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The Reunion 2012 - Enchong Dee, Xian Lim, Enrique Gil, Kean Cipriano

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The Reunion 2012 - Enchong Dee, Xian Lim, Enrique Gil, Kean Cipriano
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EPL: Liverpool goes five clear in Premier League title race

Raheem Sterling of Liverpool. Phil Noble / Reuters

Liverpool took a giant step towards their first title in 24 years with a 3-2 win at a plucky Norwich City on Sunday, opening up a five-point lead over second-placed Chelsea with three matches remaining.

Two goals by Raheem Sterling and Luis Suarez's 30th league strike of the season helped them to their 11th consecutive Premier League victory and ensured them a top four finish and qualification for next season's Champions League, the first time they have reached Europe's elite club competition since 2009-10.

They moved to 80 points, five ahead of Chelsea who suffered a shock 2-1 defeat by last-placed Sunderland on Saturday, while third-placed Manchester City, on 71 points and with two matches in hand, play West Bromwich Albion on Monday (early Sunday, PHL time).

Norwich, who remain mired in the relegation battle in 17th place, two points above Cardiff City and Fulham and three ahead of Sunderland, failed to roll over for their higher placed opponents.

After Gary Hooper had scored for Norwich early in the second half, Robert Snodgrass's 77th minute goal ensured a nervy finish for the visitors who had appeared to be heading for a comfortable win at 3-1 up.

Liverpool has not finished top since 1990, two years before the Premier League began, and they can put themselves on the brink of ending that drought when they meet Chelsea at Anfield next Sunday.

Suarez, who now has 12 league goal in five matches against Norwich, refused to get carried away with their position.

"In football you never know what can happen," the Uruguayan told Sky Sports.

"We keep calm and focus on next game. Of course we happy, at the start of the season our target was for the top four."

Fast start

Liverpool made a typically fast start at Carrow Road, with Sterling putting the Reds ahead after four minutes when he received the ball from Suarez, shifted right and unleashed a shot from outside the box that grazed Michael Turner, giving John Ruddy no chance.

Hooper headed over from close range, but with Liverpool's constant movement creating plenty of openings it was little surprise when they doubled their advantage with 11 minutes gone.

Jon Flanagan released Sterling down the left, with the 19-year-old sending in a low cross that evaded the defense, allowing Suarez to open his body and place the ball inside the far post, becoming the first Liverpool player since Ian Rush in 1986-87 to score 30 league goals in a season.

He is now just two shy of equalling the Premier League 38-game season record held by Alan Shearer and Cristiano Ronaldo.

To their credit Norwich, who have now lost four straight matches, did not buckle, with Hooper being denied by Joe Allen and Nathan Redmond stinging the palms of Simon Mignolet.

The hosts continued to press after the break, with Hooper finding the back of the net early in the second half when Mignolet failed to deal with a high cross under pressure from Bradley Johnson, the ball falling to the former Celtic striker in front of an open goal for his first goal since late December.

Sterling restored Liverpool's two-goal buffer, his mazy run ending with a shot that went over Ruddy via Johnson, but Liverpool faced a nervous last 13 minutes when Flanagan was beaten by Snodgrass to a cross to trim the lead once again.

Norwich face Manchester United, Chelsea and Arsenal in their final three matches, but manager Neil Adams, who replaced Chris Hughton earlier in the month, said Sunday's performance gave him hope they would avoid the drop.

"We had a belief we could go and do something against the top sides," he said.

"We've got three big games left and that second half performance is what we need."

Also on Sunday, Hull City and Arsenal meet in a FA Cup final dress-rehearsal, while David Moyes returns to Everton with new club Manchester United. - Reuters

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