Southampton stands up to United, Arsenal dazzles; five EPL thoughts

Saturday October 19th, 2013
Dejan Lovren (right) and Jose Fonte celebrated after Southampton scored against Manchester United.
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Liverpool eventually took control though, and Suárez cleverly set up Daniel Sturridge for a goal. After that, Liverpool created chances. A combination of good goalkeeping by Tim Krul, bad luck and wasteful shooting prevented Liverpool scoring again. The game finished 2-2. Against 10 men, Liverpool had been unable to press its advantage. Maybe it would have been better off against 11.

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