Rodgers: Kans Four Big Finish Slightly Open Back

Rodgers: Kans Four Big Finish Slightly Open Back

Liverpool – Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers admits his team’s chances for a top four finish slightly open back. He also believes there will still be twists and turns that lived four top teams.

LIverpool successfully achieve full figure at home to Newcastle United on Tuesday (04/14/2015) pm dawn. ‘The Red’ 2-0 win through goals from each Raheem Sterling and Joe Allen.

Rodgers is quite satisfied with the performance of his team in this match. Statistics show they appear dominant. Possession of the ball by 62%, children Merseyside releasing 14 shots with six led to the goal. While his opponent has 10 trials and only three that led to the goal.

The 42-year-old was also called his team were lucky enough not punished penalty. In the 39th minute, Newcastle’s time to make a claim for a penalty after Ayoze Perez looked fouled Dejan Lovren in a restricted area. But referee Lee Mason budge.

“I think we showed the intention to attack in this game, get the ball back quickly, and controlling the game until the final six minutes in the first half. At that time we started to lose the ball too easily,” said Rodgers told the BBC.

“I think we were lucky not to give a penalty, but thankfully it did not happen to us,” he added.

The victory lifted Liverpool into the top five Premier League standings while with a collection of 57 of the 32 weeks. They just within four points of Manchester City who sit in fourth. or limit the Champions League. City itself was being held because of Manchester United’s 2-4 defeat last weekend.

With only six weeks remaining, the chances Liverpool into the top four and finish there is obviously still open. Rodgers confident teams above in addition to City, namely Chelsea, Arsenal and Manchester United are also still possible to slip.

“Manchester City may have little opportunity and if we continue to win our games, we’ll see what happens. But I’m sure there will be many twists and turns that happen,” said he.