最近有好多東西要記錄,但都沒空 + mood 給我慢慢打 orz

前兩天喜鵲對上我家紅鳥,與小零 & 數個她的朋友組了睇波團去酒樓邊吃邊看~~我和她兩個腐女不斷在發放腐能量說 XDDDD

P.S. 小零記緊要按進來看噢,我要用以下內容來荼毒你 XDDDD

Saturday 24 November 2007 12:45, Barclays Premier League
                 27' Gerrard
                 46' Kuyt
                 66' Babel

Team Sheet

Newcastle United: Given, Jose Enrique, Rozehnal, Beye, N'Zogbia, Smith, Butt, Martins, Viduka. Subs - Harper, Carr, Edgar, Milner, Barton

Liverpool: Reina, Arbeloa, Hyypia, Carragher, Finnan, Kewell, Sissoko, Leiva, Gerrard, Torres, Kuyt. Subs - Riise, Crouch, Babel, Mascherano, Itandje.


Anyone who questioned how Steven Gerrard would respond to the disappointment of England's Euro 2008 exit should have known better.

The skipper's sixth goal in seven games set Liverpool on their way to a thoroughly deserved 3-0 win in Newcastle on Saturday lunchtime.

His first-half thunderbolt was as good as anything we've seen from the number eight in recent years.

Add to that two assists for Dirk Kuyt and Ryan Babel in the second half, and you've got yourself an emphatic full stop on a week Gerrard and many of his club colleagues would rather forget.

The result was rarely in doubt. Liverpool dominated possession from start to finish. It was almost as if they were playing at home, with the hosts resorting to the kind of counter-attacking football we're used to seeing from the likes of Birmingham and Portsmouth at Anfield.

The game's first real opportunity came on eight minutes when Fernando Torres was fouled on the edge of the box. It was the same spot from which Gerrard bulged the net against Arsenal a few weeks ago but, though he hit the target, the skipper's effort never seriously troubled Shay Given's goal.

Minutes later Torres skipped past a defender as he does, only to be thwarted by a last-gasp tackle from Habib Beye.

Gerrard gave another indication of what was to come when he stung Given's hands on 20 minutes after cutting inside and launching a fierce effort from 30 yards. Inspired, Carragher tried his luck from distance. The outcome was predictable.

Then came the opener. We've seen some special goals from men in red this season, and many of them from the captain, but Gerrard's 27th minute free-kick was a match for any of them. The ball was rolled sideways by the impressive Lucas, who was making his first league start since arriving from Gremio in the summer. Then, smack. Given needn't have bothered moving.

You'd think the goal would rouse Sam Allardyce's men, but no. The increasingly restless Toon Army had to wait 37 minutes for a decent attempt at Pepe Reina's goal. Alan Smith was the protagonist with a driving volley which went narrowly wide.

Torres should then have made it 2-0 to the visitors when Given went AWOL, but, confronted with an open goal 25 yards out, the Spaniard hit the post.

Replays showed the Newcastle stopper deserved to see red for handling outside the box seconds earlier, yet there were still 22 men on the pitch as the second half got underway.

Unfortunately for the majority of St James's Park, 11 of them had their heads in their hands within a minute. Gerrard's corner was nothing to write home about, but a lack of any sort of marking allowed Sami Hyypia to flick on before Kuyt shinned home his third league goal of the campaign.

Torres hit narrowly wide on 60 minutes after more calamitous defending, and the Spanish hitman wriggled his way into another goalscoring position shortly after. This time he was denied by the feet of Given.

Rafa Benitez swapped Harry Kewell for Babel on 58 minutes, and it was the Dutchman who made it game, set and match by finishing a superb 17-pass move in which Gerrard was again instrumental.

All that was missing was a Torres goal. It wasn't for want of trying: three times he found himself through after Liverpool's third, but it just wasn't his day.

Kuyt could have bagged his second before making way for John Arne Riise with a quarter of an hour remaining.

Benitez shuffled his pack once more on 80 minutes by introducing Peter Crouch. The departing Gerrard was roundly booed by the home faithful. You'd think they'd have better things to worry about after their side's abject display.

As for Liverpool, it's now 13 league games unbeaten this season - something the Merseysiders have not achieved since 1990-91.

難得的是看見進攻組織很流暢,看的我很爽~~ XD

中場控球不穩,球都沒發傳到前場, Martins 再厲害也沒輒了
好明顯看見 Alan 小辣椒急躁了……這樣可不行啊
雖然我討厭 MU ,但我真的覺得在 MU 的他比較有氣勢… T__T

Babel 表現依舊出色,雖然他一直都是當後備,但這未嘗不好,把他當作殺著替補換入,說不定能使戰術的轉換有更彈性。
鬱金香那球其實是老公先起腳的 XD 球剛好打中鬱金香的腿入網 XDD (其實我就是想繞個圈子讚老公 XDD )

鏡頭拍到場邊有球迷站起來向著 Allardyce 罵,主場再次淨輸他的帥位已經不是岌岌可危,差不多可以肯定烏紗不保了。

一面看的時候,我有問小零她有沒有看上誰 XD 好吧,為了拉你下海,我就把我兒子奉獻出來一下好了,難得你相中了他 XDDDD (爆)

好可愛嘛對不對!! //////

新浪標題:杰拉德展示迷人微笑( XDDDDDDDD )

快來迷上我兒子吧 = =+ (爆)

Lucky 進球鬱金香 XD

嗯呀呀兒子好可愛呀呀~~~~~~(我在發甚麼瘋 XD )

新浪標題:巴貝爾投入隊長懷抱 XDDDDDDDDrz

大家都好可愛 >//////


最後,謝謝小零、 G 君、 Eric 、 Jack (不知道有沒有記錯你們的名字 XDrz 有的話請務必要告訴我 orz )一起去睇波!!今天過的很愉快!!
也謝謝小零借錢給我吃晚飯 orz 我是白癡……記著提我還你啊!!
還有,你快點跳下足球腐海陪我吧哇哈哈哈~~~XDDDD (大爆)
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  • 小零
  • 一大堆英文跳過沒看XDDDDDDDD
  • 那你隻死野仲唔上線問我拿多 d 圖 XDDDDD (爆)
    兒子和鬱金香配我是可以接受的,女婿最近都沒出場機會…… T___T

    kisumimakino 於 2007/12/09 14:34 回覆

  • 海星
  • 哈囉

    Liverpool just rocks. *sighs* And I never, ever get to watch them. Loved the pictures. Torres looks hot in red (well, he looks hot in everything).
  • Hahahaa, of course my dear, Torres looks hot whenever and whatever! *laugh happily*

    BTW you have disappear for a long time my friend...are you doing well? Best wishes to you!
    I'm taking my exam...God bless you & me. (Although I don't believe in God.)

    kisumimakino 於 2007/12/09 14:40 回覆