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  Saturday, 8 February, 2003, 12:10 GMT
All-square at Anfield
Liverpool 1-1 Middlesbrough

El Hadji Diouf of Liverpool turns past David Murphy of Middlesbrough
Liverpool have the better of the early stages with El Hadji Diouf, Michael Owen and Emile Heskey all starting

Liverpool's Danny Murphy is sandwiched between Geremi and Chris Riggott
Danny Murphy is kept in check by Geremi and Boro new-boy Chris Riggott who makes his debut

Phil Thompson and Steve McClaren instruct form the sidelines
Phil Thompson, standing in for Gerard Houllier who is absent with illness, urges Liverpool forward

Geremi takes the congratulations after scoring the opening goal for Middlesbrough
Boro end their away goal drought as Geremi curls home a magnificent free-kick giving them an unexpected lead

John Arne Riise of Liverpool celebrates his equaliser
Liverpool toil in front of goal but John Arne Riise fires them level with a close range effort on 73 minutes

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