Charlie Adam's shot leading to the opening goal
Liverpool continued their revival from the heavy blow dealt out by Tottenham last Sunday, with a 2-1 win at home against Wolves.
A bizarre Roger Johnson own goal opened the scoring in the 11th minute when Charlie Adam’s fierce drive was headed onto the post and in by the former Birmingham defender.
Boosted by their early lead, Liverpool took a hold on the game and in the 38th minute a divine pass from Jose Enrique was met by Luis Suarez who twisted and turned in the box before firing past a helpless Wayne Hennessey.
Wolves made two changes at the break and one of them made an instant impact. In the 49th minute, Steven Fletcher latched on to a Steven Hunt cross and thumped the ball high into the net, past an outstretched Pepe Reina.
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