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Wira Tunggal Phoenix Episod 376

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Posted by padLoque Aqmal | Posted in | Posted on Sunday, January 31, 2010


Wira Tunggal Phoenix Episod 375

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Smilodon Episod 01

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Shin Chan Volume 16

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Tiny Titans #09

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Tiny Titans #08

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Johan Bolasepak - Offside Buku 1

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Fullmetal Alchemist Volume 16

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Dragon Ball Volume 16

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Detektif Conan Volume 16

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Jangan Togel (Nike Football)

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Jangan Togel (Nike Football)

credit to ichigohemrul from Syok

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Majalah PC Januari 2010

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LFC News: Liverpool 2 - 0 Bolton Wanderers

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Posted by padLoque Aqmal | Posted in | Posted on Sunday, January 31, 2010

Liverpool 2 - 0 Bolton Wanderers
Reds keep pace

Soccernet

:::Highlight:::

Dirk Kuyt celebrates netting his eighth league goal of the season.

Liverpool kept up the pressure in the race for fourth place in the Premier League with a 2-0 victory over Bolton at Anfield.

Dirk Kuyt's 49th strike for the club and Kevin Davies' own goal either side of half-time eventually proved enough in a performance that was lacking a touch of class if not endeavour.

Rafael Benitez's side are now unbeaten in six league games, in which they have conceded just once, and remain on course to deliver the manager's "guarantee'' of Champions League football next season.

It was also the first time this campaign they have shut out opponents on three successive occasions, which contributed to a fourth-successive home victory.

Much of the pre-match focus had been on Juventus' interest in making Benitez their next full-time coach. His response to that speculation was to hint that the club's owners needed to match his ambitions in terms of finances for squad-building.

And with captain Steven Gerrard shackled for long periods by the man-marking job of Fabrice Muamba the side needed inspiration from somewhere but struggled to find a cutting edge without star striker Fernando Torres, who is still several weeks away from fitness.

That alone will have at least given one of those owners, the watching Tom Hicks, food for thought. It will have also given Benitez more ammunition in his bid to squeeze every last cent out of the Americans who have yet to fully back their manager with the finances he needs to compete with Manchester United, Chelsea and even Arsenal - never mind the likes of multi-billionaires Manchester City.

When Gerrard did see the ball his back-heel from Jamie Carragher's pass released David Ngog in the area but his cross-shot from the byline looped up off Zat Knight and into the arms of Jussi Jaaskelainen.

Wanderers were managing to crowd out Liverpool's tight passing game in and around the penalty area but when they did break free Emiliano Insua flashed a cross through the six-yard box with Kuyt just unable to reach.

The hosts were indebted to Sotirios Kyrgiakos for clearing Lee Chung-Yong's shot off the line after the South Korean's diagonal run from the right took him past both centre-backs and goalkeeper Jose Reina, making his 100th consecutive Premier League appearance.

Liverpool's pressure eventually paid off in the 37th minute with a move started by Albert Riera's inch-perfect crossfield pass to Insua on the left wing. The Argentinian defender crossed to the far post where Alberto Aquilani jumped highest to head back into the six-yard area, and Kuyt stabbed home through Gary Cahill's legs.

Bolton thought they had won a penalty seconds before half-time when Lee tumbled in the penalty area under Aquilani's challenge but referee Steve Bennett booked the South Korean for diving.

Eight minutes into the second half Ngog should have given Liverpool some breathing space but fluffed his big chance. Jaaskelainen saved Gerrard's first-time shot from Riera's cross but the young French striker bundled the rebound into the floor six yards out and it bounced off the outside of the post and went wide.

Gerrard tested Jaaskelainen with a driven 25-yard shot which the goalkeeper parried low to his right before the replacement of Aquilani with Lucas led to the second goal. The Brazilian midfielder headed Riera's deep cross back for Ngog to lay the ball off to Insua who drove in a shot which was heading wide until it deflected off Davies to wrong-foot Jaaskelainen.

Kuyt's late dribble left Knight on the floor and his cross had to be turned over the crossbar by Gretar Steinsson as the pressure continued on Bolton until the final whistle.

