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Submitted by SadeckJaffal 648d ago | highlight

Highlights: Liverpool 5-0 Swansea City ( English Premier League 17/02/2013 )

[1-0] S. Gerrard (pen.) - 34'
[2-0] P. Coutinho - 46'
[3-0] J. Enrique - 50'
[4-0] L. Suarez - 56'
[5-0] D. Sturridge (pen.) - 71' (English Premier League, Liverpool FC, Swansea City)

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SadeckJaffal  +   648d ago
i am really sure that no one expected this score , i mean this was like a training for liverpool , and swansea they didn't do anything !!
btw suarez didn't seemed happy when rodgers replaced him.
vulcanproject  +   647d ago
Swansea rested most of their key players for their cup final next weekend.

I didn't expect it to end in such a big win but I did expect Liverpool to win fairly comfortably when I saw the teamsheet. Liverpool got lucky in their timing for this game really.

Small clubs like Swansea usually have class first choice players, but little strength in depth.
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