Liverpool's Charging Hard
The Red Army has games in hand and a chance to barge into Europe.
Liverpool definitely barged into the tall ships of Stoke City, lashing the Potters, 4-1.
When the 'Pool is good, they're very good, and that's become a constant again at Anfield.
Now that they've pushed past the Potters, the Reds have three barriers to broach to claim that coveted fifth spot that comprises the Premiership's final entry into international competition.
Keepers don't get hazard pay for stopping those.
The essence quickly evaporated, though, as Bojan Krkić quickly scored the equalizer:
Stoke City has a penchant for signing tall players who are good with headers.
Daniel Sturridge is at full speed once again, and it shows:
Very few can say that they scored a header against the Potters.
Ironically, that was the 'Pool's trend du jour. They beat Stoke at their own game again when Divock Origi scored from another noggin shot:
Sooner or later, though, it always gets back to the feet, which Origi served to remind:
Looks like the Reds are ready for Borussia Dortmund.