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THAT'SMYBOY: John Arne Riise celebrates his pile-driver the last time Liverpool beat Manchester United at An field, while former team-mate Danny Murphy was responsible for inflicting the last league defeat on United
Clarkson, 48, said: "My right index finger looked like a burst sausage, my left shin was fatter than my thigh and my back felt like someone had driven over it with a pile-driver.
The Kirkby schools' goalkeeper, John Hughes, prevented his team going 3-0 down with a magnificent tip on to the crossbar from Joe Peers' pile-driver.
Just before the break, Adam Henson restored the advantage to Washington with a 20-yard pile-driver and after Paul Crager restored parity for a second time, a draw a looked the likely outcome.
David Clarke died when a 50ft tall pile-driver collapsed at Hams Hall, near Tamworth.
But on 68 minutes of the full-back made amends with a pile-driver free-kick that levelled the scores allowing Beckham to complete the turnaround before Robin-ho added a third.
Lomana LuaLua and Jermaine Jenas both missed with first-half headers and substitute Shola Ameobi hit the bar two minutes from time with a left-foot pile-driver, although it took a fine save from Shay Given to prevent Jure Guvo giving the home side a 46th-minute lead.
On the first morning, as at least one passenger nearby was trying to plunge into the opening pages of ``The Milagro Beanfield War,'' the frenzy of the morning aerobics class diffused into the country dance lesson, which gave way to the reggae band with the amplified, pile-driver snare drum.
Matthews made a stunning save to push a Jamie Mulgrew pile-driver onto the bar on 53 minutes and then Patton spurned a good opportunity after Alan Blayney couldn't hold Stephen Shaw's shot.
Robert Hendry thought he had opened the scoring with his pile-driver only to be denied by a reflex save from Anderson.
Last week was wall-to-wall Liverpool from the 1970s, some time in the near future we're told the memorable Everton-Leeds clash from 1974 is scheduled, Mick Lyons' diving header, Steve Sear-geant's 25-yard pile-driver and all.
Bridges found the net twice in the second-half - first from close range and then with a 20-yard pile-driver at the death.