Liverpool escape with draw at Exeter
http://www.officialbullsonlineshop.com/Authentic-Richard-Hamilton-JerseyLeague Two Exeter were denied a memorable FA Cup upset as a barely recognisable Liverpool side came from behind to force a third-round replay. Reds boss Jurgen Klopp had made 11 changes and his side fell behind early on when Tom Nichols poked in. Jerome Sinclair equalised with a low finish but the hosts retook the lead when goalkeeper Adam Bogdan conceded direct from a Lee Holmes corner. With time running out, Brad Smith rescued Liverpool with a neat finish. The replay at Anfield means Exeter are set for a cash windfall, with Sporting Intelligence estimating it will be worth about 700,000 to the Devon club. Read about how the game unfolded Klopp's gamble almost proves costlyJoakim Noah Youth JerseyLiverpool have been hit hard by injuries this season, with enough first team players on the sidelines to make up an alternative starting XI. Consequently, Reds boss Klopp made wholesale changes for Friday's game, with just three players boasting more than four first-team appearances. A number of those included in the side had been recalled from loan spells elsewhere, including midfielder Kevin Stewart, whose spell at League One Swindon was ended just a few hours before the Exeter clash. Stewart, defender Tiago Ilori and winger Ryan Kent were making their first-team debuts for the club, and the team's lack of any significant time playing together was immediately evident. They lacked cohesion, with Sinclair's goal their only effort of note in a first half Exeter edged, and as the game wore on the home side grew in confidence. Klopp's gamble looked to have failed until Smith took advantage of a tiring Exeter to spare his manager's blushes, but the German has previously complained about his side's busy fixture schedule and the draw has added another game to that. Bogdan's blunderSergio Romo Authentic JerseyIt has been a season to forget for Bogdan so far. The Hungarian keeper made his Premier League debut against Watford on 20 December when number one Simon Mignolet was injured, but made the headlines for the wrong reasons when he dropped the ball from a corner to allow the Hornets to score. Against Exeter, it was once again a corner that caught Bogdan out. With the game approaching half-time, Holmes swung the ball in and it dipped under the crossbar as a perplexed, out-of-position Bogdan flapped meekly at it with an Exeter player in close attention. Match of the Day co-commentator Danny Murphy was not impressed: "Unbelievable. The keeper has to be stronger - you can't be bullied by a striker. You're stronger than him and he's weaker than you." Excellent Exeterhttp://www.officialsanfranciscogiantsshops.com/WOMENS-WILL-CLARK-JERSEY.htmlExeter are 16th in League Two and went into the game on the back of four successive defeats, but they clearly sensed the opportunity to cause an upset from the start. They took the game to Liverpool, pushing their players forward at every opportunity and were good value for their ninth-minute lead. Even after Liverpool's equaliser Exeter did not alter their approach to their game. Instead it was their opponents who rarely progressed beyond the halfway line. After Holmes caught out Bogdan to restore Exeter's lead, it looked like the hosts were on course for a famous FA Cup upset. Ultimately, their exertions took their toll as Smith took advantage of tiring legs, but a replay at Anfield is the least they deserved for a determined display.