Dominic Calvert-Lewin helped Everton earn a 2-2 draw in the Merseyside derby against Liverpool while Southampton came from behind twice on Saturday to earn a 3-3 draw at Chelsea on Saturday.
Liverpool extended its decade-long unbeaten run in the derby but was denied a victory at an empty Goodison Park when Calvert-Lewin rose high to power a header into the bottom corner from Lucas Digne’s left-wing cross in the 81st minute.
“It’s frustrating but, in terms of the bigger picture, we got a point, we take it and we keep building,” said Calvert-Lewin, who also scored on his England debut last week. “We want to keep that unbeaten run going.”
“It doesn’t look good,” Klopp said of Van Dijk’s injury, “but of course we have to wait.”
“It’s probably the best game we’ve played at Goodison since I’ve been (Liverpool) manager,” Klopp said. “We were dominant against a formerly flying side.”
Timo Werner and Kai Havertz scored their first Premier League goals for Chelsea, but there were familiar failings in the home team’s ranks and Frank Lampard’s men were punished.
Southampton’s Jannik Vestergaard scored from a free kick in injury time after an entertaining and open game of fluctuating fortunes.
Werner and Havertz became the fifth and sixth Germans to score in the Premier League for Chelsea, following Michael Ballack, Andre Schurrle, Antonio Rudiger and Marko Marin.