Tactically Kenny got it all wrong for me, it seemed as if we were playing for a draw and penalties, too afraid to attack. For 50 minutes we had nothing going for us, Suarez was isolated up top chasing nothing balls and our wide men were ineffective. Pepe was poor for the first goal. It was only when we conceded the second goal that changes were forced upon us and Carroll came on, then we looked like a side who wanted to win.
Returning to the age old, tried and tested "Liverpool way" of hoofball got us back into the match. It wasn't pretty, it wasn't good on the eye, but launching it onto Carroll's head at every opportunity did make us look the more menacing of sides in the second half. Chelsea were unable to cope with the hoof, Chelsea hung on.
As for the non-goal? It wasn't a goal, let's be honest lads. We can open paint up, draw white lines across the goalmouth and erase Cech/the crossbar as much as we like, but the ball did not 100% cross the line.