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    Update: Liverpool 09/10 Fixtures & Results

    Wednesday, 15 July 2009
    Friendly Match
    St Gallen 0-0 Liverpool

    Sunday, 19 July 2009
    Friendly Match
    Rapid Vienna 1-0 Liverpool

    Wednesday, 22 July 2009
    Friendly Match
    Thailand 1-1 Liverpool

    Sunday, 26 July 2009

    Friendly Match
    Singapore 0-5 Liverpool

    Wednesday, 5 August 2009
    Friendly Match
    Lyn 0-2 Liverpool

    Saturday, 8 August 2009
    Friendly Match
    Liverpool 1-2 Atletico Madrid

    Sunday, 16 August 2009
    Barclays Premier League
    Tottenham 2-1 Liverpool

    Wednesday, 19 August 2009
    Barclays Premier League
    Liverpool 4-0 Stoke

    Monday, 24 August 2009
    Barclays Premier League
    Liverpool 1-3 Aston Villa

    Saturday, 29 August 2009
    Barclays Premier League
    Bolton 2-3 Liverpool

    Saturday, 12 September 2009
    Barclays Premier League
    Liverpool 4-0 Burnley

    Wednesday, 16 September 2009
    Uefa Champions League
    Liverpool 1-0 Debrecen

    Saturday, 19 September 2009
    Barclays Premier League
    West Ham 2-3 Liverpool

    Tuesday, 22 September 2009
    Carling Cup
    Leeds United 0-1 Liverpool

    Saturday, 26 September 2009
    Barclays Premier League
    Liverpool 6-1 Hull, 15:00

    Tuesday, 29 September 2009
    Uefa Champions League
    Fiorentina 2-0 Liverpool

    [B]Sunday, 4 October 2009[/B
    Barclays Premier League
    Chelsea 0-2 Liverpool

    Saturday, 17 October 2009
    Barclays Premier League
    Sunderland 1-0 Liverpool

    Tuesday, 20 October 2009
    Uefa Champions League
    Liverpool 1-2 Lyon

    Sunday, 25 October 2009
    Barclays Premier League
    Liverpool 2-0 Man Utd

    Tuesday, 27 October 2009
    Carling Cup
    Arsenal 2-1 Liverpool

    Saturday, 31 October 2009
    Barclays Premier League
    Fulham 3-1 Liverpool

    Wednesday, 4 November 2009
    Uefa Champions League
    Lyon 1-1 Liverpool

    Monday, 9 November 2009
    Barclays Premier League
    Liverpool 2-2 Birmingham

    Saturday, 21 November 2009
    Barclays Premier League
    Liverpool 2-2 Man City

    Tuesday, 24 November 2009
    Uefa Champions League
    Debrecen 0-1 Liverpool

    Sunday, 29 November 2009
    Barclays Premier League
    Everton 0-2 Liverpool

    Saturday, 5 December 2009

    Barclays Premier League
    Blackburn 0-0 Liverpool, 15:00

    Wednesday, 9 December 2009
    Uefa Champions League
    Liverpool 1-2 Fiorentina

    Saturday, 12 December 2009

    Barclays Premier League
    Liverpool 1-2 Arsenal

    Wednesday, 16 December 2009
    Barclays Premier League
    Liverpool 2-1 Wigan

    Saturday, 19 December 2009

    Barclays Premier League
    Portsmouth 2-0 Liverpool

    Saturday, 26 December 2009
    Barclays Premier League
    Liverpool 2-0 Wolverhampton, 15:00

    Monday, 28 December 2009
    Barclays Premier League
    Aston Villa 0-1 Liverpool

    Wednesday, 13 January 2010
    The FA Cup
    Liverpool 1-2 Reading, R3R, 19:45

    Saturday, 16 January 2010
    Barclays Premier League
    Stoke 1-1 Liverpool

    Wednesday, 20 January 2010
    Barclays Premier League
    Liverpool 2-0 Tottenham

    Tuesday, 26 January 2010
    Barclays Premier League
    Wolverhampton 0-0 Liverpool

    Saturday, 30 January 2010
    Barclays Premier League
    Liverpool 2-0 Bolton

    Saturday, 6 February 2010

    Barclays Premier League
    Liverpool 1-0 Everton

    Tuesday, 9 February 2010
    Barclays Premier League
    Arsenal 1-0 Liverpool

    Thursday, 18 February 2010
    Uefa Europa League
    Liverpool 1-0 Unirea Urziceni, 32R, L1

    Sunday, 21 February 2010
    Barclays Premier League
    Man City 0-0 Liverpool

    Thursday, 25 February 2010
    Uefa Europa League
    Unirea Urziceni 1-3 (Win agg 1-4) Liverpool, 32R, L2,

    Saturday, 27 February 2010
    Barclays Premier League
    Liverpool 2-1 Blackburn

