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Arsenal-Liverpool [R]

Bigpapa422010-04-28 14:34:57 +0000 #1
Pretty big match for both sides. Both are coming off mid-week Champions League fixtures. Arsenal should have the advantage because they are at Highbury and Liverpool are still having problems finding goals.

Both sides need the result. Arsenal can't afford to drop many more points of they risk missing out on CL qualification. Liverpool will fall further behind Man United if they drop points here.
MIDO_IS_DA_BEST2010-04-28 14:50:15 +0000 #2
its only 1-0 it should b 5-0

hleb is great
Bigpapa422010-04-28 15:09:57 +0000 #3
The Fabregas pass to spring Henry on the goal was amazing. Threaded it perfectly. Henry missed two he should have buried here in the 2nd half. Liverpool haven't been too threatening, but 1-0 is still a slim lead.
MIDO_IS_DA_BEST2010-04-28 15:33:52 +0000 #4
have you got the link
Bigpapa422010-04-28 15:50:47 +0000 #5
To what?

Here's a vid of the Fabregas pass and the Henry goal:
MIDO_IS_DA_BEST2010-04-28 16:59:42 +0000 #6
thnx its great
Bigpapa422010-04-28 17:26:33 +0000 #7
Liverpool pull equal on a questionable run of play - Gerrard fouled Fabregas to start off the attack - and a Lehmann mistake lets Garcia hits it. But Xabi Alonso gets a second yellow and goes off, followed by a horrid backpass by Gerrard that Henry intercepts easily and scores. Henry could have had about 5 goals in this one, cuz he just passed off to Pires instead of shooting and Pires hit the post...
Bigpapa422010-04-28 16:37:35 +0000 #8
Big win for Arsenal. Huge. I'm sure the 'Pool supporters will feel a bit aggrieved, as the second yellow to Alonso looked a bit more like he fell into Senderos than an actual tackle. Plus the second Arsenal goal came on a bad mistake by a player who is not supposed to make those. But if it had stayed 1-1, or if Liverpool had won, Gunners supporters would have felt more than a little aggrieved, not just becuase of the Lehmann mistake that lead to the Garcia goal, but that it looked like Gerrard came through Fabregas from behind to start off the attack in midfield.



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