Despite being in the Champion's League "Group of Death" (which we dominated by the way), mid-week games have been low-key affairs so far. And the numbers coming out to the pub to watch the match were few and the energy equally low.
Enter the Premier League's Everton vs Liverpool mid-week derby....or as the British media have now dubbed these matches: "Demolition Derby."
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MATCHDAY – WEEK 14
LIVERPOOL FC 4 - EVERTON 1
I mean, what else could one expect?
Sure, there was a momentary shakiness at the end of the first half but overall the favourites stepped up with some very memorable moments.
Henderson pulled out one of his thunderbolts and got the game started right with a stunner at 9 minutes. (See previous post about the in-pub debate over Henderson's quality and value to the team....are you reading, Peter?!)
In fact, this started a "Best Captain: Hendo or Gerrard" debate across our membership. That was fun.
Queue Rafa taking notes on his little pad.
That was followed by another patented curler from the left by Mo - way better than Messi - Salah.
Queue Everton fans streaming out of the stadium.
Demarai Gray put on a good show for the home fans and got one past Alisson, an unusual event given how on-the-ball (pardon the pun) our Keeper has been in one-v-one situations.
Queue Klopp's magic half-time talk.
The Reds came back on with purpose. Salah got his second and then, not to waste his opportunity in the starting line up, Diogo Jota showed his finishing quality with a real stunner to make it 4-1 for Liverpool.
Salah's speed and strength that led to his two goals makes him the star of the match. I mean, his second goal...WOW. Ingenuity, speed, strength, and skill. The on air commentator was forced to yell "catch him if you can!"
But for my money, Henderson is the Man of the Match. He controlled the game from the kick off to his exit. His play off the ball was once again stellar, showing why he's the Player's Captain.
Yup, I said it. Hendo's the Man. Bring it, Peter. I'll fight you.
Agree? Who is you man of the match? Share in the comments below.
In the meantime, let's all enjoy the highlights.
MEDIA ROUND UP
Madison, our home pub this year, was a mix of emotion and experiences. We started by welcoming a couple of blue-shirts (who, by the way, did "An Everton" and walked out at the half).
Overall, the atmosphere was amazing. Many of the regulars joined along with a number of "first-timers," OLSC Toronto members who joined online but came to the pub for the first time.
It wasn't always the best first experience for them as the pub has some issues with DAZN, which caused periodic delays in the feed. At one point, every table in the place was streaming the match from their phones. Luckily, it wasn't too long before things got straightened up and the cheering, singing, and jumping continued!
For those asking: Madison's feed is not WiFi based, it's hard wired. There's no issue with the WiFi or the number of guests using their complimentary WiFi, as it was in the first days when we moved to this pub. The feed has been strong and consistent since the upgrade was made. Regardless, the OLSC Toronto Exec is addressing this with the management.
Here's a sense of the in-pub experience (click on image to open gallery view).
We're back at it this Saturday with an interesting match up against the Wolves. Klopp will face off against new manager Bruno Lage. Who will he rest? Will Mini and OX get the start?
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We look forward to seeing you there!
BECOME A MEMBER TODAY!
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What's your favourite memory of this week's match?
What was your favourite memory of the match or the in-pub experience? Share your thoughts in the comments below.
UP THE REDS!!
You’ll Never Walk Alone.
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