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Match of the Day 2018/19

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August 11th

 

 

Match of the Day starts at 10.20pm on BBC1, with the programme repeated at 9am Sunday morning.

 

MATCH OF THE DAY RUNNING ORDER

Fulham vs Crystal Palace

Wolves vs Everton

Bournemouth vs Cardiff

Newcastle vs Tottenham

Huddersfield vs Chelsea

Watford vs Brighton

Manchester United vs Leicester

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Match of the Day running order

Arsenal vs West Ham

Wolves vs Man City

Liverpool vs Brighton

Bournemouth vs Everton

Southampton vs Leicester

Huddersfield vs Cardiff

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32 minutes ago, Langston said:

Bournemouth - Everton sounded way more exciting than Wolves - Man City and Liverpool - Brighton were.

4 goals and 2 sent off compared to 3 goals in the other 2 games. Can see why Man City is higher as from the commentary I heard was a tight and close game. But Liverpool was a scrappy, scrappy game

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First tonight.

 

) Leicester 1-2 Liverpool

2) Chelsea 2-0 Bournemouth

3) Man City 2-1 Newcastle

4) Crystal Palace 0-2 Southampton

5) West Ham 0-1 Wolves

6) Brighton 2-2 Fulham

7) Everton 1-1 Huddersfield

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8 hours ago, davieG said:

What a one side review of the game that was all Liverpool their pluses and mistakes it's like they were playing a ghost team.

Wonder if anyone not at the game will have noticed that almost all of the Liverpool highlights were from the first half.

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Exactly are we an invisible team. We played the better football, made Liverpool look ordinary, yet not one mention of us. 

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Just now, sm1 said:

Exactly are we an invisible team. We played the better football, made Liverpool look ordinary, yet not one mention of us. 

Not really true, they had the better opportunities. Still no excuse for how one sided MOTD was

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How did Lineker allow that to happen? That was the most ridiculous analysis ever. Shearer claiming Liverpool were in cruise control! You just know that it would have been called terrible defending if we'd scored the goals Liverpool did. 

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3 minutes ago, Stadt said:

Not really true, they had the better opportunities. Still no excuse for how one sided MOTD was

I think we had just as many.  Gray, Maddison & Morgan as well as the goal.  Not many teams will have 4 very good chances  against Liverpool. 

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1 minute ago, Sunbury Fox said:

How did Lineker allow that to happen? That was the most ridiculous analysis ever. Shearer claiming Liverpool were in cruise control! You just know that it would have been called terrible defending if we'd scored the goals Liverpool did. 

This, Liverpool cruise control wtf

 

Was Shearer even there ? , ffs they want to get there facts right before babbling shit

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6 minutes ago, sm1 said:

I think we had just as many.  Gray, Maddison & Morgan as well as the goal.  Not many teams will have 4 very good chances  against Liverpool. 

Salah’s and Mane’s chances were better than any of ours bar maybe Morgan’s. Gray’s wasn’t even a half chance and we scored from a huge error. We had more of the more ball but Liverpool were the better team.

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It was really important that they told us that Mane, Salah and Firmino are a devastating dynamic attacking force, I hadn’t noticed that before.

 

 

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8 minutes ago, Stadt said:

Salah’s and Mane’s chances were better than any of ours bar maybe Morgan’s. Gray’s wasn’t even a half chance and we scored from a huge error. We had more of the more ball but Liverpool were the better team.

Morgan's, Maddison's in which a last ditch tackle saved them. Wouldn't say there was a "better" team today. A point each would've been a fair result. Salah was largely ineffective, wouldn't say Firminho was much better. 

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1 minute ago, Stadt said:

Salah’s and Mane’s chances were better than any of ours bar maybe Morgan’s. Gray’s wasn’t even a half chance and we scored from a huge error. We had more of the more ball but Liverpool were the better team.

For pity`s sake Stadt your the only one who isn`t in agreement here, the coverage was appallingly biased and totally one sided, they hardly mentioned us at all, they babbled on and on about Gomez and England but failed to mention Chilwell, Maddison and Gray who were all superb today, we had more possession more shots, more shots on target and the same amount of corners and their first goal was a total fluke, they were NOT the better team and we deserved something from the game !

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9 minutes ago, Stadt said:

Salah’s and Mane’s chances were better than any of ours bar maybe Morgan’s. Gray’s wasn’t even a half chance and we scored from a huge error. We had more of the more ball but Liverpool were the better team.

It's not about who was the better team it's about showing a true reflective review of the game that wasn't in any definition I've ever seen of those words.

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5 minutes ago, Stadt said:

Salah’s and Mane’s chances were better than any of ours bar maybe Morgan’s. Gray’s wasn’t even a half chance and we scored from a huge error. We had more of the more ball but Liverpool were the better team.

The same is true for Liverpool goals.  Their first was an error from Pereira and the second was Maddison standing idly as Firming scored. Certainly don't agree Liverpool were the better team or in cruise control as Shearer implied. 

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So,team is leading 0:2,they give you  ball and let you play football,you are trying and actually doing fine,but not that much chances to score

they make error,you score and after that you have momentum for few minutes.Then Keita comes in and everything goes back to normal,no more ball for you

Yes,we did okay in second half,we were playing football but thats all because they let us do that

Klopp is playing more pragmatic football and thats how it works - they score and then they chill

its funny people saying we were dominant.no,we were not,sadly.

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Keown on Glenn Murray "He's what I like to call a contact striker" lollollol

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