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False start for the new Liverpool

larson new star for sunderland

Liverpool could not begin best season in the PremierLeague.Liverpool started with household against Sunderland (1-1) and have to regret that missed three points, having made ??a lot of gaps, especially in the first half.

Goal for the team of KennyDalglish was made by Luis Suarez.

Uruguayan striker scored with his head in the 12th minute header from detecting a foul onCharlie Adam.

A little earlier Suarez shot over the door of thepenalty awarded against infringement proceedings against him.Sunderland waited his chance and he came in the 57th minute.

Then Swedish winger

Sebastian Larsson with acrobatic shot from the air shot Jose Manuel Reina and bring the point of "black cats".

But as the game wore on, Liverpool faded -- with £20 million signing Jordan Henderson particularly disappointing -- and Swedish international Sebastian Larsson levelled for the visitors with a spectacular volley on 57 minutes.

In other opening round games on Saturday, Bolton gave newly promoted QPR a brutal introduction to life in the top flight with a 4-0 mauling at Loftus Road.

A dismal afternoon for the Londoners -- returning to the Premier League this season after a 15-year absence -- had started when striker DJ Campbell had a goal disallowed for offside early on.

It got worse for Rangers after only five minutes when new signing Kieron Dyer -- aiming to relaunch his career after an injury-prone four-year spell at West Ham -- was stretchered off.

Right on half-time Gary Cahill curled in a 25-yard effort to put Bolton 1-0 up before a second-half own-goal from Rangers' Danny Gabbidon doubled the visitors' advantage.

Late goals from Ivan Klasnic and Fabrice Muamba completed the rout before Clint Hill was sent off for the home side late on to seal a wretched afternoon for Neil Warnock's men.

But there was better news for another of the newly promoted Championship teams as Norwich earned a point with a 1-1 draw at Wigan.

Wigan took the lead with a Ben Watson penalty on 21 minutes after Ritchie de Laet brought down Franco di Santo.

But Norwich got back on level terms on the stroke of half-time.