Liverpool boss, Jurgen Klopp, has said windy conditions on Merseyside made it difficult for Liverpool against Everton on Sunday afternoon.
The Reds were held to a goalless draw at the home of their local rivals.
The result means Klopp’s side sit one point behind Manchester City in the Premier League table, with nine fixtures left this season.
“It’s OK. A very difficult game for different reasons, a wild opponent.
“I know people don’t like it when I say that, but the wind came from all directions and you saw that in a lot situations that it didn’t help any football play, especially when the ball was in the air and that was a lot.
“We had – in a game that was really difficult to control because of the two things I said – I think three or four really big chances. I’m not sure if they count as shots on target – Mo it was really big, Fabinho really big.
“It’s a 0-0 in a derby, we kept our unbeaten run against Everton. But of course it’s not exactly what we wanted, but it’s something [that] is easy to accept because, how I said, difficult game,” Klopp told Sky Sports after the game.