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Man City v Liverpool: Rodgers angry at 'horrendous' decisions

Lee Mason get a clue

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asmith23061072d ago

I don't agree with Rodgers about the penalty claims as that happens every week in the box, but the offside call, that was a horrendous decision. Stirling puts that in and it's 2-0, and a completely different game. Liverpool deserved a least a draw, I thought they were outstanding, and have been for a while now.

I'm not a Liverpool supporter at all but it makes me happy when clubs like Liverpool with great tradition are coming back against the money made clubs like City and Chelsea, by doing it with good attitude and good football alone. That move that Coutinho couldn't finish was insane, wonderful to watch. Let's hope they can keep Suarez and keep driving onwards.

listenkids1071d ago

How would it have been 2-0 when it was before they scored 1. Are you sure the events of what happened afterwards would still happen? Let's not be delusional about it, it would have been a goal yes, but would it change the entire outcome of the match? No one will ever know.