Liverpool came away with a draw from their last 32 Europa League clash with Sparta Prague in the Czech Republic.
The game was one to forget as both sides failed to produce many clear cut chances.
Liverpool began the game positively with some good passing moves, which was all you can say about the first half, with neither side threatening the opposition’s goal.
Liverpool boss Kenny Dalglish would have been hoping for a bit of creativity from the returning Joe Cole; however the second half began pretty much the same way the first half ended.
Liverpool had a lot of the ball, but looked content with playing across their defence with short passes and no creativity whatsoever, almost resembling the relegation threatened Liverpool of weeks gone by.
Dalglish got his tactics spot on when Liverpool travelled to Stamford Bridge two weekends back, but his decision to play David N’Gog up front on his own tonight did not prove too successful.
The second half proved to be as dull as the first, with Liverpool not showing any ambition to go on an win the game.
Considering Manchester City could only manage a draw against a poor Greek outfit last night, a draw would not be the worst result in the world for Liverpool.
And that is exactly what they got, a draw.
On the night where King Kenny made his Liverpool comeback in European action, he will want to forget about this game the minute he steps on the plane home.
However, a result in Anfield for Liverpool in the return fixture and this dire draw will not be a bad result at all.
The Liverpool revolution continues.