LUIS CARROLL; Andy's in Wonderland Now He's Earnt His Starting Place Alongside Suarez

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LUIS CARROLL; Andy's in Wonderland Now He's Earnt His Starting Place Alongside Suarez


Byline: JAMES NURSEY

PREMIER LEAGUE: WEST BROM 0 LIVERPOOL 2

WEST BROM: Foster 6, Reid 7, McAuley 7, Olsson 7, Jones 7, Thomas 6, Scharner 6 (Morrison 58, 6), Mulumbu 6 (Dorrans 63, 6), Brunt 7, Tchoyi 6 (Cox 71, 6), Odemwingie 6

LIVERPOOL: Reina 6, Johnson 7, Agger 6, Skrtel 6, Enrique 7, Henderson 6, Adam 7, Lucas 7, Downing 7, Suarez 9 (Bellamy 82, 6), Carroll 6 Goals: Adam (pen) 9, Carroll 45 REFEREE: Lee Mason ATTENDANCE: 25,522

ANDY CARROLL insists he now deserves to keep his Liverpool place as his strike partnership with Luis Suarez is really starting to take off.

Carroll, 22, has endured a tough time at Anfield since his pounds 35million record move from Newcastle in January.

He has struggled for form and fitness and lost his England place after managing just two goals for the Reds last term.

But Carroll has now started in back-to-back victories for Kenny Dalglish's team.

The Geordie and his team-mate Suarez, 24, were far too hot for West Brom to handle at The Hawthorns.

Carroll bagged his second goal in four appearances to enhance his starting claims after being teed up by man-of-the-match Suarez.

He said: "Luis is a great player, he works hard for the team so it is nice to have him up top with me - it makes it a lot easier.

"He makes chances and can score goals himself so he is a great player himself. He can drop off and get the ball to his feet to dribble with it and slip people in.

"We are playing well together at the minute and hope it will carry on. I must admit I have been disappointed to be on the bench. "I have been working hard to get my place and I think I have earned it. I played well last week and getting a goal as well this weekend was even better."

Carroll's improved form is a huge boost for boss Dalglish, whose side have now not lost in seven matches.

Liverpool coped well without influential duo Steven Gerrard and Jamie Carragher to keep only their third clean sheet of the season.

And Suarez underlined his growing reputation with another supershow which really merited a goal.

But he won the visitors' disputed penalty when the assistant referee flagged for clumsy foul on him by Jerome Thomas. …

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