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Liverpool 4-1 Stoke City : Incredible Bounce Back For Liverpool

Liverpool at Amfield regains their second position on the premier League Table after been dropped by Manchester City, beating Stoke City 4-1 from a goal down.

The Kloop side had gone a goal down just 12 minutes into the game, Jon Walters made no mistake heading the ball to the near post to give Stoke a early lead.

The game continued for twenty three minutes more before Liverpool penetrated and Adam Lallana leveled the game from Close range. Then just before halftime, Roberto Firmino shot reluctant to get in hits both posts before going into the net at the 44th minute, giving Liverpool a 2-1 lead before the break.

Liverpool dominated the game in the second 45 and the attack was so hard on the Stoke defence that close to the Hour mark Imbula in a bid to stop his opponent from playing into his goal, personally added a goal to his opponent, rolling the ball straight into the net.
The Stoke side became dejected and could not regain their game play, this was bad as the Liverpool continued to hit on them. Daniel Sturridge who came in from the bench dribbled round the keeper to score the forth goal for Liverpool.

With three minutes added, the Stoke side couldn't wait for the game to end as it prolonged their suffering. This game leaves them at 13th place with 21 points.
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