Liverpool v Middlesbrough, 23 September 2014

Score2-2 :: penalties 14-13 to Liverpool
RefereeMichael Jones
CompetitionLeague Cup 3rd round
VenueAnfield
Attendance41,857
Liverpool won 14-13 on penalties. After extra time - 1-1 at 90 minutes. The penalty shoot-out equalled the record for the highest-ever score in English senior competitions. Dagenham & Redbridge beat Leyton Orient by the same scoreline in the Johnstone's Paint Trophy on 7 September 2011. After Liverpool's fifth kick by Raheem Sterling was saved, there was an unbroken run of 20 successful penalties. Kick-off: 7.45pm

2 (14) Liverpool

Manager: Brendan Rogers

2 (13) Middlesbrough

Manager: Aitor Karanka

Goals:

Jordan Rossiter 10 G
Suso 109 G

Goals:

Adam Reach 62 G
Patrick Bamford penalty 120 P

Starting lineup:

Goalkeeper Simon Mignolet
Defender Javi Manquillo
Defender Mamadou Sakho
Defender/Midfielder Lucas Leiva
Defender/Midfielder Kolo Touré
Defender/Left back Jose Enrique
Midfielder Jordan Rossiter
Midfielder/Forward Adam Lallana
Midfielder/Forward Rickie Lambert
Midfielder/Forward Lazar Markovic
Midfielder/Forward Raheem Sterling

Starting lineup:

Goalkeeper Jamal Blackman
Defender Kenneth Omeruo
Defender/Centre back Daniel Ayala
Defender/Midfielder Ryan Fredericks
Defender/Midfielder George Friend
Defender/Midfielder Adam Reach
Midfielder Albert Adomah
Midfielder Adam Clayton
Midfielder Grant Leadbitter
Midfielder/Forward Lee Tomlin
Forward Kike

Substitutions:

Mario Balotelli for Rickie Lambert 74
Jordan M Williams for Jordan Rossiter 79
Suso for Lazar Markovic 98

Substitutions:

Yanic Wildschut for Kike 76
Patrick Bamford for Grant Leadbitter 112
Jelle Vossen for Lee Tomlin 112

Cards:

Mamadou Sakho 61 Y

Cards:

Kenneth Omeruo 57 Y
Adam Reach 106 Y

On the bench:

Goalkeeper Brad Jones
Defender Alberto Moreno
Defender/Centre back Martin Škrtel
Midfielder Suso
Forward Mario Balotelli
Forward Fabio Borini

On the bench:

Defender Ben Gibson
Defender James Husband
Defender/Midfielder/Forward Emilio Nsué
Midfielder/Forward Patrick Bamford
Forward Jelle Vossen
Forward Yanic Wildschut

Comments:

Penalty shoot-out details (Liverpool went first) 1 - Mario Balotelli [scored] 2 - Lucas Leiva [scored] 3 - Adam Lallana [scored] 4 - Suso [scored] 5 - Raheem Sterling [saved] 6 - Jordan Williams [scored] 7 - Kolo Toure [scored] 8 - Mamadou Sakho [scored] 9 - Javi Manquillo [scored] 10 - Jose Enrique [scored] 11 - Simon Mignolet [scored] 12 - Mario Balotelli [scored] 13 - Lucas Leiva [scored] 14 - Adam Lallana [scored] 15 - Suso [scored] On his debut, at 17 years and 183 days, Jordan Rossiter became Liverpool's second youngest-ever goalscorer in senior competitions. Michael Owen was 17 years and 144 days when he netted his maiden Reds goal against Wimbledon on 6 May 1997.

Comments:

Penalty shoot-out details (Middlesbrough went second) 1 - Patrick Bamford [saved] 2 - Adam Clayton [scored] 3 - Adam Reach [scored] 4 - Albert Adomah [scored] 5 - Jelle Vossen [scored] 6 - George Friend [scored] 7 - Daniel Ayala [scored] 8 - Ryan Fredericks [scored] 9 - Kenneth Omeruo [scored] 10 - Yanic Wildschut [scored] 11 - Jamal Blackman [scored] 12 - Patrick Bamford [scored] 13 - Adam Clayton [scored] 14 - Adam Reach [scored] 15 - Albert Adomah [missed]