    Saturday, 6 March 2010
    Barclays Premier League
    Wigan 1-0 Liverpool

    Thursday, 11 March 2010
    Uefa Europa League
    Lille 1-0 Liverpool

    Saturday, 13 March 2010
    Barclays Premier League
    Liverpool 4-1 Portsmouth

    Saturday, 20 March 2010
    Barclays Premier League
    Man Utd 2-1 Liverpool

    Saturday, 27 March 2010
    Barclays Premier League
    Liverpool 3-0 Sunderland

    Saturday, 3 April 2010

    Barclays Premier League
    Birmingham 1-1 Liverpool

    Sunday, 11 April 2010 <------------------------
    Barclays Premier League
    Liverpool v Fulham, 15:00

    Saturday, 17 April 2010
    Barclays Premier League
    Liverpool v West Ham, 15:00

    Saturday, 24 April 2010
    Barclays Premier League
    Burnley v Liverpool, 15:00

    Saturday, 1 May 2010
    Barclays Premier League
    Liverpool v Chelsea, 15:00

    Sunday, 9 May 2010
    Barclays Premier League
    Hull v Liverpool, 15:00
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    TOTTENHAM HOTSPUR 2-1 LIVERPOOL
    Sunday 16 August 2009 16:00 , Barclays Premier League

    REDS SLUMP TO OPENING DAY DEFEAT

    Goals from Beniot Assou-Ekotto and Sebastien Bassong condemned Liverpool to a disappointing opening day defeat at Tottenham Hotspur.

    Full-back Assou-Ekotto fired Spurs into the lead just before half-time with a powerful drive into the top corner after the home team had threatened throughout the opening 45 minutes.

    Steven Gerrard gave the Reds hope with a 56th minute penalty, but Bassong restored Tottenham's lead with a towering header to inflict defeat on Rafael Benitez's charges in the first game of the new season.

    Liverpool were boosted pre-match by the inclusion of Gerrard, Martin Skrtel and Jamie Carragher in their starting XI after the trio were deemed fit following recent injury concerns.

    The Reds' first opening arrived in the fifth minute when Skrtel's long-ball forward almost allowed Ryan Babel a clear run on goal, but Spurs' summer signing Bassong was able to recover and deny the Dutchman a shooting opportunity.

    On 15 minutes, centre-back duo Carragher and Skrtel were involved in a heavy but accidental collision as they both went to head a ball into the box clear.

    The Anfield vice-captain required stitches to a head wound, while Skrtel received treatment on the side of the pitch before the pair both returned to the field - Carra in a Terry Butcher-esque head bandage.

    Aaron Lennon skewed well wide from 12 yards with Tottenham's first chance of note on 21 minutes as the home side began to apply heavy pressure to the Liverpool rearguard.

    Gerrard flashed a low shot narrowly wide of Heurelho Gomes' post just shy of the half-hour mark, but Pepe Reina was forced to produce a world-class save shortly after to deny ex-Red Robbie Keane after Luka Modric had picked out the unmarked Irishman in the centre.

    The striker seemed destined to score from point blank range, but Liverpool's custodian thwarted his former teammate with a fantastic block.

    The Spain international again frustrated the 29-year-old moments later as he clawed away a goalbound effort with his left hand, prior to Jermaine Defoe heading wide.

    Keane spurned another good chance three minutes before the break when he blazed high and wide from a central position just inside the area.

    However, Spurs finally broke the deadlock on the stroke of half-time when full-back Assou-Ekotto arrowed a powerful strike into the top corner of Reina's goal from 20 yards after Tom Huddlestone's initial free-kick had cannoned back off the Liverpool wall.

    The visitors emerged with renewed determination after the break and Gerrard was inches away from drawing level with another powerful daisy cutter from distance after good play from Dirk Kuyt and Fernando Torres, although Reina had to be at full stretch to tip a long-range Wilson Palacios drive over the crossbar in the immediately after.

    Liverpool were awarded a penalty on 54 minutes after a trademark surge forward from Johnson. The full-back turned one way then the other before busting into the box. Gomes rushed from his line, but only succeeded in bringing down Anfield's new No.2.

    Gerrard stepped up to take the resulting penalty and the skipper made no mistake, clinically dispatching the spot-kick into the back of the net with aplomb.

    The Reds' joy was short lived, however, as Bassong rose highest to plant Luka Modric's precise free-kick beyond Reina via his head in the 59th minute after Carragher had fouled Defoe 25 yards from goal.
    Liverpool's response saw Gerrard's curling free-kick palmed over the bar by Gomes before the goalkeeper stopped a left-footed strike from the captain.

    With just over 15 minutes remaining, young defender Daniel Ayala was introduced to the action for his Reds debut, replacing Skrtel who was still visibly shaken from the first-half collision with Carragher.

    The visitors continued to probe and had a strong penalty appeal waved away with five minutes remaining as substitute Andriy Voronin was seemingly barged off the ball by Assou-Ekotto when through on goal.

