By Alan Duffy
Swansea City 2-2 Liverpool – Premier League – 16th September 2013
Jonjo Shelvey was both the hero and the villain for Swansea in this dramatic 2-2 draw at the Liberty.
The dome-headed former Red netted after just two minutes before inadvertently setting up Daniel Sturridge just two minutes later, with the inform striker duly bagging his forth goal in four games.
Before half-time, Liverpool new-boy Victor Moses put the visitors ahead after yet another mistake from Shelvey before the 21-year-old former Arsenal youth player flicked a corner into the path of Michu, who fired home the fourth and final goal of the game.
Overall, a draw was probably a fair result as Brendan Rodgers’ men went back to the top of the table.