- I don't rate last night's match against Hull City in the same category as the previous 4 matches. We won, but with no style at all, not much of a conviction or the real essense Liverpool game of late. May be the marking on Torres were tight, may be the physical aspect of Hull's only-way-they-know-how-to-play or may be the LFC players think that Hull would be easily destroyed. Which was not. We were lucky that they only managed to steal a consolation goal, remember that these same team managed to push for a draw at Anfield.
- The was a bit expectation for Tottenham Hotspur to assist us in stopping the scum. My and my buddies hanged at a mamak restaurant without Astro channel. Well... it gave us a more comfortable surroundings without having to squeeze in among the tv-watchers and can talk with ease. So I had to rely on Zaidi and Manaf for the updates. Both were enthusiastic to report the 2-0 in the first half. By 2am, no one update me. By then, I returned home and turned on the tv... hmmm... no wonder no one's text me. hahaha...
- Well, Hotspur is no Liverpool and Man.U is simply Man.U. If Sir Alex utilised his `hair-dryer' treatment, definitely in the 2nd half the team that emerged was totally different from the 1st half. Some news report suggested that the turned-around was very much attributed to the ref's bad decision. I didn't watch the game and I hold the principle that a win is a win. No matter how you complaint, ultimately the decision is final... unless there was a riot or something. But referee bad decision? Forgetaboutit!
- Truthfully, the waiting for the scum to fall is a dangerous game and a draining-your-heart thing. Again, the bias-UK-media sounded the trumpet again that : IT'S ALL OVER. yeahhh...right! Liverpool is still trailing. Very close. It ain't over til the Arsenal game, you mexico-swine!
26 April 2009
Hull City 1 - LFC 3
Michael Turner prefer to smack Torres's face...