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Kenny Dalglish likely told Jamie Carragher to help win the game Wednesday -- by any means necessary. The LFC vice-captain obliged by unsettling Samir Nasri in a confrontation that earned both players a yellow card late in the game. Carragher only took the field in the 79th minute, as LFC was clinging to a 1-0 lead. City had been applying attacking pressure and creating scoring chances for much of the second half. Nasri was at the heart of much of the hosts' positive play. The French attacker came on for the injured Mario Balotelli in the 38th minute. His announced...
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