Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers was pleased with the Capital One Cup quarter-final win over Championship side Bournemouth yesterday as his side put in a good first half display and did enough in the second half to qualify for the semi-finals. The Ulsterman revealed in the post-match interview that his side were slowly getting back to their best after a disappointing string of results in the last few months, “It was a tough game coming here. “I know the Championship well enough and I know Eddie [Howe] well enough to know that he produces good footballing teams. “They are a team that has been working very well. So for us to come and dominate and score the goals we did was very pleasing. “Despite the result at Old Trafford, I saw moments in our game that I thought were good [against Manchester United]. We created a lot of chances, so I can certainly see signs of us getting back to where […]
For the past month or so, anything written about the Merseyside club has been has had a negative undertone. Even though this was just a 'Mickey Mouse' cup game, the win can prove to be very important for the team.