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Fernando Torres set a new record for goals scored by a foreign player in a debut Premier League campaign as he helped Liverpool to a 2-0 victory over Tottenham at White Hart Lane.
Two goals in five second half minutes from strikers Andrei Voronin and Torres, who broke former Manchester United forward Ruud van Nistelrooy's 23-goal tally, secured a comfortable win for Liverpool in a classic end of season affair.
Dimitar Berbatov, who is rumoured to be heading for pastures new in the summer, came the closest to opening the scoring in first half...
Fernando Torres yesterday equalled a 46 year old record of a Liverpool player scoring in eight consecutive games at Anfield. The only other player to have done that was the Anfield legend Roger Hunt in 1962.
Torres also equalled the record amount of goals scored in the Premiership in a debut season, previously held by Ruud Van Nistelroy when he first joined Man Utd.
"I knew before the game about the chance to equal Roger Hunt's record and I am very proud to go down in this great club's history," Torres said.
Rafael Benitez, the Liverpool manager, has described Fernando Torres's first season in England as "amazing", however he was warned the Spaniard that he will find life tougher next season.
Torres continued his spectacular form by scoring the only goal of the game as Liverpool beat Manchester City in their final home game of the season on Sunday - to equal Sir Roger Hunt's record of scoring in eight successive home matches. The former Athletico Madrid forward has now scored 32 goals since his summer move from La Liga, and while Benitez has been thrilled by Torres's progress he has...
Initial concerns regarding the fitness of Liverpool striker Fernando Torres will be assuaged by the news that the 24-year-old is not undergoing treatment today after his substitution in last night's Champions League semi-final.
There was notable anxiety at Stamford Bridge among Liverpool coaching staff and fans alike last night when Torres, who had scored in the 65th minute to put Liverpool back on equal terms with Chelsea, was replaced by Ryan Babel with 20 minutes of extra time still to play.