    Minutes later, the full-back was at the centre of another spot-kick claim as Torres' centre appeared to be blocked by the hand of the Tottenham defender.

    Sammy Lee was sent from the Liverpool bench by referee Phil Dowd as tensions rose and time ebbed away, and the Reds were unable to find an equaliser on what will go down as a day to forget at White Hart Lane.

    Teams

    Tottenham Hotspur: Gomes, Assou-Ekotto, Bassong, King, Corluka, Modric, Huddlestone, Palacios, Lennon, Defoe, Keane (c). Subs - Bentley, Crouch, Cudicini, Hutton, Naughton, O'Hara, Pavlyuchenko

    Liverpool: Reina, Insua, Carragher, Skrtel, Johnson, Babel, Leiva, Mascherano, Kuyt, Gerrard (c), Torres. Subs - Benayoun, Cavalieri, Dossena, Kelly, Sanchez Ayala, Spearing, Voronin

    Referee: P Dowd

    Conditions: Unavailable

    Attendance: Unavailable

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    LIVERPOOL 4-0 STOKE CITY
    Wednesday 19 August 2009 20:00 , Barclays Premier League

    JOHNSON NETS IN 4-0 DEMOLITION

    Glen Johnson marked his home debut with a goal as Liverpool secured their first victory of the season with a 4-0 win over Stoke City at Anfield.

    The England full-back reacted quickest on the stroke of half-time to fire Dirk Kuyt's blocked header over the line with a finely executed volley.

    Fernando Torres had earlier put the Reds into the lead with a cool finish after only four minutes following fine work by Steven Gerrard.

    The captain was heavily involved in Liverpool's third as a majestic turn allowed him to set up a 78th minute tap in for Dirk Kuyt, before David Ngog headed home late on to cap a fine night's work for the home side.

    Rafa Benitez was forced into a defensive reshuffle before the game with Martin Skrtel sidelined by the injury he picked up against Tottenham Hotspur. Youngster Daniel Ayala was drafted into the centre of defence to partner Jamie Carragher and make his first ever start for the Liverpool first team.

    The Reds were visibly keen to return to winning ways following the defeat at White Hart Lane, and they made a positive start to the game, with Lucas forcing a save from Thomas Sorensen thanks to a low drive from the edge of the area.

    The early pressure paid dividends after just four minutes when Gerrard's surge into the right channel of the penalty area saw the skipper deliver a teasing pull-back into the centre, where the lurking Torres turned the ball into the back of the net from 10 yards.

    A dream start for Benitez's charges, and it almost got even better in the 21st minute when Gerrard released Torres into the right channel on a lightening quick counter-attack from a Stoke free-kick.

    The Spaniard's dangerous cross was flicked on by Kuyt and found its way to the unmarked Emiliano Insua at the back stick, but the defender pushed the ball wide of the post.

    He went close again when compatriot Javier Mascherano's superb long-ball picked out the run of the Reds' No.22, but his cross-turned-shot was blocked by Sorensen, before Glen Johnson stabbed wide from the edge of the box moments later.

    Torres was forced to leave the field on 37 minutes after sustaining a wound to the head following an aerial challenge with Stoke centre-back Ryan Shawcross and, just as Carragher had done against Spurs, El Nino returned to the action having required stitches to the injury.

    The striker was straight back into the thick of the things though, and only the boot of Shawcross prevented his run and shot from testing Sorensen - but the Reds did not have to wait long to double their advantage.

    After the resulting corner was cleared for a second flag-kick, Gerrard's centre picked out Kuyt, whose powerful downward header was blocked on the line.

    However, Johnson was on hand to spectacularly volley the loose ball into the net and mark his league debut for Liverpool at Anfield with a goal.

    Stoke made a bright start to the second period and Rory Delap's powerful strike from the edge of the area was expertly palmed around the post by Pepe Reina at full stretch. Then, a brilliant last ditch clearance by Johnson prevented Richard Cresswell from turning the ball over the line as the Potters continue to press.

    But the home side soon regained control and should have furthered their lead on 54 minutes. Sorensen could only parry Gerrard's long-range strike into the path of Kuyt. With the goal at his mercy, the Dutchman unfortunately could not adjust his body quickly enough to direct the ball into the empty net.

    Liverpool were enjoying their football and Kuyt's driven cross narrowly evaded Torres in the centre before the Reds' No.9 brought a save out of the visitors' stopper with a clipped effort.

    Sorensen then thwarted Johnson after the full-back struck a left-footed shot goalwards following another trademark surge forward - the former Portsmouth man was clearly relishing his Anfield bow.

    The Potters' custodian again had to be alert soon after to tip over as Shawcross inadvertently directed Gerrard's cross toward his own goal.

    The moment of the match arrived with 12 minutes left on the Anfield scoreboard as Gerrard produced a simply sublime piece of skill to set up Kuyt for Liverpool's third of the evening.

    Latching on to Mascherano's ball over the top, the skipper superbly spun beyond Matthew Etherington before squaring across the face of goal for Kuyt to tap home.

