Sunday, 6 October 2013

Liverpool are simply fantastic

Once again the Liverpool Reds are back at home in the Anfield stadium this is the first game that Luis Suarez will be playing in front of the home crowed since his return. And Suarez definitely didn’t disappoint the home crowd. It started off as a very smoky first minutes of the game with the crowed shooting flares, which caused the field to have a strong mist of smoke. The first chance to open up the scoring came up very early in the game as to a chance that Victor Moses had but stumbled and couldn’t capitalize on the opportunity.

A hard fought play during the first 10 minutes of the match found Luis Suarez on the floor and with a swift kick from the ground the ball also made it into the back of the net and Suarez put the reds up 1-0 after only 12 minutes, the home crowed erupted like a volcano with thunderous applause and chants it was the first time Suarez scored at home this season. Shortly after that play Daniel Sturridge the other great striker scored a spectacular goal and put the reds 2-0, shortly before the end of the first half Liverpool were awarded a penalty and the skipper converted on the chance and put the reds up 3-0 before the half was over.

The game was well fought and was tough and as usual Liverpool let off the gas pedal in the second half and conceded a goal. This is something that Liverpool has to work on before it starts catching up on them later into the league. Liverpool starts off great and keep up a great pace. But as soon as they start the second half they seem to lack the same presents that they posed in the first half. Brenden Rodgers spoke on this to the media the other day and seems like something they need to work on.

Probably one of the most under rated pair of strikers and is probably the most efficient together Suarez and Sturridge are the best striker duo that the primer league has had in a long time.

Now that the international break is upon us especially for Suarez and Sturridge they need to do everything in their power to make sure their national teams make it into the World Cup. Suarez for Uruguay has to continue and keeping up with his current form and keep scoring goals.  Sturridge has to do the same for England and continue and bring his form to the England national team and for them to qualify to the world cup.

More news to come and possibly another Post as to after the World Cup qualifiers Thanks!


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