Monday, September 3, 2012

(Video+Pics) Liverpool 0 Vs 2 Arsenal - First Victory

Lukas Podolski and Santi Cazorla extend sweet note Arsenal at Anfield, while ensuring first victory this season.
Two goals became Arsenal's first two goals this season, and three games Arsenal have not conceded at all.
Arsenal immediately attacked in the early minutes, but Liverpool were first to threaten the visitors' goal, Fabio Borini unfortunately shot was wide by the goalkeeper Vito Mannone. Liverpool almost scored when Daniel Agger failed to pass on Steven Gerrard's corner.
Captain of the host made a blunder when he falsely gave passing, making Arsenal player directly to counter attack. Cazorla was poked toward the middle before giving the ball to Podolski who was able to conquer Glen Johnson and Pepe Reina in the 31st minute.

Arsenal almost doubled notch, if only Olivier Giroud did not waste a golden opportunity to useless. These results hold out until halftime.
At the beginning of the second half, Luis Suarez tries to get past Per Mertesacker. He fell in the penalty box, but because he was seen falling too fast and had a reputation for good at acting, Howard Webb did not budge.

Suarez once again get the opportunity to work with the new Stewart Downing came on for Borini, but his shot can still be pushed Mannone.
Arsenal only managed to double the position in the 67th minute through Cazorla, again in collaboration with Podolski. He had a one-two with German players, and shot former Malaga it really was dammed Reina.

 Behind two goals, the hosts look very frustrating. Gerrard even had violated Thomas Vermaelen, the Arsenal captain he manage to thrown out of the field. He's lucky he did not get a card because the action is.
Until the game ends, Liverpool was able to reduce the position and had to give up in the cage. This defeat became their second defeat in three games, after the match against Manchester City last week they were only able to draw.

Liverpoo l: Reina, Johnson, Skrtel, Agger, Jose Enrique, Gerrard, Allen, Sahin (Shelvey 67), Borini (Downing 55), Suarez, Sterling.
Arsenal: Mannone, Jenkinson, Mertesacker, Vermaelen (Koscielny 90 +1), Gibbs, Diaby, Arteta, Oxlade Chamberlain (Ramsey 73), Cazorla, Podolski (Andre Santos 82), Giroud.



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