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  • Liverpool 0-1 Wolverhampton Wanderers: Ward great-finish

    Wolverhampton Wanderers defeated Liverpool 0-1 in English League continued. Stephen Ward's single goal to make the Reds have to bear the embarrassment in front of their own supporters.

    Compete at Anfield on Wednesday (29/12/2010), Liverpool reinforced Steven Gerrard again that has recovered from injury. On the front lines, the Reds relied duo Fernando Torres, David Ngog.

    Although Liverpool controlled the game more, they seem difficult to disassemble Wolves defense. Indeed the visitors who occasionally attacked often endanger goalkeeper Pepe Reina.

    Having no goal in the first half, Wolves managed to excel in the second round via sontekan Stephen Ward. This goal forces failed to reply to Roy Hodgson until the game ends.

    These results make Liverpool stunned ranks 12th in the English Premier League standings with 22 points from 18 matches. While the Wolves went up to rank 19 with a collection of 18 points.

    The game

    Both teams immediately display the game open in the fast tempo from the kick off. An opportunity is present for the Reds in the seventh minute through Raul Meireles. Getting feedback from Torres stomach, the Portuguese player was directly confronted with Wolves goalkeeper Wayne Hennessey. But his left foot shot still can be driven Hennessey.

    Two minutes later, Wolves replace threaten Liverpool's goal. Starting from a corner kick, Stephen Hunt to volley off the left foot is still thin on the goalkeeper Pepe Reina.

    Wolves re-gain the opportunity through experiments Sylvan Ebanks-Blake in the 19th minute. Unfortunately, Ebanks-Blake shot from outside the penalty box is still too weak and laterally to the right of Reina's goal.

    David Ngog had to opportunity in minute 33. Left foot shot from the French players are from outside the penalty box right leads into the arms of Hennessey.

    The Reds started the second half with a chance of Ngog. Starting from the bait Dirk Kuyt, Ngog header still not meet the target.

    Ngog to opportunity ripe to break down Wolves goalkeeper in the 49th minute. Sontekan right leg advantage sodoran Glen Johnson was wide.

    Continue to attack, Wolves actually managed to steal a goal in the 56th minute. Liverpool defender carelessness in anticipation of a breakthrough bait Ebanks-Blake made Stephen Ward faced with Reina. With one strike, Ward managed to break through the net.

    The visitors had a chance to double the advantage in the 63rd minute. Through a crisis in front of goal, Kevin Foley kick off the left foot toward the goal. Luckily, the ball successfully blocked Johnson.

    Liverpool's efforts to present equalized six minutes later. Unfortunately, the shot from substitute Ryan Babel still deviated on the right side Wolves goalkeeper.

    Liverpool had scored a goal two minutes before the fight ended. Unfortunately, the referee disallowed a goal because Martin Skrtel Slovak origin players are caught offside beforehand.

    Until the fight ended, no longer a goal that is created.

    Team Line-up:
    Liverpool: Pepe Reina, Martin Skrtel, Sotirios Kyrgiakos, Paul Konchesky (Fabio Aurelio 74 '), Glen Johnson, Lucas, Steven Gerrard, Dirk Kuyt, Raul Meireles (Joe Cole 73'); David Ngog (Ryan Babel 63 '), Fernando Torres

    Wolverhampton: Wayne Hennessey, Christophe Berra, Richard Stearman, George Elokobi, Ronald Zubar; Nenad Milijas, Kevin Foley, Stephen Ward (Steven Fletcher 78 '), Stephen Hunt, Matthew Jarvis (David Edwards 89'), Sylvan Ebanks-Blake


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