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Sunday, 29 April 2007


Mark Platt 29 April 2007
John Arne Riise has emphasised the need for an early goal at Anfield on Tuesday when Liverpool aim to overturn a one goal deficit in the Champions League semi-final second leg against Chelsea.
But on what is bound to be a highly-charged night he's also pleading for patience.

"We know we're going to have to score and it would help if we can get an early goal," said Riise, a member survivor from the side that dumped the Londoners out of the competition at the same stage in 2005.

"We didn't create many chances on Tuesday, but we performed better in the second half and at home we know we can get forward and score goals.

"We need a good start. If we get that, with the crowd behind us, it means it could be game on. It's also important to be patient and be careful to give nothing away.

"Two years ago it was unbelievable and it can be the same again."

Riise thinks Didier Drogba is Chelsea's main danger-man but backed Liverpool's strikers to pose an equal threat at the opposite end.

"Drogba is a very good player. He's as strong as a bull, he works hard and he scores goals. It's very difficult to play against him," added the Norwegian.

"He didn't have many chances on Wednesday, but played his part in the goal.

"But our strikers are capable of producing a similar level of performance if we can create enough chances for them. Usually we always get chances at home and we'll have to put them away.

"I don't care if it's strikers, midfielders or defenders, all of us can score goals and we'll work together to do that."

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