We actually played some football yesterday, any comments?
I'm not sure about the marking on the corner. At first I also thought it was Carra, but on the replay (from behind the goal) it was clear Agger pointed to Oscar and mouth "I've got him". Now maybe if we were employing a zonal plan of sorts responsibilities changed, but Agger let Oscar run away from him while he stay rooted to the spot not marking anyone. Mind you, if anyone knows how to breakdown and get an advantage over a zonal marking system it has to be Rafa.
On the handball I do agree with you. Who knows if Torres would have got his head on it, but I do think despite Suarez turning his head, it was a deliberate act to prevent Torres getting on the ball. And, like the world cup handball I don't condemn Suarez for conceding a penalty to try and help out his side. However I do think it killed the momentum we had coming out from halftime when we really had a head of steam.
I also agree it was not a bad move to start the Brazilian over Sturridge, but to be honest I think the player who let us down in the first half was Henderson who just did not seem to get a foot on the ball and maintain possession, and I can't remember the number of times he gave the ball away. I've been impressed with Jordan recently, but till Stevie took control of the midfield I think it was Chelsea who dominated much of the play. But I will say despite the fast movement Chelsea enjoyed in the first half, from open play I'm not sure they put Pepe's goal under any significant pressure.
On Suarez I've covered this on other threads but I do tend to agree with you. He's been charged with violent conduct which is appropriate, and as it was a blatant act increasing from the standard 3 match ban may be warranted, however I agree with you the level of violence was mild (although it was weird) compared to other cases of violent conduct we see most weekends, so the final judgement should be measured.