Blackpool beat Liverpool

Blackpool - Had first lead, Liverpool finally forced to defeat 1-2 by Blackpool in the Premier League continued on Wednesday or Thursday (1/13/2011) early morning hrs. Goals from Dudley Campbell in the second half broke the dream Kenny Dalglish to achieve full points first.

These results also deliver Blackpool climbed three ranked 10th position. While Liverpool fell one place to position 13.

Compete at Bloomfield Road Stadium, "The Reds" looks hard to break down the wicket fleet of Ian Holloway. Moreover, Liverpool is not strengthened its flagship player, Steven Gerrard and Jamie Carragher. It just feels for Liverpool.

However, spartan attack they were able to produce a goal in the third minute thanks to striker Fernando Torres. Martin Kelly bait from the right side of Spanish origin used by attackers with hard left-foot shot, which was dammed by Richard Kingson.

However, the advantage did not last long. Nine minutes later, Blackpool goal back through Gary Taylor-Fletcher. Raul Meireles mistake in giving feedback to David Vaughan ended with a sweet by Taylor-Fletcher with a trick the defender before the break Liverpool goalkeeper Pepe Reina. Until the first half ended, the position is still a draw 1-1.

At the beginning of the second half, Liverpool still not able to penetrate defenses Blackpool. The attack Dirk Kuyt et al always raw in the middle of the road. In fact, more sleek Blackpool game made two golden opportunities.

First, through the action of Luke Varney from the right side of the Liverpool defense, and both hard kick Vaughan. Unfortunately, both these opportunities was saved well by Reina. In minute 67, turn Kingson who were forced to work hard. Kuyt hard kick from outside the penalty box he managed to mentahkan and only give "The Reds' corner kick.

Blackpool businesses finally see the results in the 69th minute. Campbell's header, which he threw himself, not the power held by Reina. Campbell was in a free-standing position without escort when scoring.

Disadvantaged, and never managed to penetrate the defenses of Blackpool, Liverpool's players looked frustrated. Their emotions were hooked. In fact, Torres should receive a yellow card for protesting the referee to excess.

Until the game was over, Liverpool still not able to change position.