Cardiff 3-6 Liverpool Highlights
Luis Suarez scored a hat-trick as they kept the pressure on Premier League leaders Chelsea by seeing off Cardiff.
Cardiff twice took the lead, through Jordan Mutch and Fraizer Campbell.
Suarez levelled after Mutch’s opener and Martin Skrtl did the same after Fraizer Campbell struck.
Skrtl headed a second and Daniel Sturridge got a second before Mutch’s consolation and Suarez’s third.
Watch English Premier League match, Cardiff Vs Liverpool highlights here.
Venue: Cardiff City Stadium
Date: Saturday, 22 March, 2014
Kick off: 15:00 GMT
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1-0 Mutch 9′
1-1 Suarez 16′
2-1 Campbell 25′
2-2 Skrtel 41′
2-3 Skrtel 54′ | Mobile users click here
2-4 Suarez 60′ | Mobile users click here
2-5 Sturridge 75′ | Mobile users click here
2-6 Sturridge | Mobile users click here
Liverpool have not won at Cardiff City since a 2-1 victory on 1 April 1929.
Cardiff have won 18 of the previous 31 encounters, Liverpool 10 and there have been three draws.
The Reds beat the Bluebirds 3-1 on 21 December to move top of the league.
Before this season the sides last met in the league in 1959-60, when Cardiff completed the double over Liverpool. One of those matches, a 4-0 win at Anfield, was Bill Shankly’s first match in charge of the Reds.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has won just two of his 10 league games since taking over at Cardiff (W2, D1, L7).
They have lost eight top-flight away matches in a row for the first time since December 1928 to March 1929, but have been defeated in just one of their last four home matches.
Cardiff have only scored six first-half goals in the league this season, the fewest in the top flight.
They have kept just one clean sheet in their last 14 league matches.
After their match with Liverpool, their next five fixtures are against West Brom, Crystal Palace, Southampton, Stoke and Sunderland.
The last time they failed to score in a league match was against Arsenal on 2 November, 19 matches ago.
They have only failed to score in two league matches all season (Arsenal and Southampton).
The Reds have scored 48 first-half goals in the league this season, two more than Manchester United have in total.
Only one team (Arsenal) have kept a clean sheet against Liverpool in their last 17 Premier League away trips.
Liverpool have been awarded more penalties than any other top-flight side this season (10) and they have now won 126 penalties in Premier League history, more than any other club.
Luis Suarez is only the second player to score 25 Premier League goals for Liverpool in a single season after Robbie Fowler managed it twice.