Football

Carroll seals derby glory for Reds

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Andy Carroll went from zero to hero again on Saturday as Liverpool produced a second-half comeback to beat Everton 2-1 and reach the FA Cup final.

Carroll endured a personal nightmare at Wembley - missing an absolute sitter - but manager Kenny Dalglish was rewarded for sticking with the £35million striker for the second game in succession as he nodded home an 87th-minute winner.

Luis Suarez had earlier cancelled out Nikica Jelavic's first-half opener, with both goals the result of defensive howlers.

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Premier League
Kenny Dalglish
Everton
FA Cup
Luis Suarez
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