Raheem Sterling and Daniel Sturridge were both on target for Liverpool as they started the new Premier League season with a nervy 2-1 home victory over Southampton on Sunday. (Manchester United should have given me more time: David Moyes)
Liverpool went ahead with a confident finish from Sterling in the 23rd minute, but were pegged back 11 minutes into the second half when Nathaniel Clyne blasted home. ('Pitch Invader' in Tottenham-West Ham game arrested)
The home side, who were far from their fluent best in their first competitive game following the sale of Luis Suarez to Barcelona, were given a few late scares as Southampton grew in confidence.