Liverpool 2-0 Hull City Stats and Highlights
Liverpool ended a run of successive defeats and got their quest for a top-four finish back on track with a comfortable victory over Hull.
Daniel Agger nodded in a Philippe Coutinho corner to set the hosts up for a seventh straight home win.
It was all Liverpool as Jordan Henderson and Coutinho went close before Luis Suarez doubled the advantage with an exquisite free-kick.
Hull created little, but did well to prevent the hosts from scoring a third.
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Date: Wednesday, 1 January, 2014
Kick off: 15:00 GMT
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1-0 Agger 37′ | Mobile users click here
2-0 Suarez 50′ | Mobile users click here
Hull’s 3-1 win against Liverpool in December was the first time in their history the Tigers had beaten the Reds (D4, L12).
Liverpool have won three of their five Premier League matches with Hull.
Two of Hull’s seven Premier League goals scored against Liverpool have been own goals (from Jamie Carragher and Martin Skrtel).
The Merseysiders have lost their past two games in the Premier League – the first time this season they have suffered successive top-flight defeats.
However, the Reds have won their past six home games, winning eight of nine league matches at Anfield in total this term.
Only Manchester City (38) have scored more goals on home turf than Liverpool’s tally of 25.
Of Luis Suarez’s 19 goals in 2013-14, 16 have come against bottom-half opposition and just three against the top half (two versus Tottenham and one against Everton).
Liverpool have scored the first goal on 14 occasions this season – the joint-best record in the division.
The Tigers ended a run of four games without a win with a 6-0 victory against Fulham last time out.
Robert Koren’s brace in that win was the first time this season a Hull player had scored more than a single goal in a game.
Hull have never won a Premier League match in the month of January (D3, L4).
Steve Bruce is looking for a first home-away ‘double’ over Liverpool as a manager since his Birmingham side completed the feat in 2004-05.
With victory against Fulham, Hull became the fourth team this season to score five or more goals in a game after Liverpool, Manchester City and Newcastle.