LIVERPOOL STUTTER V WEST BROM

Friends Of Liverpool

After Liverpool’s exhilarating display in the win over Everton mid-week, it was perhaps, expected that we would fail to maintain that kind of performance again at West Brom.

Sturridge

Mignolet makes vital saves but his distribution is poor.

Toure is a competent defender, nothing more, his give away pass was very poor.

Skrtel has been a rock in defence this Season, even if he has the habit of pulling and dragging forwards at every opportunity.

Flanagan did well again, dunno why he was taken off.

Cissoko is slowly improving each game, gets some crosses in.

Gerrard as a sweeper at the back is improving with each game. helping out in defence and launching some attacks.

Henderson playing on the right of midfield was a bit subdued today.

Sterling had a good game, always on the attack, causing WBA problems.

Coutinho I really believe the young man needs a rest from the first-team, looks jaded.

Suarez tried and tried again, set-up Sturridge’s goal, otherwise, couldn’t break through.

Sturridge did well with the goal, otherwise found it tough against a determined West Brom defence.

Liverpool still remain in 4th, despite dropping 2 points on Sunday.

We will need to play much better against Arsenal next Saturday if we want to remain in the top-four this Season.

 

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