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  • Liverpool 2-2 Sunderland: Kuyt bizarre-goal, Bent double

    Liverpool again failed to achieve victory. Play at home, Steven Gerrard et al. detained Sunderland draw 2-2.

    Liverpool to face Sunderland at Anfield in a match that took place on Saturday (09/25/2010).

    'The Red' winning goal by Dirk Kuyt bizarre-goal before the fifth minute. Darren Bent brings Sunderland penalty evened the score 1-1.

    'The Black Cats' back ahead early in the second half again through Bent. Steven Gerrard into the Anfield Gank rescue thanks to his goal at 64th minute.

    This is the third time in a row Liverpool failed to achieve victory in the Premier League, having previously held Birmingham 0-0 and losing 2-3 to Manchester United.

    With this result Liverpool who collected six points ranked 15th standings. While Sunderland with a value of seven is on the stairs to the 10th.

    The game

    Liverpool managed to rip the opponent's goal in the second minute through striker Fernando Torres. But goals from Steven Gerrard's free kick started it annulled because of El Nino judged offside.

    Liverpool finally scored in the fifth minute through Dirk Kuyt. This goal came from a free kick by Michael Turner in his own defense. He directed the ball toward the goalkeeper Simon Mignolet. But the ball rolled just short and the situation was exploited by Fernando Torres to grab the ball, what a bizarre goal.

    Furthermore, Torres ran dribble and pass towards Kuyt who are on the right. Dutch players who are later struck the ball into the goal of The Black Cats.

    This goal was a protest from the players for the visitors. Reporting from Eurosport, Turner claimed that he had not intended to perform a free kick. He was rolling the ball to kicked by the goalkeeper. So in this case Turner considers the situation is still the ball off to Sunderland.

    But after consulting with his assistant, referee endorse these goals.

    Sunderland scored the equalizing in the 24th minute through Marcus Bent penalty. The execution of these English players but the ball was intercepted Reina's goal remains to break 'The Red'. There was a penalty awarded after Christian Poulsen in the box handsball forbidden.

    After these goals several times inconvenient Sunderland Liverpool defense. But until halftime created no additional goals.

    Public Anfield was silenced in the 48th minute when Sunderland turned excel. Back Bent posted his name on the scoreboard.

    This goal came from a cross Nedum Onouha. With the header of the head, Bent with strong header beat the goalkeeper Pepe Reina.

    Afterwards the visitors more often launch pressure defense toward the Reds.

    Fruit protege Roy Hodgson efforts bear fruit in the 64th minute when Steven Gerrard's header goal to break down Sunderland. Starting from a puncture of the right-wing Torres, the Spanish player is then to send feedback to the penalty box.

    The ball had hit Michael Turner and then greeted Gerrard to rip Mignolet wicket.

    Wave of attacks launched by Liverpool in the 75th minute. Starting from a kick which could be pushed over David Ngog Mignolet. Gerrard struck the ball rebound later but still hit the opponent defender.

    The next round leather received Kuyt. From the right wing, Kuyt sent the ball into the penalty box. Bait has been greeted Torres but can still be resisted Mignolet.

    In the remaining time trying to score Liverpool's extra. But the chances that got Glen Johnson and David Ngog still deviated from the target.

    Cooperation between Glen Johnson, David Ngog and Daniel Agger in injury time still can be broken by a Sunderland defender.

    Liverpool's last chance is present in the final minutes. Receiving feedback header from Martin Skretel, Agger is free-header but still misses the target.

    Team Line-up:

    Liverpool: Reina; Skretel, Carragher, Konchesky (Agger 28 '), Johnson, Poulsen (Ngog 61'), Gerrard, Meireles, Cole, Kuyt, Torres

    Sunderland: Mignolet; Bramble, Turner, Bardsley, Onouha, Cattermole, Henderson, Malbranque (Riveros 89 '), Al-Muhammadi, Welbeck (Gyan 82'), Bent (Zenden 90 ')


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