At one stage in last night’s fixtures, Liverpool were level on points with second placed Tottenham Hotspur, with the Reds leading 2-1 at home against Bournemouth and Spurs trailing 1-0 at the Liberty Stadium. Then in the space of five odd second half minutes it all changed, with Joshua King scoring an equaliser for Bournemouth in the 87th minute.
At the Liberty, Alli equalised for Spurs in the 88th minute, and the Lilywhites scored two more times in stoppage time and all of a sudden, Spurs were five points clear of the Reds.
Another disappointing performance against a bottom half of the table league team from the Reds
Jurgen Klopp’s side were however aided by Man City’s 2-1 loss to Chelsea at Stamford Bridge, meaning that Liverpool remain third, two ahead of City (who have a game in hand over the Reds) Continue reading →
What’s the difference between potentially winning 4-1 and losing 4-3? It could be a matter of millimetres, as shown in LFC’s clash against Bournemouth at the Vitality Stadium. The Reds were leading 3-1 and opposition keeper Artur Boruc appeared to take a Jordan Henderson corner into his own goal to presumably put the visitors 4-1 ahead.
However technology came to the Polish stopper’s aid and the goal was disallowed. Bournemouth then went on to stage an amazing comeback to win 4-3 Continue reading →
Some dodgy defending lead to Liverpool throwing away a 3-1 lead in their clash against Bournemouth at the Vitality Stadium. The Reds lead 3-1 with a quarter of an hour to go on the clock, but inexplicably capitulated, with the Cherries snatching a late dramatic win through Nathan Ake.
Liverpool are now four points behind Chelsea Continue reading →