With Fabio Borini sidelined and Luis Suarez maintaining his role as the most untrusted man in England – the Uruguayan limped to the dressing room at half after another foul went unpunished – someone has to score goals for the reds. For Raheem Sterling the time is now. The youngster put Liverpool ahead with this goal – the product of a wonderful chip from Suarez – in the 29th minute. Sterling becomes Liverpool’s second youngest league scorer, and the eighth youngest overall. Go on young man, go on.
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