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Juve lose the Derby Italia,RVP Quality again,But Suarez is on Fire

Suarez finish was world Class

Another draw and Liverpool fans that I spoke to keep saying that we just unlucky. But how unlucky are we. We conceded and we drew thanks to a fantastic and truely world class finish from Louis Suarez. The man is on fire and amazingly he is the only recognised striker of quality at Liverpool. His finish was there to marvel. Newcastle vs Liverpool encounters are always crackers but this one finished 1-1 and Suarez’s goal was on everybodys lips.

Even MANC fans were impressed. David Beckham on the Suarez goal

“It was exceptional, to score a goal like that. The way he brought the ball down, everything about it was amazing. It was amazing to watch it,” he told reporters.

Beckham went on the admit that, while the goal was a stroke of genius, he was not surprised by it due to the quality that Suarez possesses.

“I’m a Manchester United fan, and I don’t like to say that about Liverpool players, but all jokes aside his first touch was incredible, his second touch was even better and it was an amazing finish,” he continued.

“He’s a great player, he’s capable of doing those things week in and week out.”

A Manc fan that I know well said to me Swoosh. I dont like Suarez. He is a Pig. But hes finish was fantastic.

At the end though we still have a point only as the misery continues. But thats what we always say as Liverpool Fans.

Chelsea surprisingly drew with Swansea and Man City drew again. I see Mancini was getting pissed off on the pres conference.City are nothing great this year I feel. The MANCS though. The MANCS are the MANCS and they got a deserved 3 points

Arsenals misery continued as former player RVP Came back to aunt them. Ferguson has the MANC outfit in check. They could have pumped Arsenal much more.

With three minutes on the clock, the Dutchman pounced on a poor clearance by Thomas Vermaelen and drilled an effort into the bottom corner to hand the hosts the lead.

Wayne Rooney then missed a golden opportunity to double United’s lead just before the break when he fired a penalty wide, but Patrice Evra duly made it 2-0 in the 67th minute when he ventured forward to send a header into the bottom corner.

The Gunners’ chances of a comeback then took a big blow two minutes later when Jack Wilshere was sent off for a second bookable offence and from then on, there was always ever going to be one winner, although Santi Cazorla did manage a late consolation when he curled home a sublime effort in injury-time.

The English teams have crunch European ties in midweek with City on the brink of Elimination.

In LA Liga Barcelona and Real Madrid won emphatically and in Serie A My Juve lost the 49 match unbeaten streak. More on that in Forza Juve. Milan and Roma won 5-1 and 4-1 respectively.

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