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FA Cup: Oldham 3-2 Liverpool – Matt Smith Brace Exterminates Reds In Five-Goal Thriller At Boundary Park (Photos & Highlights)

By Alan Duffy

Oldham 3-2 Liverpool – FA Cup – 27th January 2013

Steven Gerrard may have been left out of Liverpool’s starting 11 for this cup clash at Boundary Park, but Brendan Rodgers still put out a strong side which should have been good enough to overcome Paul Dickov’s League One side. However, instead, the Premier League giants toiled against their lower league opponents and eventually found themselves out of the cup on a weekend of big shocks.

Matt Smith opened the scoring after just three minutes for the Latics only to see Luis Suarez level the scores on 17 minutes. However, Smith would double his tally on the stroke of half-time after some horrendous goalkeeping from Brad Jones.

With the second-half only three minutes old, the home side went further ahead when Reece Wabara headed home. That goal had come after the disappointing Fabio Borini fluffed a great chance to level the scores although a late strike from Joe Allen set up an exciting last 10 minutes. But despite their best efforts, the Merseysiders couldn’t get a third as the unfancied Oldham secured a fantastic victory.

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Photos: PA

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By Alan Duffy on January 27th, 2013 in FA Cup, Liverpool, Photos, Videos. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed. You can leave a response, or trackback from your own site.
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5 Responses to “FA Cup: Oldham 3-2 Liverpool – Matt Smith Brace Exterminates Reds In Five-Goal Thriller At Boundary Park (Photos & Highlights)”

  1. Stiff says:

    “What is consistency?”, asked the frustrated Liverpool fan, perplexed at his teams inability to to understand the concept of form.

  2. Rex says:

    Jones Coates borini all had shockers. Sell em

  3. yolo says:

    next year is liverpool’s year lol

  4. i read that Dickov may get the sack today, strange world!

  5. MrConbo says:

    As an Oldham fan I am not surprised by Simon Corney’s position. 1 point from 8 games is enough to put any manager under a lot of pressure. Personally I am a big fan of Dickov and feel the club is doing well to stay up each year. Yesterday’s game was incredible but I have the feeling that the plan was, nice send off for Dickov, brave defeat, thankyou very much and goodbye. The victory has complicated it a bit for mr Corney!

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