Face Chelsea, Liverpool Rodgers Want More Sharp

Face Chelsea, Liverpool Rodgers Want More Sharp

Face Chelsea, Liverpool Rodgers Want More Sharp

Liverpool – Liverpool actually has the potential to win the last two games, which were both closed with a score draw. The manager, Brendan Rodgers, hoping his team can be sharper at home to Chelsea.

Liverpool just picking a draw in the last two games. The first results cons Chelsea 1-1 in the first leg semi-finals of the League Cup, then counter Bolton Wanderers 0-0 in the fourth round of the FA Cup.

Yet in both games, kids Merseyside show potential attacks well. Take a look at the statistics in the two games.

In the game contra Chelsea, their dominant with 62% control of the ball, releasing 19 shots with six towards goal and one hit the post, but only creates one goal. While Chelsea itself only had two shots at the right target. Even then, through a penalty goal to fruition.

While in the counter party Bolton, Liverpool back dominant with 68% ball possession and launched 24 experiments with nine of which leads directly into the goal. His opponent? Just seven attempts and none on target.

Rodgers is well aware his team has the potential to be dangerous in attack. However, the final settlement Raheem Sterling et al. still less than optimal. Face Chelsea in the semi-final second leg of the League Cup at Stamford Bridge on Wednesday (28/01/2015) pm dawn, Rodgers hopes his team can further maximize opportunities.

“Our Creativity is good, just a final decision or bait and ultimately completion are lacking. We work very hard and their goalkeeper made some good rescue. We just did not quite make the final bait,” Rodgers told the club’s official website.

“They do not have a single shot on target. We have to face Chelsea and Bolton at home here, Chelsea had one shot on target and Bolton did not have none.”

“Credit to the players, how hard they work to survive. You can see they have created opportunities to score, now we need a little quality of the end to make all of these valuable opportunities,” said the 42 years of this.