Coutinho goal in Injury Time Passed Liverpool
Bolton – Liverpool won a ticket to the knock-out phase of the FA Cup after beating Bolton Wanderers 2-1. The Reds had left earlier before Philippe Coutinho scored in injury time to make them win.
The match itself is a replay game. Earlier, at a meeting at Anfield on January 24 last, the two teams drew 0-0.
Compete in macron Stadium on Thursday (02/05/2015) pm dawn, Liverpool appear to dominate from the start. Brendan Rodgers made the team win up to 65% ball possession and created more chances to score.
Noted, Liverpool had 22 attempts throughout the game with 10 of them on target. 3-4-3 formation adopted by Rodgers back looks bertaji.
It is far more than Bolton who only has 7 attempts with three of them on target.
However, Liverpool failed to score a goal in the first half, despite Steven Gerrard and Raheem Sterling could get some good chances. Sterling, for example, have to accept failure when shot in the 30th minute hit the goalposts.
In the second half, Liverpool did not loosen the attack. Sterling again get a chance at the beginning of the second half, but his shot was secured by Bolton goalkeeper Andy Lonergan.
Bolton who do not get much chance ended up ahead in the 59th minute. Goals stems from Martin Skrtel offense against Zach Clough in the penalty box, causing Bolton get a penalty kick.
Eidur Gudjohnsen forward to the executor. Kick successfully outwit Simon Mignolet and making Bolton a 1-0 lead.
Seven minutes later, disaster approached Bolton. They have to play with 10 men after Neil Danns get a second yellow card. Danns sent off after a foul on Joe Allen.
With 10 people, Bolton had to survive the onslaught of Liverpool. In the 85th minute, they eventually penetrate walls as well.
Bolton were piled seven people behind helpless against Emre Can lob bait that is released into the penalty box. Feed lob Can then greeted by Sterling which ran in. Sterling then finish with a left-foot volley kick. 1-1.
Time then shows the number 90 and the extra time given five minutes. When the game seemed to be continued into the extra period, Coutinho gave a surprise.
Kick from outside the penalty box bounced past a row of players, on the crossbar and into the goal Bolton. The Liverpool supporters were cheering their team now lead 2-1.
Until the long whistle sounded, 2-1 remain unchanged. Liverpool also qualified for the next round and will face Crystal Palace on 14th February.
Bolton Wanderers: Lonergan, Ream, Dervile, Wheater, Moxley, Feeney, Danns, Vela, Mills, Gudjohnsen, Clough (Trotter 72).
Liverpool: Mignolet, Sakho, Can, Skrtel, Moreno, Gerrard, Allen (Sturridge 70), Lallana (Henderson 54), Markovic (Borini 65), Coutinho, Sterling.