ALLAN completed just ONE pass in the Merseyside derby – and that came from kick-off.
The Everton holding midfielder played 73 minutes at Anfield.
But from his five attempted passes, just one successful found a team-mate.
And stats show it was the very first touch of the match.
Allan got the game underway from the centre-spot after Stuart Attwell’s whistle.
The other four passes he tried failed to reach another man in blue – while Demarai Gray restarted the action after Andy Robertson’s 62nd-minute opener.
Two went out of play for throw-ins and the other two found Liverpool stars.
It meant Allan, 31, did not make a single forward pass or a pass in the Liverpool half.
Elsewhere, he won one of his four duals and secured just one tackle.
The Everton midfielder lost the ball five times and made six clearances.
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And to round it off, he picked up a yellow card before being replaced by Dele Alli for the final 17 minutes.
Frank Lampard’s side managed to frustrate Liverpool for an hour – and could easily have had a penalty and be up against ten men after Sadio Mane slapped Allan and appeared to gouge at Mason Holgate’s eye.
But Divock Origi’s introduction inspired a 2-0 win for title-chasing Kop.
The Toffees had just 18 per cent possession – the second-lowest total in Premier League history – one shot on target and completed just 93 accurate passes.
Allan’s opposite No6, Thiago, completed 119 of his 121 passes.