Liverpool still keeping their positive run going as they marched into the next stage of FA Cup campaign this season after bagging a comfortable away win over Bournemouth this weekend. Playing away from home didn't stop Brendan Rodgers' men from taking an attacking approach in that encounter and their positive effort was already rewarded in the first 45 minutes with Viktor Moses scoring on 26 minutes, which stood still until half time break.
It was not that easy though for Liverpool to overcome their opponent, as Bournemouth put on a brave display in that encounter, despite having a huge quality gap in terms of players. However, the Reds finally sealed their passage in that FA Cup tie when Daniel Sturridge scored his team's second right in the hour mark. No more goals were scored after that, but the 2-0 result was more than enough for Rodgers' men as they awaits next opponent in that competition.