Seamus Coleman says Everton shouldn’t stop and need to keep up their good work following their goalless draw with Liverpool.
The Toffees had their chances against their Merseyside rivals but couldn’t be able to tap it. Marco Silva’s side dashed Liverpool’s title hopes as Jurgen Klopp’s side are now trailing by one point.
The Republic of Ireland international had a horrific leg break while playing for his country but has shown immense maturity since returning from the injury. The right back had an eventful afternoon at the Goodison Park as he kept Mohamed Salah at bay from inflicting any damage to his side.
Coleman said, “I’m more pleased with the performance and more disappointed we haven’t got the win as I thought they were there for us and we didn’t happen to get the job done.
“We can only worry about ourselves and we can only be better but, late on, you could feel they were playing for something massively important and that is all credit to them for the season they are having.
“It is going to be a tough battle between them and Man City but we want to be having more of an impact on our own season rather than putting dents in other peoples’.”