Wira Tunggal Phoenix Episod 374

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Posted by padLoque Aqmal | Posted in | Posted on Friday, January 22, 2010


Tiny Titans #07

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Posted by padLoque Aqmal | Posted in | Posted on Friday, January 22, 2010


Johan Bolasepak II Volume 10

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Posted by padLoque Aqmal | Posted in | Posted on Friday, January 22, 2010


Fullmetal Alchemist Volume 15

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Posted by padLoque Aqmal | Posted in | Posted on Friday, January 22, 2010


Dragon Ball Volume 15

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Posted by padLoque Aqmal | Posted in | Posted on Friday, January 22, 2010


Detektif Conan Vol 15 (10) & Vol 16 (1-3)

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Posted by padLoque Aqmal | Posted in | Posted on Friday, January 22, 2010


Notis #019: Why I Like It Longer

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Posted by padLoque Aqmal | Posted in | Posted on Friday, January 22, 2010


why i want it longer...?
because...
i like something different from others...
furthermore, it make me easier to find my hp (always misplaced my hp)...
i also like long chocolate (bars or whatsoever)...
what will happen if handphone + chocolate...?
i hope i don't eat them...

p/s: ape yg aku merapu nieh...?! apape lah... harap menang... hehehe...

LFC News: Liverpool 2 - 0 Tottenham Hotspur

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Posted by padLoque Aqmal | Posted in | Posted on Thursday, January 21, 2010

Liverpool 2 - 0 Tottenham Hotspur
Deadly Dirk at the double

Soccernet

:::Highlight:::

Dirk Kuyt grabbed a vital opener for Liverpool

Dirk Kuyt's double strike injected new life into Liverpool's stuttering Barclays Premier League campaign as it secured a 2-0 victory over Tottenham.

The Holland international fired home in the sixth minute from the edge of the area and then converted a twice-taken penalty in second-half injury time.

Victory lifted the Reds to within one point of fourth-placed Spurs and eased the pressure on manager Rafael Benitez after early exits from the Champions League and FA Cup.

The importance of the match to Liverpool's top-four aspirations had been outlined by Benitez yesterday and his players responded in fine style.

It was a match the Reds could not afford to lose, having dropped two points thanks to Stoke's late equaliser on Saturday, and they did not disappoint an appreciative Anfield crowd.

There was a brief early scare when Jose Reina spilled a Gareth Bale cross under pressure from former Liverpool striker Peter Crouch, but he reclaimed the ball bravely from the challenge of Jermain Defoe.

Reina picked himself up to hoist a long kick downfield which Kuyt knocked back to Aquilani, playing in the hole behind the striker.

The Italian's close control took him past Michael Dawson, who brought down the playmaker, but the ball rolled to Kuyt on the edge of the penalty area and he fired low past Heurelho Gomes' right-hand to give his side the lead.

Jermaine Jenas was booked in the 27th minute for bringing down Philipp Degen as he raced over the halfway line but Liverpool failed to make the free-kick count.

And moments later Defoe was lucky to escape with just a talking to from referee Howard Webb after diving in and standing on Degen's foot.

The Swiss international was on the end of yet more rough treatment in the 34th minute when Bale clashed heads with the makeshift midfielder, which led to the Wales defender being cautioned.

Javier Mascherano became the first Liverpool player to be booked when he lost possession and then slid in on Crouch.

In first-half injury time Kuyt's header from Albert Riera's inswinging corner was stopped by Bale yards from the line and Martin Skrtel blazed the rebound over.

Moments later Luka Modric's shot was saved well low to his left by Reina.

Liverpool have made a season of failing to hang on to leads and they almost gifted Spurs an equaliser straight after the restart.

Sotirios Kyrgiakos dithered on the ball before surprising Reina with a short back-pass which immediately put the goalkeeper under pressure from Defoe.

Fortunately for the Spaniard the Tottenham striker was adjudged to have fouled him seconds before Crouch rolled the ball into an unguarded net.

Wilson Palacios was next to go into Webb's notebook for pulling down Lucas as he attempted to run through the Spurs defence on the halfway line.

Riera almost doubled Liverpool's lead in the 52nd minute when his header from Jamie Carragher's cross beat Gomes but crashed back off the crossbar.

Considering their recent habit of conceding in the last minute the hosts desperately needed a second goal to give them a cushion but the longer the game went on without one the more confident Spurs became.

The danger was highlighted when Jenas' first-time shot from 25 yards had Reina going the wrong way before he stuck out a hand to deflect it behind.

Having sent on Alan Hutton for Vedran Corluka, Spurs boss Harry Redknapp then replaced Niko Kranjcar with ex-Reds striker Robbie Keane.

Liverpool should have made it easier for themselves in the 66th minute when Kuyt robbed Dawson on halfway to race clear but he opted to play in Degen to his right instead of shooting and over-hit his pass.

