Chelsea vs Liverpool (1-2)
Liverpool created it six wins from six with a 2-1 triumph at Chelsea, who are still while not a home win within the Premier League this season.
Frank Lampard’s men did not contain the ECU champions, who benefited from 2 first-half injuries to a Chelsea defense that ne’er looked comfy.
Trent Alexander-Arnold scored a thunderbolt before Roberto Firmino rose unmarked to double Liverpool’s lead and there was no manner back for Chelsea.
Injuries to Emerson Palmieri and Andreas Christensen combined Lampard’s woes.
Whereas vis-a-vis Jurgen Klopp enjoyed a problem-free afternoon as he became the primary city manager to win three times at Stamford Bridge within the Premier League.
Willian had a penalty charm turned down when seven minutes when Vergil van Dijk perceived to bundle him over while not touching the ball.
The referee blew his whistle while not hesitation once Christensen brought down Sadio Mane and Mohamed salat used the free-kick to tee up Alexander-Arnold for a thunderous 20-yard shot into the highest right corner.
Cesar Azpilicueta thought he had equal from close-range twelve minutes later.
However, his effort was dominated out for offsides and city promptly doubled their lead, Andy Robertson’s curling free-kick finding Firmino to move home.
Chelsea, who had already lost Emerson to a thigh injury, saw Christensen limp off with a knee downside to cap a torrid half. However, Kepa prevented additional misery for Lampard once he saved well from Firmino when the interval.
With Tammy patriarch misfiring, the hosts’ most potent offensive threat came from Kante who weaved his thanks to the sting of the box before evaluation with a deft end when seventy-one minutes.
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