    Substitute Ngog headed a late fourth in stoppage-time after Johnson's cross was turned into his path by Sorensen.

    It was a fitting end to an excellent night's work for the Reds.

    Teams

    Liverpool: Reina, Insua, Carragher, Sanchez Ayala, Johnson, Benayoun, Leiva, Mascherano, Kuyt, Gerrard (c), Torres. Subs - Babel, Cavalieri, Dossena, Kelly, Ngog, Riera, Voronin

    Stoke City: Sorensen, Higginbotham, Faye (c), Shawcross, Wilkinson, Etherington, Delap, Whitehead, Whelan, Beattie, Cresswell. Subs - Cort, Fuller, Griffin, Kitson, Lawrence, Pugh, Simonsen

    Referee: P. Walton

    Conditions: Unavailable

    Attendance: Unavailable

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    LIVERPOOL 1-3 ASTON VILLA
    Monday 24 August 2009 20:00 , Barclays Premier League

    REDS CRASH TO ANFIELD DEFEAT

    Fernando Torres' late goal was not enough as Liverpool slumped to a 3-1 defeat at home to Aston Villa.

    The Spaniard's 72nd minute strike gave the hosts hope of securing a point after first-half goals from Lucas Leiva (og) and Curtis Davies had put Martin O'Neill's men in control.

    But Ashley Young's penalty just three minutes later dashed any thoughts of a fight back as the visitors condemned the Reds to their second defeat in just three league games.

    Rafael Benitez's men had gone into the Monday night clash hoping to build on their emphatic victory over Stoke City and the omens had looked good prior to kick-off when Martin Skrtel was passed fit to partner Jamie Carragher at the heart of the defence.

    It was the only change to a side that had convincingly put the Potters to the sword and optimism was high that Liverpool would make it two wins out of two on home turf.

    Indeed, it looked like Rafael Benitez's men would carry on from where they left off when Yossi Benayoun met Torres' clever clipped pass inside the opening 60 seconds, but the Israeli's flick header dropped just past the post.

    Villa had arrived at Anfield on the back of two disappointing defeats and they rode their luck in the early exchanges as the home side probed for the opening goal.

    It should have arrived on 14 minutes when Liverpool exposed the away side's defensive frailties, but only Friedel will know how he kept out Steven Gerrard's effort from point blank range following an almighty goalmouth scramble.

    The Liverpool skipper has made a habit of finding the net against the Villans over the years and he came close to making it 10 league goals versus Martin O'Neill's men with a trademark shot that arced just over the top minutes later.

    The home side looked the more threatening throughout an intriguing opening 45 minutes and Torres would have hoped to have done better in his attempt to send Gerrard clean through after Benayoun seized upon a mistake by Carlos Cuellar. Unfortunately for the Reds the Spaniard's through ball was deflected to safety by Davies.

    Having looked the more likely the Reds may have felt hard done by not to have opened the scoring and they were even more frustrated on 34 minutes when the visitors snatched a shock lead.

    Young sent a dangerous left-wing free-kick into the heart of the Liverpool area with Lucas unwittingly guiding a header beyond Pepe Reina and into the bottom left-hand corner of the Kop end net.

    Liverpool surged forward looking to reply before the break and Villa were again grateful to Friedel for thwarting Torres after the Spaniard found space following a marauding run from Glen Johnson.

    It was a save that would have a significant impact on the outcome of the match as the away side sprung forward on the stroke of half-time to grab an undeserved second.

    Nicky Shorey's right-wing corner was arrowed towards the near post where Davies was on hand to touch a header beyond Reina.

    It looked like being the archetypal smash and grab but the Reds weren't beaten yet and they made a strong start to the second period.

    First, Friedel was on hand to deny a rasping shot from Gerrard before showing good reactions to claim Javier Mascherano's long range drive at the second attempt.

    As the clock ticked down the pressure began to grow with the Villa stopper producing a succession of top drawer saves to deny Gerrard and Kuyt before the Dutchman saw his far post header crash back off the far post.

    For all Liverpool's dominance, the away side remained a threat on the counter attack and on the hour mark they almost made it three; Nigel Reo-Coker inches away from turning home Gabriel Agbonlahor's teasing low centre.

    With the Kop baying for a goal the Reds continued to knock on the door and on 72 minutes they finally got their reward when Torres steered into the roof of the net following a superb run and cross from Emiliano Insua.

    It was all set for a grand finale, but before the Reds had a chance to muster an attack they were once again undone at the back.

    A late challenge from Gerrard on Reo-Coker resulted in the referee pointing to the spot, with Young stepping up to coolly convert and wrap up the points for Villa.

