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Alisson’s Jordan Pickford impression got the Titanic treatment

Liverpool beat Everton 2-0 in the Merseyside derby at Anfield on Sunday in a result that could have a huge say in who wins the Premier League and who gets relegated.

Liverpool needed the three points to come within a point of the table-top Manchester City. Meanwhile, Everton remained in the relegation zone after Burnley previously beat Wolves.

But for 60 minutes, Everton’s game plan was perfect.

From the first whistle, they frustrated Jurgen Klopp’s side.

They took their time with every free kick and were happy to allow Liverpool the ball, interrupting play with nasty fouls.

Goalkeeper Jordan Pickford was the orchestrator, delaying each of his free-kicks to the fury of the home fans.

There was one moment, in particular, that irritated Kopites.

In the first half, Pickford comfortably grabbed a cross before falling to the ground in slices. He smiled as home fans complained about his wasted time.

But it came back to bite him.

After Andy Robertson and Divock Origi put Liverpool ahead 2-0, the game was over. Everton went for consolation as Richarlison had an effort easily saved by Alisson – it was their first shot on target of the game.

After making the easy save, Alisson remembered what Pickford had done in the first half and slowly fell to the ground – much to the delight of the Liverpool crowd. Even Sky Sports commentator Martin Tyler and co-commentator Jamie Carragher saw the funny side of it.

Check out Alisson’s sh*thoussery here.

Naturally, Liverpool fans appreciate Alisson’s cheeky moment.

But now it’s even better.

As with many dramatic moments over the years, fans dubbed the iconic Titanic song — Celine Dion’s “My Heart Will Go On” — over it.

It works perfectly.

VIDEO: Alisson’s ‘Pickford moment’ got the Titanic treatment

Alisson, my heart will go on. of Liverpool F.C.

Awesome.

While the result was detrimental to Everton’s survival hopes, Liverpool are back within a point of Manchester City in the title race.

Right now they have to keep picking up wins and hope Manchester City err somewhere along the line.

But their thoughts will turn to the Champions League on Wednesday as they host Villarreal in the first leg of their semi-final. The Spanish side – like Everton – will likely be looking to frustrate the Reds and stay level before the second leg.

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