Friends Of Liverpool

Well thats another poor perfomance by Liverpool.

Yes, Stoke are a tough to beat but we handed them victory with mistakes by Martin Skrtel and Daniel Agger at the back.

But a poor performance by Liverpool’s midfield in covering for the back-four largely contributed to our downfall at the Brittania Stadium.

Player-Ratings below:

Pepe Reina: 5/10: Might have saved Jones goal at the near post.

Glen Johnson: 6/10: Tried his best but nothing came off for him.

Martin Skrtel:4/10: Slipped badly for Walter’s goal, had a bad night.

Daniel Agger: 4/10: Had a poor game by his high standards.

Jose Enrique: 6/10: Tried his best to set up Suarez, played well.

Johnjo Shelvey: 4/10: Worked hard but his touch was poor when he had chances.

Steven Gerrard: 5/10: Scored the penalty but was ineffective there-after.

Lucas Leiva:6/10: Still trying to get back to his best after injury.

Suso: 4/10: I don’t believe in  this guy at all, replaced by Sterling.

Stewart Downing: 4/10: Back to his anonymous worst.

Luis Suarez: 6/10: Won the penalty for Liverpool, always busy.

Subs: Not worth a mention.

We are currently a mid-table team and we are hoping Daniel Sturridge will get us into the top four, dream on!

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