Liverpool continued to press and Kuyt volleyed over at the far post after Degen had flicked on Aquilani's free-kick while Riera was just wide with a 25-yard swerving left-foot shot. Spurs, however, continued to threaten and Hutton's spectacular volley curled around the outside of Reina's right-hand post.

Substitute David Ngog almost secured victory within minutes of coming on when he turned fellow substitute Sebastien Bassong but curled a shot across the face of goal. However, he won a crucial penalty in the first of five minutes of injury time when Bassong brought him down.

Kuyt scored the first effort only to be ordered to re-take by Webb, but the Dutchman held his nerve to send Gomes the wrong way and Liverpool heading in the right direction up the table.

LFC News: Stoke City 1 - 1 Liverpool

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Posted by padLoque Aqmal | Posted in | Posted on Sunday, January 17, 2010

Stoke City 1 - 1 Liverpool
Huth steals point for Stoke

www.soccernet.com

:::Download Highlight:::

Sotirios Kyrgiakos stabs home the opener

Rafael Benitez was denied a victory to lift the intense pressure on him when Stoke grabbed a last-ditch equaliser at the Britannia Stadium.

It was never pretty, but this much-derided Liverpool outfit stood up to be counted in a physical showdown.

And they went ahead when Greek defender Sotirios Kyrgiakos scrambled home his first goal for the club early in the second period of a bitterly contested battle.

But Stoke's relentless aerial assault produced an equaliser from Robert Huth in the 89th minute.

It was a terrible blow for a Liverpool side facing pressure from all quarters, and they were even denied a winner in injury-time when Dirk Kuyt's diving header hit a post.

If under-fire Benitez believes the whole world is against him, he had plenty of evidence to support that theory here.

Benitez made six changes from the side humiliated in the FA Cup in midweek by Reading for a difficult away trip.

Steven Gerrard, Fernando Torres, Yossi Benayoun and Daniel Agger are all injured, while Alberto Aquilani and Diego Cavalieri were dropped to the bench.

Jose Reina, Kyrgiakos, Martin Skrtel, Javier Mascherano, Fabio Aurelio and David Ngog all returned in a side that was dreadfully short of fire-power.

Stoke had Tuncay available after a hamstring scare while Salif Diao came in against his old club, with Liam Lawrence reverting to the bench.

This game was all about Benitez's future. His club are at an all-time low and the vultures are demanding his head.

Liverpool needed to do something to arrest an alarming plunge in form, with the manager and the club's status on the line.

Stoke fans were holding up giant P45s aimed at Benitez as this crucial game started, with Liverpool's fans belting out 'You'll Never Walk Alone' in open defiance of the position their team have got themselves into.

But Liverpool are a nerve-racked team these days, and that showed when Aurelio had the chance to send Mascherano away on his own but tried a ridiculous 40-yard attempt to expose an out-of-position Thomas Sorensen that sailed miles wide.

Liverpool struggled against Rory Delap's long throws from the start, Reina failing to get a positive punch on them, while at the other end the raw Ngog was being left on his own in an uneven battle with Stoke's giant defenders.

Lucas had two efforts blocked from the edge of the box, but too much of Liverpool's possession was wasted with woeful passing.

Stoke, though, always looked dangerous when the ball was in the air, or at Tuncay's feet.

Stoke lost Delap with a groin strain, Lawrence sprinting into the action, and a minute later Abdoulaye Faye also went off with a recurrence of a back problem to be replaced by Andy Wilkinson.

The half's only real flashpoint came when Liverpool had Lucas booked by referee Lee Mason for diving in the box, although replays suggested he was caught by Danny Higginbotham's challenge.

But without their star men, and way short on confidence, Liverpool's attempts to play a passing game constantly disintegrated against a combative Stoke.

The Potters' renowned attritional long ball game is always likely to be successful against any team in such a state and Liverpool constantly looked stretched under the barrage.

Stoke started the second period intent on taking control, and Lawrence saw a 20-yard free-kick deflected wide.

But then Liverpool took a leaf from Stoke's book, going ahead from a free-kick after 57 minutes.

Aurelio curled the ball towards the near post and Sorensen did not gather cleanly under pressure from Kyrgiakos, the Greek defender getting the final touch on the line to score his first goal for the club.

Stoke responded when Tuncay nodded over after Ryan Shawcross flicked on a Diao throw. Stoke replaced Mamady Sidibe with Ricardo Fuller after 66 minutes to freshen up their attack.

Diao was booked for dissent before Fuller tested Reina with a flicked header at the near post after 75 minutes.

