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Submitted by Sahil 667d ago | highlight

Highlights: Liverpool 3-0 Wigan Athletic (English Premier League - 17/11/12)

1-0 Suarez (48')
2-0 Suarez (58')
3-0 Enrique (66') (English Premier League, Liverpool FC, Wigan)

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Gamer1982  +   667d ago
Good result for scouse red and will give them confidence they need to get more results in the near future.
freeduck  +   667d ago
Suarez on fire, 10 in 12 :D

Good tactical change by Rodgers, the team much more fluid in 2nd half
imtiyaz6  +   667d ago
Sterling is absolutely phenomenal for a 17 year old.
PaPa-Slam  +   667d ago
Suarez & Sterling are on fire.
Kopite_2020  +   667d ago
Enrique was excellent against Chelsea and has really impressed me as a makeshift winger!
asmith2306  +   666d ago
About time Liverpool got a good score on the board. It has been coming all season.
Diffraction_Fos  +   666d ago
As usual they can't help but talk about Suarez's stamp on the opponent's foot as if it's purely intentional, all the while ignoring the kick that cut Allen's face by the Wigan player. Typical English media.
The_Klank  +   666d ago
In fairness the 'stamp' was pretty nasty, not only that but he has that kind of reputation however true or not.

Anyways good win, can see them creeping up the table to upset Spurs and Arsenal.
Diffraction_Fos  +   666d ago
You mean the same "reputation" that lost him the clear penalty call against Norwich, and the one against United while Young was given one for actually diving? Oh yes, let's judge players by their "reputation". That's always a great idea for a referee. "Yeah that's a clear foul on him but let's not call it because of his reputation". The quality of the match officials this season has been largely disappointing.
The_Klank  +   666d ago
Hey I never said I agreed with it but that's reality, which I'm sure the player himself is aware of.
I do agree about the officials, some shocking decisions this season.

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