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Discussion in 'Premier League Match Threads' started by Dan, Apr 10, 2019.
This does seem the case.
I like none of the above given names.
Definitely agree its worthy of a lot of praise. I've made it no secret that I dont want Liverpool to win the league but even I was lauding over it. He wont hit a better shot in his life.
Well then you're just being unreasonable.
I'll stop calling you Keith if you say 'Troy Deeney is better than Roberto Firmino'
I agree and am not disputing that. Yesterday wasnt one of those moments however.
Players miss chances every single game and it's never down to 'luck'
Even then, Liverpool had far more chances than Chelsea so that argument doesn't stack up either (I know that wasn't your argument anyway)
The one against Arsenal? When he went past half their side? Luck? Nah, that was a wonder goal and I dont recall anyone saying it was luck?
I am never unreasonable.
No. You started the whole Keith thing you absolute clown
That would've been saved anyway.
What a great game, what a great result, what a cracking atmosphere & respect to the behaviour of the visiting Chelsea fans.
We loved it & got slightly squiffy afterwards drinking oodles of Gin & Tonics (so wrong?) in The Robert Frost
To be honest I toned it down from what I actually was wanting to say
Fulham played Liverpool & Man City within a week and I have to say City were worth their win even if we gifted them the goals, but Liverpool got the luck when the vertically challenged Mane was touched on the shoulder by Rico 'Butterfingers' and the static shock through his pants must have caused his little legs to collapse beneath him for the Ref to give a penalty.
Just seen another video of a vertically challenged Salah in this Chelsea game doing what Salah does best (sniper in the crowd impression), Luiz didn't even touch him. So Liverpool get away with it as well, not too much coverage of the incident.
We could say it's lucky your keeper was an idiot & gave away a blatant penalty, but there's plenty of evidence that's quite in character for him.
I was being sarcastic.