Wednesday, 31 January 2007

West Ham United 1 Liverpool 2

Kuyt's Edge and Class of Crouch Help Liverpool Put Heat On Chelsea by Sam Wallace
The race for the Premiership title has long been the preserve of an exclusive club of two managers but with five successive Liverpool wins it is becoming very difficult to deny Rafael Benitez membership. The gap to the Premiership champions in second place is a mere two points. Over to you, Jose Mourinho... The Independent
Curbishley's Hammers Cut To Quick By Crouch Cracker by Jon Bodkin
It was eight months ago that West Ham were a minute from beating Liverpool in the FA Cup final but that memorable match must have felt far more distant to them last night. Defeated by the same opponents, the team remain in the relegation zone and show little sign of finding a way out. They have gone seven Premiership games without a win and must end that run next month - when they face Aston Villa, Watford and Charlton... The Guardian
Crouch And Kuyt Ensure No End To West Ham Worries by Matt Dickinson
There are plenty of ways of blowing a fortune in the East End of London even without a supercasino. Just ask the new Icelandic owners of West Ham United, who were given even more reason last night to fear that they have spent £85 million, and another huge outlay on players this month, on a club that will be ejected from the Barclays Premiership in May... The Times
Liverpool Cling To Title Hope by Henry Winter
Liverpool made only two slip-ups at Upton Park last night, Rafa Benitez falling over – much to the hosts' amusement – and then his team conceding a late consolation to Kepa Blanco, but otherwise there was a strong air of upward mobility about the Merseysiders... The Telegraph

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