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Overall, despite the controversy of Everton's disallowed goal, neither side produced enough quality in the final third to claim all three points.
The match saw just five shots on target combined between both sides, when each side averages over five shots on target individually this season.
Liverpool created 11 chances to Everton's eight, again significantly down on their seasonal averages of 14 for the home side and 12 for the Toffees.
Crossing was also particularly poor, with just two of Everton's 22 finding a man, and four of the Reds' 19, while each side was about four percent below their average passing accuracy for the season.
The Toffees seemed to slow down and run out of ideas when approaching the final third, with Fellaini unable to maintain possession frequently enough. Their best route to goal was via set pieces, and they could and perhaps should have won the game with Distin's disallowed effort and Fellaini's narrow miss in the first half.
Liverpool made some impressive surges forward, capitalising well on any turnover they won. A couple of excellent blocks from Phil Jageilka and a one-on-one dealt with superbly by Tim Howard were the closest they came to scoring.
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