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Liverpool 2-1 Sunderland – Sweet Steven Gerrard Freekick Keeps Reds Hot On Chelsea’s Heels (Photos & Highlights)

By Alan Duffy

Liverpool 2-1 Sunderland – Premier League – 26th March 2014

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A fine free-kick from Steven Gerrard in the first-half and a goal from in-form striker Daniel Sturridge soon after the re-start secured a vital victory for Liverpool against Sunderland, a results which sees the Reds keep the heat on league-leaders Chelsea.


Gus Poyet deployed three centre-halves in the game and this seemed to limit Luis Suarez and Sturridge early on. However, the Gerrard free-kick settled the nerves at Anfield, although a late Ki Sung-Yueng header made the final minutes of the game interesting.

Liverpool go a point behind leaders Chelsea while the Black Cats stay three points from safety.



Photos: PA

Highlights: Footytube

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By Alan Duffy on March 27th, 2014 in Liverpool, Newsnow, Sunderland, 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.

3 Responses to “Liverpool 2-1 Sunderland – Sweet Steven Gerrard Freekick Keeps Reds Hot On Chelsea’s Heels (Photos & Highlights)”

  1. Jarren says:

    What a free kick!

    Really feel for Sunderland though, they don’t deserve to go down.

  2. Alieu Kargbo says:

    yeah they dont . i like the brilliant camouflag by Suarez bcoz he pretended as if he was going to take the kick…and Gerrerad had a go…the form of Liverpool is Superb and the title might be theirs coz they have done “almost everything” to win it.

  3. JuanosDios says:

    Great goal. Whenever I see a free kick from a position like that, I wonder about the foul that lead to it. They’re usually quite soft.

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