I am about to end the day and doze off. Its already past 12. I am Listening to Above and Beyond’s Group Therapy 050 Live while typing. Now talking about rest of the day, It was usual. But the evening was made just so spectacular by my only love in Football/Soccer – The Liverpool Football club. It was a treat watching the game apart from drooling over Steven Gerrard ❤ ❤
The match was against West Bromwich Albion which is not the strongest and a leading team but has been challenging at times in the last season. Well, I am still to understand a lot about the game, terms and technicalities but still I will go ahead and put my happiness in simple words.
The game saw a 3 goals hat-trick from one of the best striker of the premier league- Luis Suarez. It was his first hat-trick at Anfield.
He entered the premier league this season a bit late because of the ban imposed on him in last season but he is already one of the top goal scorers of the season apart form our very own Daniel Sturridge. Oh yes, We also saw some great Sturridge moves when he brilliantly lifted the ball to the goal over the Goalkeeper’s head.
But the best of all four goals was the header from Suarez assisted by Gerrard’s beautiful free kick.
The game’s highlight was not just Suarez’ hat-trick and the triumph but a great game put up by the team. From always amazing Gerrard to generally questioned Henderson to every other Red, it was a spectacular team game on Anfield today.
The game today was promising enough and definitely more loud than the recent words of ex Manchester United Manager- (Sir) Alex Ferguson on Liverpool.
I and all the Kop fans hope that we maintain this tempo n even improvise in all the upcoming games. The 2 terror towers Suarez and Sturridge are gonna do wonders with the right support. Next match is with Arsenal. Our second big match this season with a leading team post the one against Manchester United earlier. It is going to be tough and testing but I hope Liverpool is outshines itself.
#You will never walk Alone
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