Didn’t get to watch the game but congrats to Danny Sturrdige for getting his first league goal for Liverpool.
A good way to end the year. Goodbye 2012, Liverpool FC will not miss you at all. Onwards and upwards in 2013!
Hey Clive. Seriously we have some of the coolest celebrity fans: Samuel L Jackson, Daniel Craig, Clive Owen…
And the Luis Suarez show wishes you all a Happy New Year. See you in 2013 team!
No recap for today’s game. Let’s just enjoy our little Christmas miracle.
Starting line-up: Reina, Johnson, Skrtel, Agger, Enrique, Lucas (Carragher 83’), Gerrard, Shelvey (Allen 74’), Downing, Suarez, Suso (Sterling 71’).
Goals by: Skrtel, Gerrard, Downing & Suarez.
MOTM: Stevie G followed closely by Stewart Downing (did this performance just raise his transfer fee?).
An Anfield win, a clean sheet and Lucas back in the team? I’ll take that all day.
We had so many chances to win the game in the first half but we either couldn’t finish, or we hit the bar (Jonjo Shelvey).
Eventually our good work paid off as Luis Suarez’ freekick hit the bar before rebounding to Glen Johnson. Johnson lobbed the ball back in and Daniel Agger powered it home for our only goal of the game.
It was no more than we had deserved.
We weren’t as sharp in the second half but Southampton really threatened so our lackluster performance wasn’t punished. All in all, another 3 points and no injuries so I’ll take it.
MOTM: Jose Enrique who was also unlucky not to grab a goal for himself. The only downside to the game was Suarez picking up his 5th yellow card (for a silly handball) meaning he’ll miss the game against West Ham next week.
I was expecting us to lose so I’m happy with draw and a little disappointed because with a little luck we would’ve won the game.
MOTM: Pepe, easily. Also are there still people out there who think Stewart Downing should stay on as a Liverpool player?
I have nothing more to add that hasn’t been said already and the Premier League officials don’t deserve my time or thought process. Instead, here’s the man who deserved a hat trick and his teammates who deserved a win today.
And to round it off, a nice banner to remind us what still is possible in Merseyside, unity over the one subject that affects all in Liverpool.
The Dagger is on Twitter!
How did I not know this?