    Teams

    Liverpool: Reina, Insua, Carragher, Skrtel, Johnson, Benayoun, Leiva, Mascherano, Kuyt, Gerrard (c), Torres. Subs - Babel, Cavalieri, Dossena, Kelly, Riera, Sanchez Ayala, Voronin

    Aston Villa: Friedel, Shorey, Beye, Davies, Cuellar, Milner, Reo-Coker, Sidwell (c), Petrov, Agbonlahor, Young. Subs - Albrighton, Delfouneso, Delph, Gardner, Guzan, Heskey, Lowry

    Referee: Martin Atkinson

    Conditions: Unavailable

    Attendance: Unavailable

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    BOLTON WANDERERS 2 - 3 LIVERPOOL
    Saturday 29 August 2009 15:00 , Barclays Premier League

    GERRARD THE HERO AS REDS TRIUMPH

    Liverpool came from behind twice to secure a pulsating 3-2 victory over Bolton Wanderers at the Reebok Stadium.

    In an absorbing encounter, Kevin Davies gave Bolton the lead when he stabbed over the line from close-range following a corner midway through the first half.

    Glen Johnson drew the Reds level with a powerful left-foot effort from the edge of the box, but Wanderers restored their advantage moments into the second half thanks to Tamir Cohen.

    However, Sean Davis was sent off for the home team ten minutes after the restart and Fernando Torres equalised with a fine finish following good work from Steven Gerrard and Dirk Kuyt.

    And, with just seven minutes remaining, Gerrard collected Torres' knock-down and smashed an unstoppable volley past Jussi Jaaskelainen from 12 yards to claim an impressive three points for Liverpool.

    New signing Sotirios Kyrgiakos was handed his Reds debut following his recent transfer from AEK Athens. The Greek international partnered Jamie Carragher at the heart of the defence after impressing for the reserves in midweek.

    Young Hungarian goalkeeper Peter Gulacsi took his place on the bench as a replacement for Diego Cavalieri, with Liverpool's Brazilian custodian having flown home following the death of his father - the Reds players wore black armbands in his honour.

    Although the openings exchanges were fairly quiet at the Reebok, Fernando Torres and Lucas Leiva both looped early headers over the bar.

    The Reds came close to opening the scoring in the 12th minute. After cutting inside from the right, Glen Johnson steered a left footed effort goalwards that Torres was only millimetres away from turning into the back of the net with his head.

    Moments after, the striker almost latched onto Kyrgiakos' ball over the top as the Reds began to assume control of the game - although our new Greek defender had to produce a commanding header from inside his own six yard box to deny Johan Elmander an effort on goal as Bolton mustered a rare sortie forward.

    Bolton were becoming increasingly reliant on counter-attacks, but the Reds produced one of their own just shy of the half hour mark to almost devastating effect.

    After Johnson had reclaimed possession for the visitors, Lucas threaded a through ball into the path of Torres, who held off the challenge of Gary Cahill, but saw his chipped effort grasped by Bolton 'keeper Jaaskelainen.

    However, the home side broke the deadlock against the run of play in the 33rd minute when Elmander rose above Emiliano Insua to head a Bolton corner back across the face of goal, where Davies was on hand to tap over the line in what was Wanderers' first chance of any real note.

    Liverpool responded positively and Torres dragged a half-volley wide of the far post following Johnson's centre.

    The Reds deservedly equalised four minutes before the break. A half-cleared corner found its way to Johnson lurking on the edge of the box, and the full-back turned inside onto his left boot before firing a low drive into Jaaskelainen's near post from 20 yards.

    A flying save from Pepe Reina to divert Matt Taylor's free-kick over the bar ensured the two teams went into the break on level terms.

    However, seconds after the restart, Bolton regained the lead when Jaaskelainen's free-kick into the Liverpool box was flicked on by Davies and Cohen - son of ex-Red Avi - arrived on cue to smash the loose ball past Reina at close-range.

    Kyrgiakos headed narrowly wide in Liverpool's response and Bolton were reduced to ten men in the 54th minute when Sean Davis was sent off after receiving his second yellow card for a cynical foul on Lucas as the game sparked into life.

    The away side were lifted by the dismissal and, after Gerrard had rattled Jaaskelainen's crossbar with a rasping volley, Torres drew Liverpool level for the second time in the game on 57 minutes.

    Gerrard's ball into the box was chested into the path of El Nino by Kuyt, and the Reds' striker made no mistake in dispatching a clinical shot into the corner of the goal from eight yards.

    With the advantage of the extra man, Liverpool pushed and probed in search of a third goal to put themselves into the lead for the first time, and Gerrard twice tried his luck from distance before Torres guided a header wide.

    With time ebbing away, the Reds forced a flurry of corners and the pressure finally told with seven minutes left on the clock.

    Johnson's cross from a short flag-kick was brilliantly headed back into Gerrard's path by Torres and the No.8 let fly with a stinging volley into the top corner to put Benitez's men in front - the skipper simply does not miss those type of chances.

    There was still time for Jaaskelainen to block a Torres effort on the line, but Liverpool had done enough to claim a welcome - and deserved - three points.

