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DATE: 31 March 2007
OCCASION:Premier League match
SIGNIFICANCE: The sticklike striker may have had a slow start to his Anfield career, but he became a Kop favourite when he hit his stride, finishing top scorer in 2006-07 with a total of 24 goals across all competitions. Against a struggling Arsenal side, Crouchy shot home right-footed as early as the fourth minute from Alvaro Arbeloa’s pinged cross...
SCORE: Liverpool 4-1 Arsenal
SCORERS: Liverpool: Crouch (4, 35, 81), Agger (60). Arsenal: Gallas (73)
WHAT HAPPENED NEXT? This towering header from Fabio Aurelio’s delivery. And, finally, a cool shuffle and left-footed drive inside the box completed a perfect hat-trick. Crouchy’s goals proved vital at the end of the season as the Reds pipped Arsenal to third by just two goals.
Liverpool: Reina, Arbeloa, Carragher, Agger, Aurelio, Pennant, Alonso, Mascherano (Riise 82), Gonzalez (Zenden 69), Gerrard (Kuyt 56), Crouch
Arsenal: Lehmann, Eboue (Hoyte 82), Toure, Gallas, Clichy, Hleb, Fabregas, Diaby (Rosicky 65), Denilson, Baptista (Ljungberg 65), Adebayor
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