Englishman netted a brace against the Toffees.
In-form Liverpool front man Daniel Sturridge has celebrated his man-of-the-match display against city rivals Everton in the Premier League on Tuesday night by parading his brand new Ferrari around town for everyone to see, according to reports in the Daily Mail.
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The England international hit a first-half double to help the Reds win the 222nd Merseysidederby 4-0 at Anfield, and the next morning Sturridge was seen driving his new toy in the city.
And it is not just any car, but a £200,000 Ferrari 458, with a top speed of 202mph and 0-60mph in just 3.3 seconds, in fact, is one of the first of its type in the whole of the country.
Sturridge himself caused controversy during the match when after being subbed, he appeared to have words with Reds manager Brendan Rodgers, although the forward later said sorry for his actions.
“I want to apologise for my reaction,” he told BT Sport. £It was just disappointment after missing the penalty, but I let myself down and the fans. I apologise if it caused anyone any offence.”
Meanwhile, Rodgers himself later brushed away the incident, claiming: “It was just frustration on his part, but there is no problem. He apologised to the group. I always say to the players that they must show respect to the club and that when the manager makes a decision like this, it’s not because someone has played poorly.”