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Monday, February 4, 2013

Match review of Manchester city and liverpool game.



Sad to admit that liverpool could not maintain its lead at Ethiad stadium. Steven Gerrad has always shown his form in critical matches and have proved his importance as one of the irreplaceable liverpool player and a fantastic captain as well. some errors made by the players cost us 3 points in this game. Manchester city also had pressure to maintain pressure on the league leader Manchester united by winning this game and they have nice records in their home game at Ethiad stadium.

Edin Dzeko scored for Manchester city at the 23rd minute and after some time Daniel sturridge the new signing for january from Chelsea scored back and levelled the game to 1 -1 before the first half of the game. Steven gerrad took the lead in the second half of the game which was levelled  by sergio Aguero at the 78th minute.




SCORING SUMMARY

Manchester City
Edin Dzeko (23')
Sergio Ag├╝ero (78')

Liverpool
(29') Daniel Sturridge
(73') Steven Gerrard

MATCH STATS

Manchester City                                                  Liverpool
11(3)                   Shots (on goal)                            22(4)
16                      Fouls                                            9
9                         Corner kicks                                 10
0                          Offsides                                        2
46%                         Time of Possession                   54%
2                          Yellow Cards                                  4
0                           Red Cards                                     0
2                           Saves                                            1


Watch the goal highlights between Manchester City VS Liverpool .




Reina's mistake cost us a lot and aguero was furtunate to score from a such tight angle.

There's always an opportunity to perform well next time as we will be facing West Bromwich Albion at Anfield and as all we know we have unfinished business with them to repay the loss suffered in their home ground.

YNWA