    Teams

    Liverpool: Reina, Insua, Carragher, Kyrgiakos, Johnson, Riera, Mascherano, Leiva, Kuyt, Gerrard (captain), Torres. Subs - Skrtel, Benayoun, Plessis, Dossena, Kelly, Gulacsi, Voronin

    Bolton Wanderers: Jaaskelainen, Samuel, Cahill, Knight, Ricketts, Taylor, Muamba, Davis, Cohen, Davies (captain), Elmander. Subs - Habsi, Lee, Riga, O'Brien, Robinson, Basham, Steinsson

    Referee: A Wiley

    Conditions: Sunny but windy

    Attendance: Unknown

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    'THANKS' for ur support ajak.. :113:

    fixtures terbaru dah di'update'kan dgn jadual terkini perlawanan UCL (group stage) & carling cup..

    enjoy sume!! :113:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gitaris Berapi View Post
    'THANKS' for ur support ajak.. :113:

    fixtures terbaru dah di'update'kan dgn jadual terkini perlawanan UCL (group stage) & carling cup..

    enjoy sume!! :113:
    small matter. Kan team aku ni :113::4:
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    YOSSI TREBLE SECURES EMPHATIC WIN

    Yossi Benayoun fired a hat-trick as Liverpool beat newly-promoted Burnley 4-0 at Anfield on Saturday afternoon.

    The unstoppable Israeli opened the scoring in the first half before Dirk Kuyt hit our second before the break. Benayoun then struck twice in the second half in front of freed Kopite Michael Shields, attending his first game since Istanbul.

    The English summer returned for a late reprieve this week, and the sunshine seemed to bring the best out of Rafa Benitez's title hopefuls. With Javier Mascherano rested after playing 90 minutes for Argentina in South America, Steven Gerrard was asked to drop back alongside Lucas. Instead Benayoun hogged the limelight, with license to roam behind Fernando Torres. It was fellow goalscorer Kuyt who threatened first on seven minutes, attempting to nestle the ball into the bottle corner from 20 yards. The Dutchman saw his shot comfortably saved by Brian Jensen. Next Torres swung his right foot from similar range. This time the ball curled narrowly past the post into the arms of an Anfield Roader. Up stepped Martin Skrtel moments later with a thunderbolt from 35 yards that almost shattered the electronic hoardings.

    Well-drilled and determined, Owen Coyle's men were restricting their hosts to long-range efforts until finally a clear sight at goal for Benayoun on 23 minutes. The Israeli captain surged into the box to meet Emiliano Insua's left-footed cross but nodded just wide.

    Burnley had been warned. Four minutes later Benayoun picked up possession on the edge of the area, weaved past Burnley skipper Graham Alexander and finished neatly beyond Jensen. With their nerves settled, Liverpool set about finding a second, and it was almost instantaneous as Benayoun saw his diving header from Albert Riera's cross parried. Kuyt was denied from the rebound. Riera then sighed in frustration as his sweetly-struck drive inched wide. The advantage was finally doubled on 41 minutes and Benayoun was again the architect, finding a yard to shoot from distance. Jensen blocked but couldn't gather and Kuyt was on hand to tap in his second of the campaign. It would have been three before half-time had Jensen not produced a superb save to deny Gerrard's 20-yard twister. Pepe Reina was a spectator for most of the first period but was finally tested on the stroke of half-time when Insua backed off Martin Paterson, allowing Burnley's No.10 to fire towards the top corner.

    The second-half began with a penalty shout following a trip by Wade Elliott on Gerrard, though the sight of our No.8's boot strewn two feet outside the box vindicated referee Lee Mason's decision to award a free-kick. Gerrard tapped it to Riera, whose fierce effort was blocked. Torres for his part hadn't had much of a sniff, though the Kop net looked set to ripple after he latched onto Kuyt's ball only to be thwarted by a fine tackle from Tyrone Mears. The striker was involved in the third, though, finding the run of Gerrard on 61 minutes. The captain burst into the box, rode an ill-timed challenge and squared for Benayoun to sidefoot into a gaping net. A fine team goal. With the points secure, Benitez took the opportunity to give Philipp Degen his league debut 14 months into his Anfield stay.

    This was Benayoun's day, however. The No.15 was denied a hat-trick by the offside flag after pouncing on another Jensen parry but his time would come. First, though, Gerrard almost added his name to the scoresheet on 74 minutes after a mixture of shambolic defending and sheer persistence brought him one-on-one with Jensen. Rounding the goalkeeper was no problem but by now the angle was tight and the England man saw his effort bounce off the post to safety. Benayoun sealed his treble on 81 minutes after more neat passing from the hosts, substitute Andriy Voronin providing the killer ball which the Israeli converted while Burnley looked to the linesman. Gerrard had a late shot saved and Voronin dinked wide but the scoreline was emphatic enough.

