Part Rounds, Liverpool-Arsenal Goals Mutual Reply

Part Rounds, Liverpool-Arsenal Goals Mutual Reply

Liverpool Liverpool Game bigmatch counter while Arsenal drew 1-1. The Reds had superior by Philippe Coutinho, but unable to reply Mathieu Debuchy.

Liverpool face Arsenal at Anfield Stadium, Sunday (12/21/2014) night in the Premier League weekend of the 17th.

Liverpool’s Raheem Sterling lowered as a lone striker. He supported the two attacking wing, Adam Lallana and Philippe Coutinho. Steven Gerrard and Jordan Henderson support from midfield.

In the Arsenal camp, Olivier Giroud and Danny Welbeck lowered simultaneously. The midfield is filled Alexis Sanchez and Alex OxladeChamberlain.

The game

Liverpool immediately got a chance in the third minute. Unfortunately, Gerrard‘s free-kick was wide right of the goal keeper Szczesny.

12th minute, the home side threatened again. Receiving feedback Markovic, Lallana kick while playing in the penalty box was slightly over the crossbar.

The Reds re-spread threat and the first kick that led to the goal in the 30th minute. Coutinho dribbled from the halfway line and get the firing chamber. The Brazilian was the kick that leads right into the arms of Szczesny.

Arsenal really under pressure Liverpool. Brendan Rodgers‘s side have had another chance in the 35th minute. Markovic kick from the corner could still be ignored Szczesny.

The hosts finally broke the deadlock in the 45th minute. Coutinho horizontal kick in the penalty box and the ball had touched the pole into the net.

Excellence Liverpool did not last long. Arsenal equalized two minutes later or in minute 45 + 2. Debuchy‘s header in the penalty box was dammed Jones. 1-1 score lasted until halftime.


Liverpool: Brad Jones; Kolo Toure, Martin Skrtel, Mamadou Sakho; Jordan Henderson, Lucas Leiva, Steven Gerrard, Lazar Markovic; Philippe Coutinho, Raheem Sterling, Adam Lallana. Coach: Brendan Rodgers

Arsenal: Wojciech Szczesny; Martin Debuchy, Per Mertesacker, Callum Chambers, Kieran Gibbs; Mathieu Flamini; Alexis Sanchez, Alex OxladeChamberlain, Santi Cazorla, Danny Welbeck; Olivier Giroud. Coach: Arsene Wenger