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Hull 3-1 Liverpool – Tigers Bite Reds At The (Photos & Highlights)

By Alan Duffy

Hull City  3-1 Liverpool – Premier League – 1st December 2013

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A Liverpool side shorn of the injured Daniel Sturridge produced a rather toothless display away at Hull on Sunday, ultimately going down to a 3-1 shock defeat.

Jake Livermore opened the scoring for the home side on 20 minutes, with his effort deflecting in off Martin Skrtel. The visitors were struggling to provide a potent goal threat but the equaliser did come, courtesy of a clever Steven Gerrard free-kick.

After the break, the Tigers once again looked assured and eventually took the lead after some horror defending from Kolo Touré in the Liverpool box, which allowed David Meyler fire into the bottom corner. The Reds tried to get back into the game but it was Hull who score the next (and last) goal of the game, when Tom Huddlestone’s effort was knocked into the Liverpool net by Martin Skrtel.

The defeat sees Liverpool fail to make up any ground on league leaders Arsenal while Steve Bruce’s Tigers find themselves tenth.

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Highlights…

Photos: PA

Highlights: 101gg

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By Alan Duffy on December 1st, 2013 in Hull City, Liverpool, Newsnow, 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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One Response to “Hull 3-1 Liverpool – Tigers Bite Reds At The (Photos & Highlights)”

  1. Chris says:

    The performance lacked conviction, im sure Liverpool will look at the video and shake their heads. Played with alot of tension, anxiety…and possibly still licking their wounds after being dealt with harshly against everton. Who could blame them – it seems the physical teams are allowed to turn games against liverpool into niggly-stop-start affairs with referees having a reluctance to penalise foul play.

    Its not the refs job to see that a player gets whats coming to him via fouls or disallowed goals. Once they cross that line, they’re no longer fit to do the job. Simple.

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