    Teams

    Liverpool: Reina, Insua, Carragher, Skrtel, Johnson, Riera, Gerrard (captain), Leiva, Benayoun, Torres, Kuyt. Subs - Spearing, Kyrgiakos, Ngog, Dossena, Voronin, Degen, Cavalieri

    Burnley: Jensen, Jordan, Carlisle, Bikey, Mears, McCann, Alexander (captain), Fletcher, Elliott, Paterson, Blake. Subs - Penny, Guerro, Nugent, Eagles, Thompson, McDonald, Gudjonsson

    Referee: Lee Mason
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    Attendance: 43,817
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    LIVERPOOL 1-0 DEBRECEN
    Wednesday 16 September 2009 19:45 , Champions League Group Phase

    KUYT FIRES REDS TO VICTORY

    Liverpool's Champions League campaign is off to a winning start following a 1-0 triumph over Debrecen.

    The Reds produced a patient, confident display against the Hungarian champions to notch up their 100th win in the European Cup courtesy of Dirk Kuyt's first-half goal.

    It means the home side marked Rafael Benitez's 300th match in charge with victory and ensured they got their Group E campaign off to the perfect start.

    Fresh from an emphatic 4-0 victory over Burnley at the weekend, it was no surprise to see the five-time winners of the competition take control from the kick-off.

    First Fernando Torres drilled just over with a snap shot from 25 yards before Laszlo Bodnar headed clear after Lucas Leiva had flicked a right-wing free-kick goalwards.

    Both opportunities arrived in the first five minutes and it set the tone for the remainder of the match with Liverpool continuing to probe while Debrecen worked hard to keep the Reds at bay.

    On 13 minutes Kuyt took advantage of the space created by Albert Riera's quick free-kick to fire a low shot wide of the near post before the Spaniard scuffed his attempt off target after the visitors had failed to deal with the danger caused by Glen Johnson's rampaging run.

    It was the one-way traffic that had been predicted, although the away side did manage to force a corner midway through the half, much to the delight of the Hungarian support.

    The cheer of joy could even have been followed by a thunderous roar, but Bodnar miscued his 20 yarder into the Kop after the Reds had only half-cleared Peter Czvitkovics' pacy set piece.

    The chance gave Andras Herczeg's men a visible lift and Czvitkovics went even closer with a stinging drive that Pepe Reina was forced to tip over the crossbar. The Reds stopper was then called into action again on 33 minutes when he comfortably gathered Bodnar's speculative 40-yard free-kick.

    As an attacking threat the away side had mustered more in the first period than their followers would have hoped for, but as the half drew to a close the Reds began to press for the all-important opener.

    A flurry of goalmouth incident in the final seven minutes of the first 45 eventually brought the reward the hosts deserved.

    Riera started off the spell of intense pressure when his low shot was beaten away by Vukasin Poleksic, with Kuyt seeing his attempt to tuck home the rebound hacked off the line.

    The Spanish winger was looking more and more dangerous and his long range piledriver just seconds later was again superbly pushed to safety by Debrecen's 'keeper before Steven Gerrard powered a header over the top from the resulting corner.

    Liverpool continued to knock on the door and Gerrard slid a great chance inches wide after Emiliano Insua and Riera had carved the away side open down the left.

    It had been a first period full of missed opportunities but just when it seemed the visitors would get to the break all-square, Liverpool finally carved out the opportunity that broke the deadlock.

    A neat turn and shot from Torres was fumbled by Poleksic allowing Kuyt to close in and fire home the rebound. It was the Dutchman's third of the season and a strike that saw him become the joint-third highest scorer for the club in the European Cup.

    The mood within the stadium was immediately lifted and it almost erupted on 54 minutes when Gerrard fizzed a sensational 25 yard volley just over.

    Next it was Yossi Benayoun, fresh from his hat-trick heroics at the weekend, who went close to doubling the lead, but his near post shot on 65 minutes was palmed away by Poleksic after the Israeli had danced his way into the area with a weaving run.

    The midfielder then picked himself up and delivered a pinpoint corner that Lucas met with a firm header that flew just beyond the upright.

    Liverpool's dominance was not being reflected on the scoreboard and they were almost caught on the break late on when Adamo Coulibaly broke the offside trap, only to miscue his attempted lob over Reina.

    Benayoun then crashed a shot over the top following good work from substitute Ryan Babel and Torres as the Reds held on to secure a narrow victory that puts them in the Group E driving seat.

    Teams

    Liverpool: Reina, Insua, Carragher, Skrtel, Johnson, Riera, Gerrard (c), Leiva, Benayoun, Kuyt, Torres. Subs - Aurelio, Babel, Cavalieri, Kyrgiakos, Mascherano, Spearing, Voronin

    Debrecen: Poleksic, Fodor, Komlosi, Meszaros, Bodnar, Szakaly, Kiss (c), Ramos, Czvitkovics, Coulibaly, . Subs - Bernath, Feczesin, Katona, Laczko, Olah, Pantic, Szucs

    Referee: Pedro Proenca (Por)

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    WEST HAM UNITED 2-3 LIVERPOOL
    Saturday 19 September 2009 17:30 , Barclays Premier League

    TORRES INSPIRES DRAMATIC WIN

    A Fernando Torres double and a poacher's goal from Dirk Kuyt earned Liverpool a dramatic 3-2 win at West Ham.

