Liverpool manager Kenny Dalglish has praised beleaguered striker Andy Carroll after he scored the first goal in Liverpool’s 3-0 win over Wolves last night, reports The
Carroll, who joined the club in a £35 million move from Newcastle last January, found the net on the year anniversary of his move, ending a Premier League goal drought that stretched back to the 2-0 win over West Brom in October. The goal is Carroll’s 5th Premier League goal of the season, and Dalglish is confident that the striker can now kick on and up his contribution.
“It was a great finish for the first goal; it was a great ball in from Charlie Adam, and a great finish from Andy, who played really well,” he told reporters after the game. “He’s a Liverpool footballer and he will make a contribution for us many times. I thought it was a very professional, high quality performance.”
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