Sunday, January 08, 2006

Liverpool survive Luton

When Liverpool went ahead early against Luton it was looking like the underdog had little chance of surviving, but in a chaotic classic, Luton turned the match on its head only to have Liverpool return the favor. It ended 5-3 and was great watching for the entire 90 minutes.

It was truly a fantastic football match which deserved to be the final. Steven Gerrard opened the scoring for Liverpool by bending a sweet strike into the corner of the net after 16 minutes. Luton continued as they started, unfettered by the stature of the team they were facing to equalize on 31 minutes.

Steve Howard scored a wonderful goal, sent thru he rounded the keeper to equalize. 10 minutes after than Luton gained the advantage as Steve Robinson and his brilliant first touch totally beat Jamie Carragher and put the ball past Liverpool’s 2nd choice keeper Scott Carson from a sharp angle. The goal’s subtlety and the player’s technique were excellent, making a difficult goal look easy.

There was more drama after Djibril Cisse had a penalty saved, and it was not until substitute Sinama Pongolle entered the game that Liverpool’s fortunes changed. He made an instant impact to score.

Xavi Alonso caught Luton keeper Marlon Beresford off his line with a beautiful floating ball from within Liverpool’s own half and then Liverpool took the lead for good when Sinama Pongolle headed Steven Gerrard's cross into the net.

Liverpool’s fifth goal came after Luton sent all 11 men forward in search of an equalizer, in the 90th minute scramble for the ball Alonso got his second of the game from well within his own half as he send the ball long into an empty goal.


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