Liverpool Goes Back to Ground

Published on 01-May-2016 by srijan213
Soccer / Soccer Daily Review

Five reasons why the Welsh never win on Wheel of Fortune.

It was looking like the good old days for a while, there.

But that was then, and this is Wales.

That's the principality where Swansea's located.

And that's where Swans scorched the 'Pool to the tune of a 3-1 scoreline.

Liverpool has improved a lot this season but not enough to handle life in the land of astounding names.

André Ayew took the wind out of those red sails by delivering the first cut:.

Dude just taught the 'Pool how to fly and score.

Jack Cork followed that act with a demonstration showing how to make a ball fly and score:

Cool goals. However, the novelty might be lost up on Merseyside right now.

Christian Benteke may be unhappy at Liverpool, but that hasn't stopped his production for them:

Belgians may be accused of having their heads in the clouds, but in some professions, it's quite useful.

Ayew got into the act again by delivering the coda, while all the Reds could do was unclusterfunk their back four:

And with that, Jürgen Klopp will go back to the drawing board while the club's fans will have to settle for reminiscing.

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