Liverpool then sent on new boy Maxi Rodriguez for his first taste of English football after 78 minutes in place of Philipp Degen.

Stoke hurled their big men forward for every corner and Liverpool were forced into desperate defence at times, with Skrtel and Kyrgiakos giving everything.

Liverpool brought on Aquilani for Ngog after 87 minutes, Stoke piling on the pressure now with constant, dangerous set-plays.

And eventually Liverpool cracked. Matthew Etherington's corner was headed back across goal in the 89th minute for Huth to score from close range.

Reina was booked for time wasting but Kuyt's near miss almost provided a final dramatic twist in injury time.

Wira Tunggal Phoenix Episod 373

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Posted by padLoque Aqmal | Posted in | Posted on Saturday, January 16, 2010


Wira Tunggal Final Episod 20

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Posted by padLoque Aqmal | Posted in | Posted on Saturday, January 16, 2010


Tiny Titans #06

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Johan Bolasepak II Volume 9

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Posted by padLoque Aqmal | Posted in | Posted on Saturday, January 16, 2010


Fullmetal Alchemist Volume 14

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Dragon Ball Volume 14

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Wira Tunggal Phoenix Episod 372

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Posted by padLoque Aqmal | Posted in | Posted on Sunday, January 10, 2010


Last Avengers Story

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Posted by padLoque Aqmal | Posted in | Posted on Sunday, January 10, 2010


Johan Bolasepak II Volume 8

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Posted by padLoque Aqmal | Posted in | Posted on Sunday, January 10, 2010


Fullmetal Alchemist Volume 13

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Posted by padLoque Aqmal | Posted in | Posted on Sunday, January 10, 2010


Dragon Ball Volume 13

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Posted by padLoque Aqmal | Posted in | Posted on Sunday, January 10, 2010


Wira Tunggal Phoenix 371

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Posted by padLoque Aqmal | Posted in | Posted on Tuesday, January 05, 2010


Shin Chan Volume 13

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Godspeed - The Kurt Cobain Graphic

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Johan Bolasepak II Volume 7

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Fullmetal Alchemist Volume 12

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Dragon Ball Volume 12

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Detektif Conan Volume 15 File 7-9

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Your Uninstaller! Pro v.7.0.2010.5+Serial

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Posted by padLoque Aqmal | Posted in | Posted on Tuesday, January 05, 2010


We are proud to announce the release of Your Uninstaller! 2010, the award winning uninstaller product on the market. Keeping all the features of previous features, Your Uninstaller! 2010 comes with more amazing features.

Having trouble uninstalling a program? Is your computer getting slower and slower? Get the best uninstaller software - Your Uninstaller! now to Make Your Computer Fast and Clean!

Your Uninstaller! uninstaller software is the industry's leading uninstaller. It comes with SmartUninstall which helps you completely remove applications.

What's New in Your Uninstaller! Pro v7.0:

* This is a major upgrade from Your Uninstaller! 2008 with many improved and new features.
* Greatly improves the scanning speed on searching over system files and registry.
* Supports 64 bit platforms like Windows XP 64 and Windows 7 64.
* Optimized match method to accurately locate unnecessary items.
* Different scan level after uninstall for all users.
* Newly added Uninstall Hunter makes uninstall even easier.
* Fully Windows 7 support.
* Groups all installed programs for clear view.
* Mark programs as "Never Uninstall" to prevent uninstalling important programs accidently.
* Monitors newly installed programs and reports as soon as possible.
* Re-organize features to make them easier to find and use.
* Backs up system state before uninstall so you can restore to an earlier state any time.
* Core level optimization for uninstall performance.
* New "Quick Uninstall" to uninstall some programs with only one click.
* New "Type and Go" feature to uninstall programs by typing a few words.
* Re-designed Startup Manager to work on both 64 bit and 32 bit platforms.
* Re-designed Disk Cleaner for better performance and easier to use.
* Improved Trace Eraser to wipe all surfing information with NON-RECOVERABLE removal.
* Improved loading speed of Start Menu Cleaner.
* New "File Shredder" to permanently destroy secure data.
* New "Windows Tools" to discover more on Windows.
* More advanced options for experts.

* Compatible with: Win98/98SE/Me/2000/XP/Vista and Win7 (32/64-bit)
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Rapidshare Auto Downloader 3.5

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Posted by padLoque Aqmal | Posted in | Posted on Tuesday, January 05, 2010


A software for automatic download of rapidshare links for free users. Rapidshare Auto Downloader is a handy automatic downloader for rapidshare.com users.

