All posts tagged with: Divock Origi

Chamberlain move shows power shift

Not long ago, Arsenal finished 18 points above Liverpool in the Premier League. Behind Chelsea and the two Manchester clubs, the Gunners represented the obvious final member of the top four. The Reds meanwhile had hit a serious decline after their failed 08/09 title bid, struggling to get beyond the 60-point mark. No-one bat an… Read more →

Mane winner hands Liverpool deserved derby victory

Sadio Mane’s injury-time winner sparked jubilant scenes among Liverpool fans at Goodison Park. The Reds did enough in the second half to merit their derby victory against Everton, who were unable to sustain their high-energy start. In the first 20 minutes, the hosts applied relentless pressure, James McCarthy and Idrissa Gana Gueye bossing the midfield. Roberto Firmino… Read more →

Palace v Liverpool: repeating history

Liverpool have not won a league game at Selhurst Park since December 1997, when goals from Michael Owen, Steve McManaman and Oyvind Leonhardson helped them to a 3-0 win. That season saw the last time three promoted clubs went straight back down, Palace finishing bottom. Somewhat disconcertingly for Eagles fans, that particular campaign did not… Read more →