I continue to fail to understand this idea of Kenny's that we need Bellamy on the left and Downing on the right when both are consistently better on their natural flank. Neither Enrique nor Johnson can cross for sh*t so why play two inverted wingers? After all, the guy providing the most crosses was Henderson, who was supposedly playing in the middle... If this paragraph all makes perfect sense to you, the reader, then you know a lot more about Kenny's "tactics" than I.
I can understand the idea of playing Downing on the right if Maxi is on the left, as the latter has a habit of getting into decent positions in the box, but in all other formations Downing must be on the left.
I would say Kuyt's first half miss was definitely a "genuine chance" as he was one-on-one with the keeper and under no pressure - Nasri scored from much the same position against Wolves, for instance, and all he did different was hit the target. Same for Suarez who hit a ball straight at the keeper when missing him by even a few inches would have scored. The two that hit the bar were in the second half, and in both the keeper was nowhere. So that's at least 4 "genuine chances" by my count.