Features of ?Rapidshare Auto Downloader?:
- Download a group of links from rapidshare (one by one).
- Download incomplete downloads until all links are downloaded.
- Autoshutdown feature
- Load and save the download list.
- Check for new versions automatically.
- Support of 3 Languages : English , Farsi , French

Requirements:
- NET Framework

What?s New :

Bug-fixes:
- Resolving the internet disconnection freezing problem
- Resolving the problem of setting the status of last downloaded file before shutdown

New Features:
- Adding the ability to move a group of lniks up and down
- Adding the ability to set comment for each link in order to store the zip file password
- Forcing the program to finish the uppder link before going to next link
- Minimizing the application to tray when the window is closed

PC World January 2010

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LFC News: Reading 1 - 1 Liverpool

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Posted by padLoque Aqmal | Posted in | Posted on Sunday, January 03, 2010

Reading 1 - 1 Liverpool
Gerrard rescues Reds

www.soccernet.com

:::Download Highlight:::
1st Half
2nd Half


Grzegorz Rasiak of Reading crosses the ball for Simon Church to score

Steven Gerrard rescued Liverpool again with an equaliser at the Madejski Stadium to earn an FA Cup third-round replay against Reading and avoid an embarrassing defeat.

It was hardly the most influential performance from Gerrard but the Liverpool skipper produced a goal when his side needed it most, as he does so often, meaning the two clubs will meet again at Anfield.

Simon Church had bundled in an opener to give the hosts the scent of an upset but Gerrard levelled before the break for Rafael Benitez's men.

Liverpool had been defeated on their last visit to Reading's stadium, little more than two years ago, but plenty has changed since the days of Steve Coppell's men upsetting the heavyweights in the Premier League.

The Royals head back into Championship action sitting just above the relegation zone in 20th place and there is a feeling of frustration from fans against chairman Sir John Madejski, who is yet to appoint a new manager following Brendan Rodgers' dismissal last month.

Reading chief scout Craig McDermott has been in charge and while survival is the priority, a run in the FA Cup tends to boost confidence. They also had Brian Howard, who scored a famous winner for Barnsley against the Reds in 2008, on the bench after a jaw injury.

Liverpool's season has seen them knocked out of the Champions League and also struggle to keep pace with others teams in the hunt for a top-four place in the Premier League, so the cup has been seen as one of their only genuine chances of success.

With that in mind, Benitez picked a strong team - Gerrard and Fernando Torres started - but they started poorly, not helped by the tricky conditions at Reading's ground, a venue that also hosts rugby games for London Irish.

The hosts had the ball in the net when Jobi McAnuff met Pepe Reina's punch but the header was correctly ruled out as Grzegorz Rasiak was offside and also impeded the Liverpool goalkeeper to allow the finish to trickle over the line.

Reading goalkeeper Adam Federici was fortunate to escape further punishment when he handled outside the penalty area, claiming a ball Gerrard pushed through to Fabio Aurelio. Martin Atkinson only awarding a free-kick.

The West Yorkshire referee was also lenient when he turned down a Reading appeal for a penalty when Martin Skrtel tugged on Gylfi Sigurdsson's shirt, but Emiliano Insua finally went in the book when he fouled McAnuff on the right flank.

That led to Church's strike. Ryan Bertrand swung over the deep free-kick to the far post, with most Liverpool players expecting the ball to drift out of play.

They did not count on Rasiak darting around Lucas Leiva and pulling the ball back from the byline. Church used his shins to tap in from close range for his fifth goal of the season.

Liverpool looked to Torres to get them back in the game and the Spain striker headed just wide when Dirk Kuyt crossed from the right channel.

It was their other talisman, Gerrard, who grabbed the equaliser. The midfielder picked the ball up 25 yards from goal and shaped to cross, with Kuyt stepping over the delivery to fool Federici.

Gerrard sent Torres through before the break and Federici spread himself well to block the finish, and Aurelio also drilled wide when sent through.

Reading's disgruntled fans spotted their former manager on his duties as a pundit and chanted "we want our Coppell back", as they hope for a return to the days of success.

The club have been in freefall since relegation from the top flight two seasons ago and the likes of Kevin Doyle and Stephen Hunt have been sold - but at least the current players were not giving up. Sigurdsson unleashed a swerving shot that required a decent Reina save.

Torres had threatened just after the break when he went just over the crossbar from the edge of the area.

Federici appeared to pull a hamstring midway through the second half, so Ben Hamer came off the bench and saved on the line from Alberto Aquilani before the end. Torres headed just over in stoppage-time.
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