Monday, March 23, 2009

Liverpool Continues to Move Toward the Top

Steven Gerrard, Liverpool grind to Aston Villa 5-0 yesterday and was just one point of leader Manchester United in the English Premier League.

No intention to close after losing 4-1 to the beating of him at the Manchester last weekend, the Reds do not sneer at the opportunity to narrow the gap after the setback of the current champions 2-0 on their visit Saturday at Fulham.

The Alex Ferguson has led a party of about Liverpool, but clearly going to fall layer. Quite the opposite happens to the wards of Rafael Benitez, who got 11 in both its past three games.

At Anfield, Liverpool home, the Dutchman Dirk Kuyt's goal at the 8 'launched the exhibition.

The second occurred at 33 ', when the Liverpool goalkeeper Pepe Reina made a monumental clearance of 80 meters in front of the area rebounded girl. Spanish compatriot Albert Riera was responsible for turning on the ball with a volley, inatajable for Brad Friedel.

Riera emerged the third at 39 ', when it was demolished in the girl for Nigel Reo-Coker and Gerrard were instructed to nail the criminal.

Barely five minutes after the initiation of complement Gerrard free-kick to put the 4-0.

To make matters worse, Friedel was expelled at 65 'to overthrow the Spanish Fernando Torres. Gerrard was commissioned to collect the maximum sentence and not pardoned.

The victory revives all the hopes of a leading Liverpool 19 years in anticipation of its 19 championship crown also English.

Leading bit. The Devils set the pace with 65 points followed by Liverpool with 64 and Chelsea 61.

The Blues lost 1-0 on Saturday in their visit to Tottenham.

Manchester City beat Sunderland 1-0 (which is just three points away from the fall) with a goal from Micah Richards. The defender scored in the top 56 'after a free kick from Brazilian Elano.

Brazil's Robinho, no goals in 2009, ruled a penalty at 22 '.

In another match played in the day Sunday, Wigan won 1-0 at home to Hull City. The goal of the victory was the work of footballer Ben Watson for 84.

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