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"Liverpool legend Kevin Keegan was pleased with Liverpool´s victory over West Brom yesterday, and after the game, he - like everyone else - was singing the praises of Luis Suarez, who was once again voted man-of-the-match.

Liverpool barely had to break sweat to beat a very poor West Brom side, but the team couldn´t turn their dominance into more goals, something that Keegan believes might be a concern for Liverpool manager Kenny Dalglish:

"It was never a game today. From the first minute onwards, they [Liverpool] totally dominated the match. The only thing that will annoy Kenny Dalglish slightly is that they didn´t score more goals, and improve the goal difference".

Luis Suarez was once again instrumental in everything Liverpool did, and played a huge part of both of the goals. Keegan enthused:

"It´s like they´re an orchestra; everyone´s got instruments and they can play them, but Suarez has the baton, and he´s making the tunes.

"Wherever they go, he´s creating space where there isn´t any and chances where you don´t think there is a chance.

"The only thing at the moment is he´s missing more than he´s scoring, but he will score goals; he has scored goals; his goal record is really good. He´s a wonderful addition to the Premier League".

Roy Hodgson was unhappy with the penalty decision, and in his post-match interviews, he was adamant the decision shouldn´t have been given. Keegan was in no doubt that the referee got it right, but he had some sympathy with Hodgson´s view:

"When you see the slow motion, it´s just poor defending from the forward, who made a rash challenge. Technically, it was a penalty.

"You don´t mind penalties being given away when someone´s through on goal, or they´re going to score, and there´s danger; but there was absolutely no danger, and that´s what will disappoint the West Brom fans; it wasn´t like Liverpool carved them open".
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