Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard put more than two months of frustration behind him to score on his first start since October as his side beat Oldham 5-1 in the third round of the FA Cup.
After three substitute appearances following recovery from an ankle infection the 31-year-old finally reclaimed his place in the team and expertly dispatched the penalty which put his side into a lead they did not surrender despite a valiant effort from their League One opponents.
Gerrard did the same thing back in October when, on his first start after six months out after a groin operation, he scored against Manchester United.
There were also goals for Craig Bellamy, Jonjo Shelvey, Andy Carroll and Stewart Downing.
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