked some of our hard work.

“But we have to take the positives out of it. I think we are all struggling well and we know the importance of this match and what it means and we all do our best.

“We’ve seen him several times this season at Anfield. Others know the attacking threat we have and tend to be a bit more. especially since we were so fast in attacking one or two.

“They came here with a game plan and tried to stay seated and when they hit their goal, it made us difficult.

“We just moved to the next game. If we score the second goal and we have some chances. Then it will make them lose. “