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Four goals against Madrid midweek and four again today against our hated enemy in their own backyard!

With no Alonso and Arbeloa crying off injured minutes before the game, I admit I thought we had no chance, how wrong could I be.

Even going behind to Ronaldo (pouf) penalty, didn’t halt Liverpool’s determination to win this match. Torres finished superbly after Vidic’s error and then an Evra foul on Stevie G meant we had a 2-1 lead at half-time.

More off the same in the second half, Liverpool resolute at the back and in midfield, we looked comfortable all over the pitch.

Vidic was having a nightmare and when he pulled down Gerard just outside the box and got sent off, Aurelio stepped up and lofted the ball into the top corner, it was three-one to the reds and the game looked to be won.

It was all over when sub Andre Dossena latched on to a long kickout from Riena to loop the ball over Van der Saar.

So 4-1 to Liverpool, we have done the double over our hated rivals and we are now just four points behind them.

Well done Rafa and the team, brilliant!

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