Liverpool are yet to register their 1rst home victory in this season’s EPL with a disappointing goalless draw in Anfield facing Stoke City. They did have the better side of possession throughout the game but Stoke managed to capitalize on the few chances they had and almost scored on some instances.
Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers revealed that he is delighted with Liverpool's building process during matches but still not happy with the way their defenders kept on conceding quite a lot of goals.
Liverpool suffered a let down in their Europa League campaign after picking up a 3-2 defeat against Udinese at Anfield on Thursday.
The Reds' manager, Brendan Rodgers was frustrated with the result as he felt his side were actually playing better than their opponent.
Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers' recent statement regarding diving issues apparently has triggered several comments from manager and players about the situation, with the latest insight coming from Arsenal's boss, Arsene Wenger.
Not only some managers and players, but the performance of of officials are also being highly pressured in this early part of Premier League season as there have been many complaints coming regarding refereeing decisions.
Liverpool finally picked up their first league win on Saturday, after trashing Norwich City 5-2 at Carrow Road. This result brings lots of joy for Reds' manager, Brendan Rodgers, who believes that his team's performance were simply outstanding on the day.
Liverpool picked up their 1rst victory in this season of the Premier League with Suarez scoring a hat-trick against Norwich City. Carrow Road was the stage for this match that saw 7 goals being scored this Saturday evening.
Liverpool are yet to pick up any victories in the league this season, but the players performance is the least of manager Brendan Rodgers' concern as the tactician apparently is more worried about the officials.
The fourth round of the League Cup will be filled with much more interesting battles compared to its previous round, one of the potentially stand out match is Chelsea's meeting with Manchester United at Stamford Bridge.