From Gerrard to Jagielka - Shocking Merseyside Derby moments

Sport360 staff 14:55 15/12/2016
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Who will win the 227th Merseyside Derby?

Jurgen Klopp’s Reds head into the match in top form and occupy second place in the Premier League table while Everton sit in eighth position.

The Toffees have experienced a wretched run of form but their last-gasp win against Arsenal in mid-week should boost the confidence levels at Goodison Park.

And with one eye on the anticipated Liverpool Derby, Copa 90 brings you the top 10 most shocking moments from the 226 meetings between the two clubs to date.

From Robbie Fowler’s famous sniff to Phil Jagielka’s last minute screamer, get ready for this heated list!


Let us know your thoughts about the most shocking moment, according to you.








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