Liverpool vs Newcastle United match highlights video and report

Highlights from this afternoon’s game between Liverpool and Newcastle United at Anfield.

Liverpool vs Newcastle United full match video, highlights, interviews and match report.

It was a case of “same old same old” from Pardew at the start as Liverpool were all over the Magpies at the start. However, they were also rather sterile when it came to the crunch and couldn’t put a goal past the obstinate newcastle defence. So, for once this season, Newcastle United weren’t a goal or two down before the inevitable improvement came. As usual though, it took some exceptional play from two of the usual suspects, Hatem Ben Arfa and Yohan Cabaye to combine for an opening goal for the Magpies. Ben Arfa’s silky dribbling skills took him through two Liverpool players before he floated in a great cross to the far post for his fellow Frenchman. Cabaye more than kept his end up too with an excellent finish from what looked like a very tricky angle.

However, Newcastle didn’t have a monopoly on individual brilliance, something which Luis Suarez proved in the 67th minute with another excellent goal, this time for the Reds of course. With some irony for a team managed by the vainglorious, self styled high priest of tippy tappy football, Liverpool’s breakthrough fianlly came from a classic “route one” goal, albeit executed with excellent style by Suarez on the other end. He controlled a long ball with his shoulder whilst holding off Coloccini. He then manoevred his way past Krul in the Newcastle goal to casually slip the ball into the net in what was an excellent individual goal for the Uruguayan hitman.

By this time the match was an excellent contest which was almost (but not quite) living up to some of the previous classics between these two sides. The drama wasn’t over too, with Fabricio Coloccini picking up a stright red card (and missing the next three games) for a “studs up” tackle on the aforementioned Suarez. On closer inspection, he seemed to pull out and hardly made any contact. However, by the letter of the law, it can happen if studs are lifted in such a fashion so off went Captian Colo for the next three Premiership games! He seemed to have it in for Suarez throughout the game though, making other challenges on the player which also could have been carded in what was an uncharacteristic performance for el Capitano.

Though the game carried on in a very exciting fashion, there were no more goals on either side and it ended as yet another draw for the Magpies. that’s five draws in ten Premiership games for the Silver Supremo now as site user “toontony” helpfully pointed out a few minutes ago.

Post match interviews.

Alan Pardew post match interview.

Brendan Rodgers post match interview.

Score / Goal scorers.

Liverpool 1 (Luis Suarez 67), Newcastle United 1 (Cabaye 43).

Teams / Match facts.

Liverpool (4-2-3-1): Brad Jones (G), Andre Wisdom, Martin Skrtel, Daniel Agger, Jose Enrique; Joe Allen, Nuri Sahin; Raheem Sterling, Steven Gerrard (C), Suso, Luis Suarez.

Subs: Peter Gulacsi (G), Sebastian Coates, Jamie Carragher, Jordan Henderson, Jonjo Shelvey, Oussama Assaidi, Stewart Downing.

Newcastle United (4-4-2): Tim Krul (G), Vurnon Anita, Steven Taylor, Fabricio Coloccini (C), Davide Santon, Hatem Ben Arfa, James Perch (Danny Simpson 27), Yohan Cabaye, Jonas Gutierrez, Papiss Cisse, Demba Ba (Sammy Ameobi 50).

Substitutes: Steve Harper (G), Shane Ferguson, Mike Williamson, Gael Bigirimana, Gabriel Obertan, Sammy Ameobi, Shola Ameobi.

Yellow cards: None.

Red cards: Fabricio Coloccini (84).

Referee:Anthony Taylor (Manchester).

Attendance: 44,803.

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17 Responses to “Liverpool vs Newcastle United match highlights video and report”

  1. 1
    avatar toontony says:

    A bit slow this time worky! ;-)

  2. 2
    avatar workyticket says:

    toontony says:
    November 4, 2012 at 6:10 pm

    “A bit slow this time worky!”

    I try toontony, I try. It took a bit longer this time with the little match reportlet at the bottom. ;-)

  3. 3
    avatar workyticket says:

    I’ve put some slightly better highlights up now. I will keep updating them whenever better ones come along.

  4. 4
  5. 5
    avatar Mark says:

    Thank u for full match

  6. 6
    avatar workyticket says:

    Mark says:
    November 4, 2012 at 9:53 pm

    “Thank u for full match”

    Nee botha Mark! We usually put them up when they are available.

    BTW, with the full ones, if you have any problems, sometimes it’s best to pause them, go off and make a cup of tea or something and let a bit of a buffer build up.

  7. 7
    avatar chuck says:

    Both managers though they had different takes on the game sounded reasonable enough, a change from the preview interviews.

  8. 8
    avatar GS says:

    The weird thing now is that someone who has a bit of money like me or Worky seem more annoyed at the status quo than the people that should be annoyed.

