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Liverpool: Remembering the 2011-12 EPL Season (Game 17/38)

WIGAN, ENGLAND - DECEMBER 21:  Luis Suarez of Liverpool lies grounded during the Barclays Premier League match between Wigan Athletic and Liverpool at the DW Stadium on December 21, 2011 in Wigan, England.  (Photo by Michael Steele/Getty Images)
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Michael KohCorrespondent IIIDecember 11, 2016

Liverpool's form started to look up as they had won away against Aston Villa. They played another away match against Wigan Athletic at the DW in a cold December night. 

This game was the start of a nightmare for penalty takers for Liverpool. Charlie Adam missed from the spot five minutes after the second half started after Gary Caldwell was judged to have handled the ball. 

Wigan's goalkeeper Al-Habsi stood firm against the barrage of shots that peppered his goal.

It was the same on the other end, where Pepe Reina made some fantastic saves.

Unfortunately for the Reds, the game ended level, adding some uncertainty (and perhaps foreshadowing) to the beginning of a run that all fans want to forget.

 

Stay tuned for tomorrow's game recap: Liverpool: Remembering the 2011-12 EPL Season (Game 18/38)

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