Agger, Lucas & more: Twitter reacts as Liverpool and Newcastle draw

Samuel Ameobi, Daniel Agger and Lucas Leiva tweet their thoughts as Liverpool and Newcastle share the points at Anfield

The Sport Review staff
By The Sport Review staff
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Yohan Cabaye scored Newcastle's goal at Anfield Photo:, via Wikimedia

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Luis Suárez’s second-half strike helped Liverpool rescue a point against Newcastle United at Anfield on Sunday.

The Magpies went ahead when Yohan Cabaye struck a sumptuous shot past Brad Jones after good work by Hatem Ben Arfa, with Suárez levelling with a superb solo effort.

Here is the best of the Twitter reaction from the professionals.

England bowler Graeme Swann ‏(@Swannyg66) does not expect to see his beloved Magpies win: “Considering Newcastle win at Anfield as often as I cook an edible Sunday roast, I am resigned to expecting the worst later!”

Manchester United striker Wayne Rooney ‏(@WayneRooney) hails Cabaye’s opening strike: “What a goal by Cabaye.”

Doncaster Rovers winger David cotterill ‏(@cotterill_david) agrees: “What a goal Cabaye #supersunday!”

Rangers captain Lee McCulloch (‏@jiggymacc6) is just as amazed by Suárez’s equaliser: “Suárez is world class. End of…..”

Former Northern Ireland international Jim Magilton ‏(@magilton7) loves the Uruguayan’s strike: “What a goal! Suárez different class!!”

Arsenal legend Ian Wright ‏(@IanWright0) is in agreement: “Top drawer from Suárez!”

Ex-Everton striker Gary Lineker ‏(@GaryLineker) sums up the thoughts of most Premier League followers: “Oh I say! He may be an irritating sod at times but boy can Suárez play…It appears Collocini thinks he’s an irritating sod too.”

Stoke City forward Michael Owen ‏(@themichaelowen) disagrees with Coloccini’s sending off: “Not having that at all. He didn’t touch him and to say there was intent is laughable. Let me tell you, he kicks a moving ball a thousand times a day and doesn’t miss it once. If he wanted to connect with a standing leg then he wouldn’t have missed. He pulls out at the last minute and doesn’t touch him. Not having that’s a red at all.”

But Piers Morgan (@piersmorgan) disagrees: “What nonsense @themichaelowen – that was a disgustingly late, crazily high, studs-up challenge by Coloccini. Could have broken Suárez’s leg.”

Newcastle striker Samuel Ameobi (‏@Sammy_Ameobi) is happy with the point: “Glad to take a hard fought point from today, especially with the sending off…some solid defending #nufc!”

Magpies midfielder Ryan Taylor ‏(@TaylorR1984) watched from the stands and enjoyed the experience: “Well I enjoyed that. Great to sit amongst the Toon army at Anfield. I know a few more songs now!”

Liverpool defender Daniel Agger (‏@DanielAgger) hails his skipper: “Well done Stevie G. 600 games for Liverpool is amazing. A Great guy and a great captain :)!”

Lucas Leiva ‏(@LucasLeiva87) chimes in: “A part from the result I want to congratulate Gerrard for his 600 appearance. What an achievement. Congrats captain .”

Liverpool midfielder Suso ‏(@suso30fernandez) fell the Reds deserved a win: “Good game today. Unlucky we couldn’t get the three points but I think we deserved. Keep working now and looking forward for the next game.”


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