Monday, March 1, 2010

Gerrard & Torres Ensure Victory At Anfield

- Gerrard 20,
- Torres 44

- Andrews (pen) 40

**Liverpool win 2-1 at 28 week English League. Entertain Blackburn Rovers, the Reds won 2-1 thanks to goals that scored by Steven Gerrard and Fernando Torres.

At Anfield, Sunday (28/2/2010), Liverpool winning first through Steven Gerrard in the 20th minute. The visitors had equalized through a penalty executions Keith Andrews in the 40th minute, before Torres ensure victory with a goal host in 43 minutes.

This is the first victory in English League Liverpool after the two previous matches Manchester City 0-0 balanced and subject to Arsenal by 0-1. An additional three points to make the Kop are now collecting 48 points and had six positions go mandarins.

Create Blackburn, the defeat of the 12 it makes them not depart from the board mid-table. With 34 total points accumulated, they are stuck in position 12.

Match path

When the game has been running for two minutes, Blackburn had threatened goalkeeper Pepe Reina guarded. Christopher Samba header from a distance with the keeper caught the Spanish origin.

Nine minutes later, Blackburn returned to threaten Liverpool's goal. Nikola Kalinic kick receiving from Morten Gamst Pedersen ball veered to the right side of the goal.

Despite the continued attack by the visitors, but Liverpool managed to excel even in the first 20 minutes by foot Gerrard. Liverpool skipper was receiving feedback from Yossi Benayoun and then took him to the left side of the goal and let rip a loud kick Paul Robinson's goal. This is the eighth goal was England international players throughout this season.

Reina was forced back by a squad of hard work Sam Allydarce landing. Goalkeepers numbered 25 should be back to catch the ball jump Pedersen kick from close range.

Chance the home team doubled the advantage 30 minutes. However, the header from Dirk Kyut still extended to the left side of the Blackburn goal after receiving feedback Gerrard.

Jamie Carragher disastrous for the team at minute 40. England defender's conduct in the box handsball forbidden fruit gift penalty. Keith Andrews successfully directing the ball into the bottom right Reina's goal and score automatically changed to 1-1.

Four minutes later, Liverpool managed to lead. This time through cooperation between Maxi Rodriguez - Torres. The last player called successful kick off at close range and made his team leading 2-1. Score stood until halftime ..

The Reds again get a chance in the 54th minute. Gerrard free-kick from the right side of the field greeted by Daniel Agger header. But the ball is not on target due to float above Robinson's goal.

Robinson returned to rescue a hit four minutes later. He denied Kuyt header leading to the lower left corner of Gerrard assists.

Blackburn who continued to fight trying to find goals penyama counterattack. El Hadji Diouff provide feedback to David Hoilett, but on the left side field can still be anticipated Reina.

The rest, the game went relatively flat. And there is no threat means that waged by the two teams that competed.

New in 83 minutes, the hosts back Gerarrd create opportunities through which to accept the ball from Kuyt. But score changed frustrated because his shot was deviated far to the left of the visitors goal.

Blackburn are still left, trying to equalize in the last minute game. Effort will be made by the Samba but it did not work into goals. Finally, the long whistle to signal the game there is no goal is created. Score remained at 2-1 to win the number of Liverpool.


Liverpool: Pepe Reina, Daniel Agger, Jamie Carragher; Fabio Aurelio (Emiliano Insua '39); Javier Mascherano; Lucas; Steven Gerrard; Maxi Rodriguez; Dirk Kuyt; Fabio Aurelio; Yossi Benayoun (Ryan Babel '81); Fernando Torres (David Ngog '89)

Blackburn: Paul Robinson; Gael Givet; Christopher Samba; Martin Olsson (Pascal Chimbonda '51); Michel Salgado; Morten Gamst Pedersen; Keith Andrews; Nzonzi Steven (Vince Grella '60); David Hoilett (Jason Roberts '65); El - Hadji Diouff; Nikola Kalinic

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