FELT LIKE A VICTORY

Friends Of Liverpool

What an eventful game at the Emerites.
Losing Aurelio, Carra and Carroll would have derailed many a side playing at Arsenal, but Liverpool just stuck at it right to the bitter end.
After going behind in the 8th minute of injury time, I was sure we had lost, but Liverpool’s young guns went for it and Lucas first won a free-kick and then a penalty which Dirk Kuyt typically rifled home to give Liverpool a deserved draw in the 110 minute of play.
It felt like a win such was the magnintude of the task placed on our players.
With so many players out injured like: Steven Gerrard, Daniel Agger and Glen Johnson, then to lose Aurelio, Carra and Carroll, its a minor miracle that Liverpool got anything from the game.
The fact that that young, inexperienced side claimed a dramatic late draw at Arsenal speaks volumes about them, the team and the manager Kenny Dalglish..
He has breathed new life into Liverpool since he took over in January, with minimum resources, he has achieved maximum results.
Well done Liverpool and King Kenny.
Wenger, you are always a bad loser.

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