John Henry was not happy with the tackle on Divock Origi.
Hint... he was not happy with the tackle on Divock Origi.
bush league against Divock pic.twitter.com/xURlMKlMpW— John W. Henry (@John_W_Henry) April 20, 2016
Henry, watching from back home in America, was keen to point out his side's dominance over Everton - who he branded 'Bush league'.
The Reds won through goals from Divock Origi, Mamadou Sakho, Daniel Sturridge, and Philippe Coutinho.
The tackle from Funes Mori on Origi was the game's biggest talking point, with the Liverpool striker carried off on a stretcher and the Everton defender sent off.
Henry rarely comments on social media, but clearly he was very unhappy with the challenge on the striker, but delighted at his team's dominance in the derby win.
Liverpool are 13 points above Everton in the league table as a result of the win, which could have been by a higher margin had the Reds not eased up over the final 15 minutes.