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Manchester City
2 - 3
Liverpool

City of Manchester Stadium

05/10/08

Attendance: 47,280

Referee: Peter Walton

Manchester CityLiverpool
Ireland (19) Garrido (41) Torres (55 , 73) Kuyt (90)
Joe Hart     Jose Reina    
Pablo Zabaleta     Alvaro Arbeloa    
Richard Dunne     Jamie Carragher    
Micah Richards     Martin Skrtel    
Javier Garrido     Fabio Aurelio     (70)
Wright-Phillips     Javier Mascherano     (71)
Stephen Ireland     Dirk Kuyt    
Vincent Kompany     Steven Gerrard    
Elano     (85) Xabi Alonso    
Robinho     (80) Albert Riera     (81)
Jo     (70) Fernando Torres    
Substitutes
Kasper Schmeichel     Diego Cavalieri    
Martin Petrov     (85) Andrea Dossena     (70)
Gelson Fernandes     (70) Daniel Agger    
Dietmar Hamann     Robbie Keane     (71)
Ched Evans     (80) Yossi Benayoun     (81)
Tal Ben-Haim     Ryan Babel    
Daniel Sturridge     Leiva Lucas    
Game Statistics
7
Goal Attempts
14
5
On Target
7
1
Corners
7
1
Offside
6
11
Fouls
12
1
Yellow Cards
1
1
Red Cards
0
46
%
54
Comments...
Any know of a local vet coz I feel as sick as a parrott!

Writer:Tudor
Date:Sunday October 5 2008
Time: 6:14PM

Comments

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look at all the shots and corners compared to us.........thats is saying something like we let them come back at us tooooo much.....we definately didnt keep posession as much as we should have......
lincolnblue
05/10/2008 18:50:00
0
Were did you get those stats from Tudor? According to Sky Sports Liverpool had 66.4% of the possession.
JohnDoe
05/10/2008 19:03:00
0
Tellingly, Hughes has announced he will address the defensive situation in January. Clearly, he has seen enough. We've scored more goals than any other side in the Premier League but failure to defend as a team, certainly at set pieces has undone a lot of hard work.
Johnny Baguette
05/10/2008 19:15:00
0
Stats came from the BBC
Tudor
05/10/2008 20:15:00
0
Still a long way to go, but the signs are positive. Still hopeful of a top 6 finish but need to string a few wins together in the next few matches.
oliverblue
05/10/2008 20:26:00
0
SHAME ON CITY FANS SHAME! How can u Boo a guy (Skrtel) who is so badly injured & as he was taken off on a stretcher.Great game but I was hoping for a draw.Any how u city fans looking to lost Humanity with ur Money! Anyhow rather than u should focus for rest of the season & buy big name players in Defence specially a Keeper.
Saimon_blues
05/10/2008 21:19:00
0
The stats seem to tell the story of the second half. But in the first half we had them reeling for long periods and SWP looked as good as any Brazilian. I thought Jo led the line really well too. But 21 shots on goal as opposed to 12 tells a hell of a story for the Liverpool comeback.
Sindbad
06/10/2008 10:50:00
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