Arsenal 2-2 Liverpool - Round Table
Posted by Mr Dilkington on January 30, 2013, 09:52:36 PM
Hard to be constructive after that.
Played well in the first half, and managed to capitalize on some defensive errors from Arsenal. Second half was total bonkers. We started off tentatively, then against the run of play somehow managed to extend our advantage through sheer persistence from Jordan Henderson.
Then... well we fell apart didn't we? A lapse in concentration from a free kick allows them back in it. We didn't get the chance to solidify things as Walcott scored only minutes later. From there on in it was all Arsenal and we were very fortunate to finish the game all square.
How nice was it to see Carragher playing so well after so long out of the team? He was tidy in possession too.
Wisdom looked a little lost tonight. Is the return of Enrique timely, or would you persevere with the young man?
The midfield three were bogged down for a lot of the game, is Lucas showing signs of getting back to his best or is he still looking rusty?
Henderson scored a wonderful goal tonight and chased his heart out, however I feel as though he is lacking that little bit of composure and quality. Am I being harsh on him, and if not, can the composure be taught over time?
Suarez played very deep for most of the game and played well (one of the passes of the season first half) - was Rodgers right to play him from the left, or would you have liked to see him more advanced and central?
How concerning is our inability to close out a game, and how can it be solved?
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