Everton were impressive in their performance as they compelled defending champions Liverpool to a 2-2 thriller draw.
Liverpool took the lead twice and twice Everton came back. The Reds opened scoring in the first three minutes through Mane to temporarily hold on to three points.
Ancelloti’s men struck in the 19th minutes with a goal to level up, when Rodriguez provided an assist for Keane to put the score line at 1-1 before half time.
Salah put Liverpool in front in 72’ minutes, and it looked as if they were going to snatch the maximum three points.
Unfortunately for the Reds, Calvert-Lewin’s 81’ minutes goal leveled the score line at 2-2, giving Ancelloti’s men a vital draw.
The Reds scrambled for victory and got a late goal through Henderson. But it was disallowed, as he was caught in an offside position.
The victory means Everton have gone five matches unbeaten, and they remain on top of the table with 13 points.