Dzeko, Hernandez, Suarez - The Savior
November 11, 2012 8:24pm CST
Last weekend saw Manchester United win agains Aston Villa, Manchester City win agains Tottenham, and Chelsea draw agains Liverpool. What I want to highlight in these 3 matches is the savior of these match, Hernandez, Dzeko, and Suarez. These three strikers are well known of their late equaliser/winning goal. The match between United and Villa saw Hernandez score two goals to help United win the game. Another match saw Dzeko's last minute goal give 3 points to City. A goal that give hope to Liverpool to fight back agains Chelsea scored by Suarez. These strikers prove they are the savior for their own club.
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12 Nov 12
I think Dzenko and Hernandez are in the running for the best super-subs in the EPL at this moment. Also at this moment, Suarez is red hot as a striker. The last few weeks he has been scoring goals for fun. So yes currently these are the three saviors for their respective teams. Cheers! Ram
13 Nov 12
A top team should have a squad of top players. Each position should preferably be contested by two or more players. There should not be a very big difference between the starting eleven and the bench. Manchester United and Manchester City are having such qualities in their forward position with four or more choices for their coach to pick to play while Liverpool can only count on Suárez. So it is not surprising that Hernandez and Dzeko got to score goals as they are top quality strikers. With their performance of late, they should be given starting places in their team for their next matches. Perhaps we will see other 'saviors' like Welbeck, or Tevez soon.
12 Nov 12
All three are indeed the saviour for their respective clubs. Only difference, Dzeko and Hernandez are not the first choice and Suarez is the the chief goal getter. Liverpool fans will have plenty to worry about if Suarez is injured. The goals would suddenly dry up and leave the once mighty reds in serious trouble.