Duncan Oregi won a dramatic 1-0 win over Everton at Middlesbrough at Enfield Stadium on Sunday.
Everton was found to have done enough to score points, but Jordan's backfoot bowler said in a serious error that Ogpie gave the ball to score in the sixth minute of Strapage time.
With his first win at Anfield since 1999, Everton made the most dangerous opportunity in the first half but Liverpool goalkeeper Alison was charming.
Liverpool raised their rhythm after the break and made scoring twice through Mohamed's advice and century money.
Uribe, whose lead in this season's first appearance in the league, returned to the bottom of the series shortly after stealing the spotlight for the winner's win.
Liverpool's Jürgen Klop and Liverpool's coach Jürgen Klöp were on the pitch. With victory, Liverpool reduced the gap between Manchester City leaders to two points.