Adam keen to remain on penalty duty

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Midfielder Charlie Adam has no qualms about taking Liverpool's next penalty despite squandering the spot-kick which saw his side lose ground on the Barclays Premier League's top five.

Having created a number of chances against Wigan on Wednesday night, Gary Caldwell's handball gave the Reds the perfect opportunity to break the deadlock just after half-time.

But Liverpool's penalty curse continued as Adam, who has scored the team's only effort from 12 yards at West Brom in October, made it four failures in five attempts with goalkeeper Ali Al Habsi saving. "I never thought I made a good connection with the penalty and the keeper made a good save but I'm disappointed I didn't score," Adam said.

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Charlie Adam
West Bromwich Albion
Gary Caldwell
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Wigan Athletic
Ali Al Habsi

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