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Despite Liverpool coming away with nothing at Old Trafford on Sunday, we must be pleased with the second-half performance of the team.

Many teams would have folded after going two goals down to Ferguson’s team, but Liverpool took the game to United and could have earned a draw against the Manc’s.

Sturridge’s second-half arrival at the expense of Lucas paid dividends as the former Chelsea striker stroked in a rebound from a Gerrard shot to really put Liverpool back in the game.

Daniel Sturridge, along with Luis Suarez, who was double-marked all throughout the game by Vidic and Ferdinand both managed to combine with some good forward play.

Fabio Borini, returning from a long-term ankle-injury had a decent shot that just swerved wide.

So, yes we started poorly, but we finished stronger and we should have had a draw, if we converted all our chances.

But its looking good for the remainder of the Season.

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