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You’ll Never walk Alone 2

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Liverpool Football club have been relentless this season in the English premier league. They defeated Manchester City earlier today 3-2 at Anfield, in what coincided with the anniversary of the Hillsborough disaster. Liverpool have a chance to win the clubs first ever league title if they can win out the rest of the season.

With the potent attack combinations of Luis Suarez, Daniel Sturridge, Philippe Coutinho and Raheem Sterling, Liverpool were able to see off Man city with goals from Sterling, Martin skrtle and Coutinho. Liverpool opened the scoring just six minutes into the game and doubled their lead at the 25th minute of the game.

A 2-0 lead is the most dangerous score line in a soccer game, and Man City proved that theory by storming back in the second half with goals from Spanish mid-fielder David Silva and an own goal from Liverpool left back Glenn Johnson. The game seemed to be heading for a stale mate until the clever Brazilian Coutinho wrapped his magical right foot around the ball and bent it into the bottom right corner beating the outstretched arm of Joe Hart.

With the win Liverpool are in the drivers seat and control their own destiny in the title race. Chelsea are keeping the heat on the reds as they’re only two points behind the leaders and scheduled to meet each other in what could prove to be a title deciding game. This by far has been an entertaining season, at this point I can’t bet against Liverpool to win its first EPL title in the clubs illustrious history.

Back to winning ways

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The Gunners got back to their winning ways this weekend by defeating Sunderland 4-1 in the Barclay’s Premier League.

The past couple of games have been rough for the North London side, this is exactly what they needed after coming off a mid-week defeat at the hands of Bayern Munich in the champions league.

Olivier Giroud notched a brace for the home side after being left out of the sides previous two matches. A third goal was added by the Czech play-maker Tomas Rosicky, after the intricate and beautiful passes the gunners are know for, before a fourth was added by French defender Laurent Koscielny.

Arsenal needed the three points, as Chelsea and Manchester city both managed to squeeze 1-0 victories against their opponents this weekend. The road will get tough for the gunners as they will face Bayern Munich again, Chelsea, Man City, Tottenham and Everton. With just a hand full of fixtures left in the season the gunners need to find the form that saw them top of the table for more than half the season.