Shelvey led Swansea for a draw with Liverpool in the Premier League

The spotlights have signed on midfielder Swansea City Jonjo Shelvey when playing against his former club Liverpool in a match ended in a 2-2 draw Liverpool overlies the top of the English Premier League football on Monday evening.
Shelvey scored Swansea's first goal and made the second goal but Liverpool scored twice in the game ends in a draw and leads the championship, one point ahead of Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur.
And the transfer of Sky Sports for Brendan Rodgers Liverpool manager as saying, "I think that the team was very good in the first 65 minutes whether the ball with us or with Swansea."
He added, "We had to show our character after Swansea offers early."
And Shelvey was sold to Swansea for five million pounds (eight million dollars) from Liverpool last July his new team presented two minutes later when he blasted the ball into the net from six meters.
But Daniel Sturridge Liverpool player pounced on a back pass and slotted the ball past goalkeeper Michel form scoring the equalizing goal and his fourth personal goal in four games this season.
Shelvey passed a botched pass after 36 minutes and arrived at the Victor Moses, on loan to Liverpool from Chelsea, which was launched forward and blasted the ball into the box Swansea.
And Shelvey with his head created the ball to Micho forward to realize Swansea equalizer after 64 minutes played, the next Wales to clinch the winning points near the end but the match ended in a draw.
Swansea coach Michael Laudrup Said "our way to change our result into a draw was fantastic. Hard it was in the first half, despite the fact that initially was splendid for us at all."
He added "He scored two goals from Liverpool mistakes but that's part of football ... we have a tie is a good point for us."

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