John W Henry sends tweet after Merseyside derby

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Liverpool have absolutely demolished Everton by four goals to nil in this evening's Merseyside derby and it's safe to say that Reds fans enjoyed every second of it. 

Jurgen Klopp's side were brilliant throughout the entire 90-minutes and thoroughly deserved to secure all three points in style. 

Goals from Divock Origi, Mamadou Sakho, Daniel Sturridge, Philippe Coutinho eased the Reds to a 4-0 victory to continue the feel-good factor at Anfield.


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It was a truly dire night for Everton, who also had defender Ramiro Funes Mori sent-off following a reckless tackle on Liverpool striker Origi. 

Reds fans will now be hoping that Origi, who was removed from the field of play after the incident, won't be out of action for a lengthy period. 

Unsurprisingly, following the showdown, Liverpool's owner, John W Henry, opted to take to social media. 

And he didn't hold back as he labeled Everton 'bush league'....

Right, we know what you're thinking: what does 'bush league' mean? Basically, John W Henry has suggested that Everton are dirty...fair enough. 

Alongside the captain, he also posted a picture of the scoreline and the statistics from the derby.

Twitter reaction 

Here's the tweet: 

Liverpool fans duly responded and posted a number of tweets in response to their owner. 

Here are the best of them: 

Liverpool focus 

Klopp and co. will now be gearing up to play host to Newcastle United, where the club's former manager Rafa Benitez will return desperate to secure all three points. 

Liverpool will certainly be hoping to continue their good run by claiming the victory, but, in truth, they may well be thinking about their upcoming Europa League semi-final clash.

The Reds are set for a two-legged tie against Spanish outfit Villarreal, who have comfortably been beaten at the hands of Real Madrid this evening. 

What do you make of the tweet? Have your say below! 

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