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Saturday, August 29, 2009

Liverpool back on track

Anelka (left) celebrates with Didier Drogba on the network action in
 the Premier League meeting between Burnley Chelsea at Stamford
Bridge yesterday. Chelsea won 3-0.

LONDON - Liverpool's back-kan menghidup opportunity called Premier League champions this season.

3-2 victory over Bolton Wanderers yesterday as if to give an indication that the Reds again give rise to competition to other giants of England.

In action at the Reebok Stadium, captain Steven Gerrard when the hero appears explode goal victory at Liverpool to-83 minutes.

Earlier, Kevin Davies put Bolton in front in the 33rd minute before the Liverpool defense, Glen Johnson equalized eight minutes later.

Two minutes after the second act began, Tamir Cahin put Bolton back in front, but striker sensation Liver-pool, Fernando Torres equalized in the 56th minute.

Victory saw Liverpool take the stairs from the 10th to seventh in the league ladder.

Meanwhile, the three networks within seven minutes was enough to give Chelsea victory comfortably overcome Burnley 3-0 at Stamford Bridge.

It is the fourth consecutive victory was Carlo Ancelotti's squad is operating, thus enabling them to occupy top league with 12 points maximum.

Nicolas Anelka put Chelsea in front in first half injury time.

Chelsea second goal followed in the 48th minute after Michael Ballack menanduk in sending the ball before Frank Lampard Ashley Cole completed the Blues third goal four minutes later.

Meanwhile, Tottenham Hotspur fell to second place even though the league won 2-1 over Birmingham City.

Peter Crocuh Spurs scored the opening goal in the 72nd minute before Lee Bowyer equalized three minutes later.

Aaron Lennon ensure victory when the Spurs scored the final minutes of matches. - Agencies

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