Liverpool’s £35m Man Proves He’s Worth £50m

By on April 13, 2011

Andy Carroll has officially arrived at Anfield, and he has done it with style following his superb performance on Monday night.

Carroll has put shame into Fernando Torres, scoring not one but two, and not even giving critics a chance to compare his goal drought to the former Liverpool Spaniard, and current Chelsea flop, Fernando Torres.

You also have to take into consideration that the goals were against Manchester City! A 3-0 win against Manchester City is hard to come by to say the least, and the stunning combo of Suarez-Carroll starred alongside prospect John Flanagan, who had a very composed day at the back.

Suarez also grabbed another good day for the reds, although he didn’t manage to get on the score sheet. It looks like John Henry’s investment in Liverpool has paid absolute dividends, and the fans will certainly be encouraged by the fact that he’s an owner who is willing to spend.

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3 Comments

  1. prodigal angelo

    April 13, 2011 at 10:46 am

    he *CARROLL* has made his critics eat their words, wat a superb goal, those who compare him and Torres shld see 4 them selves. If he scores Torres will score, ok he has scored now im waitin 4 Torres to score. Lmao YNWA

  2. charlie

    April 13, 2011 at 1:54 pm

    torres is a non-issue, he’ll be back in Spain within a year, probably with Athletico again, if they’ll have him. everything about torres looks ordinary at the moment, from his touch to his body language. Chelsea would have beat Man U last night had Drogba and Anelka started… instead they blindly stick with their sulky spaniard, Drogba is still the best striker in the league and he must be pretty miffed that he is being kept out the team by a particularly average player!

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