Sadio Mané marked his coronavirus recovery by scoring the opening goal for Liverpool in Premier League clash against Everton which ended in 2-2.

However, Mané’s early lead was cancelled out by Michael Keane’s header in the 19th.

But Mohamed Salah’s 72nd goal restored Liverpool’s advantage before Everton’s wonder striker Dominic Calvert-Lewin rose to head home Lucas Digne’s cross in the 81st minute.

Everton were reduced to ten men when Richarlison was handed a red card for his wild challenge on Thiago.

Liverpool looked like they had a dramatic late winner when Jordan Henderson converted Mané’s cross. But it was denied when VAR ruled that mané was marginally offside, helping Everton survive a late scare.

The result means Everton remain unbeaten as their extend their Premier League lead 16 points while Liverpool are second with 10 points.

Next, Everton travel to face Southampton at St Mary’s next Sunday.

Liverpool visit Ajax in the Champions League group stage on Wednesday before returning to Premier League action at home to Sheffield United on Saturday