Luis Suárez (pictured) scored as a substitute in his debut for Liverpool in a 2-0 win over Stoke City at Anfield Road on Wednesday. The Uruguayan striker was the highest profile transfer to actually play mid-week and made it clear that he too has the ability to do damage for the Reds. Raul Meireles opened scoring for Liverpool as they blanked the Potters and retained their somewhat tenuous seventh place position. Still nine points shy of returning to the Champions League, Liverpool are just two points clear of Bolton Wanderers for the final Europa League spot. Still, with Fernando Torres gone, Kenny Dalglish on the touchline and Andy Carroll yet to make his debut, it’s possible Liverpool are turning around this disastrous season.

Sunderland 2 – Chelsea 4
Arsenal 2 – Everton 1
West Bromwich Albion 2 – Wigan 2
Manchester United 3 – Aston Villa 1

Birmingham City 2 – Manchester City 2
Bolton Wanderers 1 – Wolverhampton Wanderers 0
Blackburn Rovers 0 – Tottenham Hotspur 1
Blackpool 1 – West Ham United 3
Fulham 1 – Newcastle United 0


One thought on “Suárez Lifts Liverpool on Debut

  1. should I be happy that arsenal’s 4 goal advantage breakdown was worst than united’s? for fucks sake, i’d rather draw toon than fucking lose to a struggling wolves…seriously?!

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