Steven Gerrard has said more than the goal scored by Mario Balotelli in Liverpool’s Champions League win over Ludogorets, it was the work rate of the Italy international that most caught his eye, according to ESPN.
Balotelli opened the scoring as the Reds played their first Champions League game since the 2008-09 season, only for Ludogorets to snatch a late equaliser. Gerrard’s penalty, in injury time, diverted the points to Anfield ...More
Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard believes the team are on a steep learning curve when it comes to the Champions League after a narrow escape in their first fixture of the season, ESPN has reported.
The Reds needed a late Gerrard penalty to beat Bulgarian minnows Ludogorets after conceding a late equaliser to Mario Balotelli’s opening goal. Gerrard was pleased with the win but called on the players to do better in their next European ...More
Liverpool make their long awaited return to the Champions League as they take on Bulgarian champions Ludogorets Razgrad at Anfield on Tuesday evening.
Having returned to Europe’s elite thanks to a series of superb attacking displays last season and an unexpected second place finish, the Reds will be hoping that this will be the first of many seasons in this competition under Brendan Rodgers, rather than just a one-off return to the ...More
Liverpool captain Sreven Gerrard has admitted that he felt slightly jealous of the likes of Chelsea, Arsenal and Manchester United during his side’s absence from the Champions League, writes BBC Sport.
After five years away from playing in Europe’s premier competition, Liverpool take on Bulgarian champions Ludogorets Razgrad at Anfield on Tuesday evening. The match also represents a first taste of the Champions League for manager Bre...More
Liverpool playmaker Philippe Coutinho believes that teammate Raheem Sterling can catch the eye in the Champions League as the Reds return to playing in Europe’s premier competition, reports the Liverpool Echo.
Bulgarian champions Ludogorets Razgrad visit Anfield on Tuesday evening as Liverpool play their first Champions League match since they lost 2-1 at home to Fiorentina in 2009. As a result, a number of the current side has not y...More
Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers was left to rue a lack of quality in forward areas as his side lost 1-0 at home to Aston Villa in Saturday’s late kick-off, BBC Sport has reported.
The Reds began slowly and looked particularly vulnerable from set-pieces. Indeed, the only goal came from a poorly defender corner, with Gabriel Agbonlahor poking home a scruffy winning goal.
Philippe Senderos and Andreas Weimann missed further chances for ...More
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