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You'll Never Walk Alone
  • You'll Never Walk Alone
  • Gerry & The Pacemakers
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When you walk through a storm
Hold your head up high
And don’t be afraid of the dark
At the end of the storm
There’s a golden sky
And the sweet silver song of a lark

Walk on through the wind
Walk on through the rain
Though your dreams be tossed and blown

Walk on walk on with hope in your heart
And you’ll never walk alone
You’ll never walk alone

You’ll never walk alone!

Game 19)

Liverpool 4-1 Swansea City - Anfield

Scorers: Moreno 33’, Lallana 51’, 61’, Shelvey OG 69’. Sigurdsson 52’.

Man of the Match: Adam Lallana

Report: The halfway mark in the 2014/15 season brought good fortune for Liverpool as they displayed some of the form that put them in such high regard last year against a strong Swansea side who remain in the top 10. Rodgers continued with the back 3, with Can again playing as a distributive CB. The gaffer showed the fans why he persists with this formation, with excellent games from his two attacking midfielders Coutinho and Lallana. The breakthrough game down the left side, a continued run from wing back Alberto Moreno who was found alone in the box by Henderson, and finished from close range. The second half started in bright fahsion for the home side, a second goal coming in bizarre fashion, with Swans keeper Lukasz Fabianski’s clearance blocked by Lallana which rebounded miraculously into the net, one of the craziest moments of the season. To their credit, Swansea struck back immediately, with Bony causing problems in the area. Mamadou Sakho couldn’t clear, with the rebound falling to Sigurdsson who tapped home a minute later. But the day belonged to the two Liverpool number 10’s, who combined for Liverpool’s 3rd. Coutinho played a lovely back heel to Lallana who dribbled exquisitely around the defence to the left, and finished in the bottom right. Ex-red Jonjo Shelvey was again involved in this fixture, flicking on Jordan Henderson’s corner, into the far corner of the set, scoring his second own-goal for Liverpool, since leaving. He was also lucky to be on the pitch, as was Raheem Sterling, both players striking an opponent with a stray arm which easily could have been a send off. Liverpool were dominant, in arguably their best performance of the season, thanks to sublime displays from Coutinho and Lallana, the latter earning a near unanimous man of the match award for an outstanding game.