Swansea vs. Liverpool: 6 Things We Learned

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Swansea vs. Liverpool: 6 Things We Learned
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Arguably the best game of the Premier League season so far ended with Swansea City becoming the first team to take a point off Liverpool in the campaign.

Following wins over Stoke City, Aston Villa and Manchester United, the Reds had to settle for a draw in a pulsating game which was dominated by the influence of a man they sold to the Swans in the summer.

Jonjo Shelvey was everywhere at the Liberty Stadium, firstly in bundling his way through the Reds defence to put his side ahead less than two minutes in, before his disastrous back-pass allowed Daniel Sturridge in to continue his 100 percent goalscoring record in Premier League games this season as he made it four goals in four.

A misplaced pass from Shelvey to Victor Moses then resulted in the Liverpool debutant's superb run and shot into the bottom corner as the Reds took the lead before the break, only for Shelvey's flick-on to be turned in by Michu for Swansea's leveller midway through the second half.

A draw was surely a fair result following a pulsating 90 minutes, and here are six things that can be taken away from the game.

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