Sadio Mane opened the scoring just eight minutes in, with a mazy run that left the Blues' backline only able to watch on in awe, as the Senegalese winger evaded all challenges and drove home past Joel Robles.
Everton's frustration was illustrated by Ramiro Funes Mori's early red card in the second half, as the Argentinian lost his head and ended Origi's evening with a poor challenge.
The video will start in 8Cancel Liverpool looked to be heading for three points over their Merseyside neighbours, however, a stunning last-gasp equaliser from Blues captain, Phil Jagielka, ensured a share of the spoils.
A Gerrard header gave Liverpool the lead, and ten minutes later this advantage was further extended as a Sturridge brace sent the Reds three goals to the good approaching the interval,
Luis Suarez demonstrated his relentless tenacity and will to win once more, as the Uruguayan sprinted from the halfway line, leaving Jagielka and Antolin Alcaraz for dead, and fired home his 23rd league goal of his rampaging campaign.
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