Wolves Win First At Anfield For 26 Years

French striker DAVID NGOG of FC Liverpool steps on the ball as Brazil international midfielder LUCAS (21), Spain World Cup champion striker FERNANDO TORRES (9) and England World Cup midfielder STEVEN GERRARD (8) all search for answers following Wolverhampton Wolves’ goal at Anfield. (Tim Hales/AP)

A sad day in the annals of FC Liverpool comes to a merciful conclusion. Reds alum AVI COHEN was laid to rest in Tel Aviv after a memorial service at the Ramat Gan Stadium in Israel. And Liverpool slumped to a 1-0 loss to the very last-placed team in the whole of the 20-team English Premier League as Wolverhampton Wolves won at Anfield for the first time in 26 years.

Wolverhampton striker STEPHEN WARD, the Irishman switched from defender, scored eleven minutes into the second half to provide Wolves with not just a first road victory in the Premier League this season, but a first win at Anfield since January of 1984.

Slovakia World Cup defender MARTIN SKRTEL did head a late goal for Liverpool, who now stand an unsightly 12th in the Premiership for manager ROY HODGSON, only to see the strike waved off by the linesman’s flag for offsides.


Spain World Cup champion striker FERNANDO TORRES (9), the summer of 2007 purchase of 20.0 million English pounds from Spanish side Atletico Madrid who scored 18 goals in 22 Premier League games for FC Liverpool last season but has scored just five goals in 17 contests in the Premiership this term, leaves the pitch after the discouraging defeat at the hands of cellar-dwellar Wolverhampton Wolves at Anfield. (Phil Noble/Reuters)


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