FOURTH? WE CAN FINISH THIRD

Friends Of Liverpool

What a match! A titanic tussle between Merseyside’s rivals which was as physical and intense a derby I have witnessed.
Liverpool played the game with just ten men for nearly an hour.
Dirk Kuyt’s 50th goal for the Reds early in the second half was enough for Liverpool, who played like men possessed throughout the game.
The win pushed us into fourth place and we stay there tonight as Man City lost to Hull and Spurs and Villa played out a 0-0 draw.
We now have 44 points, just five behind Arsenal, who play Chelsea tomorrow.
Should the Gunners lose on Sunday, then we have a great chance to close the gap on them to just two points on Wednesday night.
That is something well within our grasp as we have finally gotten over our poor early season form.
Its onwards and upwards from now on.