|An archive of match day threads originally posted in the General Discussion forum.
Just back from another top night in Liverpool.
Thought we deserved the point and proud of how they dug in. Reid was again immense - what a player! I'm surprised that nothing more has been made of him having a go at Nordveit which carried on until after the final whistle. He was clearly pissed off with him.
There was close to **** all their keeper could do about Payet's free kick. The pundits can say what they like, but this was my view which was much closer to Karius'. I am also taking credit for shouting at him full blast 'top right, top right'.
I was rather less chuffed when Randy's error was compounded by Origi's pathetic shot going in off the inside of the post. Here's me courtesy of The Daily Nazi (sorry Mail) in my own private disabled section saying 'Oh ****'!
Hung around afterwards speaking to the natives. I've never got the hate on here. One of the best days out for a football match you can ever have
Yes, the six Liverpool supporters I was surrounded by in the pub.
One of them also told me at one point that there was nothing he hated more in football than cheating.
Then he did a double-take, realized he was speaking to West Ham fan, and did admit he was a complete hypocrite saying that.
I'd be one of the first to say it's a penalty against us if I genuinely felt it to be true, but neither penalty shouts warranted a Penalty.
As for HANDBALL anywhere on the pitch, even if it clearly hits a player on the chest or head at Anfield....
After they went one up I thought we were gonna get battered. However we responded brilliantly and I thought we were the better team in the first half. Second half conceding early threw us right under the bus and we did well to hold out for a deserved point. Cannot argue with getting a point coming from behind against a very strong and in form Liverpool team at Anfield, especially with how bad we have been.
Think it's more like a Range Rover
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