The match between Liverpool and Chelsea was evenly poised because both teams had many talented players in their sqaud, though, Chelsea had the best form prior to the match, