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Strikers Raheem Sterling and Daniel Sturridge helped Liverpool begin the post-Luis Suarez era with a 2-1 victory over a new-look Southampton at Anfield Sunday.Rodgers, who said he received a "lovely text message" from Suarez before the game wishing the team well, will be pleased to have seen goals from the two young strikers he named in the starting lineup.Sterling gave the hosts the lead in the 23rd minute after England teammate Jordan Henderson won the ball in midfield and then delivered a perfect, cross field, long through ball which Sterling collected and confidently tucked home.The former Chelsea forward scored 21 goals last season and with his understanding with Sterling, Liverpool have a potency in attack, even without the extra striker that Rodgers says he wants to bring in.
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