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Pasquale a smash hit in Liverpool
by Samuel Charles, October 5th, 2012 12:07AM

TAGS:  europa league, italy, video


[VIDEO PICK: Golazo] Giovanni Pasquale's guided missile sails past Pepe Reina to rave reviews during Udinese's 3-2 win in Europa League play.

Thursday, at Anfield, “Being Liverpool” meant scoring first, scoring last, scoring for the other team, and losing, all in entertaining fashion.

The Serie A team trailed 1-0 when its captain, Antonio Di Natale, tied it 32 seconds into the second half. An own goal off Sebastian Coates’ head gave the visitors the lead, two minutes later, in the 72nd, Pasquale’s grass-hugging laser made it 3-1. Luis Suarez curled in a free kick in the 75th, but it wasn’t enough.

Liverpool’s defense appears mesmerized by Di Natale on Udinese’s third goal. He settles a long pass, does a little juggling and then lays it off for his left back, Pasquale, who's got room to run up and put everything into this one…


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