Sunday, October 17, 2010

'New era for Liverpool started from the bottom after the collapse against Everton

  Liverpool crashed on the penultimate place in the standings of the Premier League after losing 2:0 in the derby against Everton at Goodison Park. Goals from Tim Cahill (34) and Mikel Arteta (50) brought the hosts deserved victory in front of the new owner of the Reds' John Henry.
Everton manager David Moyes had made a change in the starting lineup, compared with 11 who started the first victory at Caramel for the season - success with 2:0 in the visit of Birmingham two weeks ago. Johnny Heitinga opened instead Marwan Felaini while central defender Phil Jagielka, who is thought to miss the derby through injury, was in the starting line-up of the hosts. Liverpool came back injuries after Fernando Torres and Paul Konchesky, on behalf of injured Dirk Kuyt, Glen Johnson and Christian Poulsen.

The hosts started more actively and with much movement and squeeze Liverpool pressed in his own half and twice the distance and Jagielka were released into the penalty area and made strong blows to the door of the Rhine. The first danger created by guests who came all the way in the 22 th minute when Torres detect head of Joe Cole cross but the Spaniard's shot was saved by Tim Howard.
In the 34-minute samples Seamus Coleman right flank, passed easily through Konchesky and Meyrelesh autliniyata and almost back to Cahill, who shot in front of Reina Leyva. Absolutely inadequate in the situation acted in defense of all guests - something that happened repeatedly in the course of that first half.
Only five minutes after the resumption of the game and Everton inflicted his second shot. Mikel Arteta this time stuffed with Reyna kick from almost the edge of the box. In shots of the midfielder 'Caramel But Yakubu, who was offside, was standing guard just outside of Liverpool and not allow him to see it entering the goal ball. Followed pressure from alumni Roy Hodgson but Reds also failed to create a real danger in front of Howard, but a few swipe. The most serious situation was discovered before Fernando Torres in 86 minutes, but the Spaniard's shot was saved by the American guard of the hosts.
So Liverpool will not win in the fifth game in the Premier League and e already on the penultimate place in the standings, with only slightly better goal difference than their West Ham left them to the Hammers. Everton did achieve a second success in the Premiership and first at Goodison since the beginning of the campaign, thanks to which "Caramel, which were before the derby with equal points with Liverpool, climbed to 11 th place.


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