DAVID MOYES was left frustrated by Everton’s failure to hold on for victory over Liverpool yesterday as his long wait for a triumph at Anfield goes on.
The Goodison manager was delighted by the response he got in the second half which saw goals from Sylvain Distin and Jermaine Beckford cancel out Raul Meireles’ opener.
However, Everton couldn’t hold on for a first win at Anfield for 12 years as Dirk Kuyt fired home from the penalty spot to ensure it finished 2-2.
“I was disappointed we didn’t take the three points after our second half performance,” he said.
“We had a great chance at 2-1 to win here and we were on top.
“We were looking for the third goal and I was disappointed not to get it.
“But in saying that we were missing three or four really big players and it’s hard to come here without your top boys.
“It makes a big difference for a club like Everton as we have a much smaller squad.”