A very good game that could have gone either way, the difference was probably that our defense was immense today, theirs looked a bit shaky at times.
VAR had a big impact on the game twice and changed the flow of the game, it's amazing how dramatically the decisions to disallow the goals...
I remember, he died and was resuscitated I believe, perhaps should have reflected that in my post.
Leaving the ground the news going around was just that one of our players had died, I remember making my way home in a daze feeling sick.
Thee worst game to be at was forest when Clive Clarke died. 2007
I haven't been to many away games, but I remember a dire performance against Coventry the year we were relegated from the championship that sticks in my mind.
It's supposed to be the opposition's job to nullify our best players. We are doing it for them by playing them out of position and in a system that doesn't suit.
I perhaps wouldn't mind so much if we were defensively solid, but we're not keeping clean sheets.
To create a bit of variety I will go for my favourite players (not the best) and exclude current players.
Subs: Walker, Elliott, Taggart, Lennon, McKinley, Summerby, Deane,
Perez Chilwell and Tielemans still need to find their best form so I expect they will start, Praet too, and probably best to let Soyuncu keep his rhythm. The others are subject to change imo.
I think that the clear and obvious rule should apply to all decisions, including handball and offsides. The Video referee should see at most 2 replays and if he isn't confident enough at that point to over-rule the ref, then the original decision stands.
I agree with Brown Nose that the tactical set-up cost us. I had expected Wolves to come and have a go, so can't blame Rodgers for that, but I'm surprised he didn't change it sooner.
All things considered a clean sheet was important following Maguire's departure, and the pressure is now off...