    The protests and political statements are coming from Katy Perry for f@cks sake. Sexy, but hardly The Clash.

    Consumerism is top of the pop charts and we are all worse off for it.

    Apple, the world’s biggest company is a status symbol. But more, is considered “cool”. What is that about?

  9. 9
    avatar workyticket says:

    I’ve put the longer highlights from MotD up now.

  10. 10
    avatar workyticket says:

    GS says:
    November 5, 2012 at 5:00 am

    “Apple, the world’s biggest company is a status symbol. But more, is considered “cool”. What is that about?”

    GS, I told you to read some Ed Bernays but you weren’t interested.

  11. 11
    avatar workyticket says:

    GS, according to the annual “Cool Brands” survey, one of the coolest brands in the UK (somewhere behind Apple of course) is “Glastonbury”. How rebellious is that?

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-19692371

  12. 12
    avatar GS says:

    Worky @10, I must have missed that. I will have a look.

  13. 13
    avatar GS says:

    Worky @10: I see why I may have dismissed it now – the link to Freud. I have a tendency to dismiss some things out of hand when I shouldn’t. Even psychotherapy probably has some truth to it, I just can’t understand it so I dismiss it. I was even hypnotised to quit smoking and it worked, so maybe some of the techniques have validity.

    I just started reading Thinking Fast and Slow by Daniel Kahneman.

    As for yer man Bernays, what would you suggest I read? His autobiography? I would guess that would be the easiest read as an introduction?

  14. 14
    avatar workyticket says:

    GS says:
    November 5, 2012 at 2:06 pm

    “Worky @10: I see why I may have dismissed it now – the link to Freud.”

    GS, Just because you disgree with someone, it doesn’t mean that their work isn’t important to gain an understanding of something, especially if it’s something you disagree with. I’ve read Goebbels and Bernays on Propaganda, PR and advertising because they are the most important people in those fields. It doesn’t follow that I’m a Nazi Freudian though, which would be a strange combination indeed. To understand how Capitalism works the most essential reading is Marx’s “the Capital” as it is the greatest analysis of Capitalism ever written, however you don’t have to be a Marxist to read it.

    Propaganda (1928) by Edward Bernays:

    http://www.historyisaweapon.com/defcon1/bernprop.html

    The Century Of The Self parts 1 to 4

    A four part series on Bernays and his influence by Adam Curtis

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OmUzwRCyTSo

  15. 15
    avatar Grumpy Old-Toon says:

    I was a little surprised at the straight red for Collo thought he might have got away with a yellow. I think it was more a case of what the linesman thought he saw rather than the actual nearly foul, if that makes sense.

    If we extrapolate the points we have at this stage of the season and maintain it to the end of the season we would end up on 56 points or mid table. Not exactly building on last season is it?

    On a slightly different subject, why are our political genius’s looking to get Japanese company’s to build nuclear reactors in this country. Especially as all the other leading industrial countries are shying away from them and in particular the Japanese. What is wrong with green energy, it is safer and creates jobs. Smells of something to me and not Methane. :)

  16. 16
    avatar workyticket says:

    Grumpy Old-Toon says:
    November 5, 2012 at 3:38 pm

    “If we extrapolate the points we have at this stage of the season and maintain it to the end of the season we would end up on 56 points or mid table.”

    53.2 points by my calculations Grumpy. I’d already worked it out. :-)

    Grumpy Old-Toon says:
    November 5, 2012 at 3:38 pm

    “On a slightly different subject, why are our political genius’s looking to get Japanese company’s to build nuclear reactors in this country. Especially as all the other leading industrial countries are shying away from them and in particular the Japanese. What is wrong with green energy, it is safer and creates jobs. Smells of something to me and not Methane.”

    Logistically in terms of the amount of power which needs to be generated, we need nuclear and lots of it. The Japanese build them very well but the reason for their catastrophe was the idiotic decision to build one on the on top of a major fault line.

    I’m more into “brown” energy than “green” energy, ie power from shite! That’s the ultimate in recycling. It’s the most realistic answer for us lot up in northern europe. However corrupted decisionmaking has led to the windmill thing, though they have to be in very windy locations to be anything like efficient considering the space and resources they eat up. Solar’s ok if you’re in the middle of Spain, but not in a wet Whitley Bay.

    Shite is the answer, and I’m sure that Thomson House could power most of Tyneside judging by the amount of shite they produce on a daily basis.

  17. 17
    avatar Grumpy Old-Toon says:

    Worky, I think you will find that solar is a lot more efficient and reliable than most people realise, even in this country. I have a little solar toy on my east facing kitchen window that works quite happily even in cloudy conditions. For the cost of building one nuclear power station plus it’s eventual de-commissioning, an awful lot of homes could have solar panels fitted.

    A lot of jobs generated and long term safe energy it aint rocket science.

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