    The Spanish hot-shot headed home his fifth of the season on 75 minutes to earn the points for the Reds after the Hammers had twice levelled before the interval.

    El Nino had opened the scoring with a magnificent solo effort before Kuyt's close range finish was sandwiched by goals from Alessandro Diamanti (penalty) and Carlton Cole.

    The victory means Rafael Benitez's men move up to third place in the Barclays Premier League table, six points behind leaders Chelsea, who beat Spurs on Sunday.

    Prior to kick-off Jamie Carragher had spoken of the Reds' recent defensive improvement, but on a day that would prove difficult for both rearguards, it was his error that almost gifted the Hammers a dream start on two minutes.

    Youngster Zavon Hines dispossessed the vice-captain on the edge of the area before racing in on Pepe Reina and crashing a shot against the near post.

    It was a huge let off for the visitors and they responded on seven minutes when they manufactured an opening that should have seen them take the lead courtesy of a former Hammer.

    Yossi Benayoun got in behind Julien Faubert on the left-hand side of the West Ham area and latched onto Torres' clever through ball, only to hit his shot straight at Robert Green.

    El Nino looked like a man keen to make an impression and he had a penalty appeal turned down minutes later when his shot on the turn seemed to strike a West Ham arm.

    Suddenly it was the Reds who looked the more likely and Emiliano Insua came close to opening his account for the club when he drove infield and sizzled a 25 yard shot just wide of the right-hand post.

    Both sides were enjoying spells of dominance in a lively first-half and Gianfranco Zola's men came back into it when Glen Johnson almost turned Faubert's cross into his own net, while a desperate challenge by Carragher on Cole was followed by a wayward attempt from Diamanti.

    On 15 minutes the travelling Kop were treated to their first sight of the Torres-Steven Gerrard partnership in full flow, with the Reds' number 9 smashing his shot wide at the near post after the skipper won possession and crossed from the right.

    At this point a goal was inevitable and after looking dangerous throughout the opening exchanges, it was no surprise that it arrived courtesy of Torres.

    A good move down the left saw Insua feed the ball into the path of the Spain international, who took on James Tomkins before surging into the penalty area and firing a sublime individual goal beyond Green at his near post.

    If that was bad news for the home faithful, then it got worse five minutes later when skipper Matthew Upson and Valon Behrami were both forced off through injury.

    With Torres in seemingly irrepressible form it looked like turning into a nightmare evening for the hosts, but a piece of wing wizardry just shy of the half hour mark gave them the opportunity to draw level.

    Hines outpaced Carragher down the left-hand side and in his desperation to make amends, the Reds' number 23 pulled the home-grown star to the floor resulting in a spot-kick to West Ham.

    Up stepped Diamanti to scuff home the penalty and ruin Reina's hopes of marking his 150th league appearance for the club with a shut-out.

    It was the type of goal that can so often change the complexion of a match, but credit to Benitez's men, they regained their composure and the lead three minutes before the interval.

    A right-wing corner was headed goalwards by Gerrard, with Kuyt on hand to make sure it crossed the line at the far post.

    The Reds were back in the driving seat but before the away support had a chance to digest the mechanics of the goal, the hosts ensured they would go in at half-time all-square when Cole flicked home a corner from the left.

    The second period had a lot to live up to if it was to come anywhere near matching the first 45 and after conceding two goals apiece, it was almost predictable to see both sides make a more composed start.

    In fact, there was little by way of goalmouth action until Benayoun threatened to score the type of goal Diego Maradona would have been proud of on 63 minutes.

    The Israeli cut in from the left and jinked beyond several challenges, only to delay his shot and lose possession at the vital moment.

    By now, Liverpool had re-asserted their dominance and continued to probe for the winner, although West Ham, and in particular Cole, remained dangerous on the counter-attack.

    With time running out, Benitez introduced Ryan Babel as a substitute and it was his run and cross on 75 minutes that saw Torres rise above two defenders to power a header into the bottom corner.

    The hosts pushed for yet another equaliser late on, but this time the Reds' defence stood firm to secure a third league win on the spin.

    Teams

    West Ham United: Green, Ilunga, Tomkins, Upson (c), Faubert, Hines, Behrami, Parker, Noble, Cole, Diamanti. Subs - Dyer, Gabbidon, Kovac, Kurucz, Nouble, Payne, Spector

    Liverpool: Reina, Insua, Carragher, Skrtel, Johnson, Benayoun, Leiva, Mascherano (c), Kuyt, Gerrard, Torres. Subs - Aurelio, Babel, Cavalieri, Degen, Dossena, Kyrgiakos, Riera

    Referee: Andre Marriner

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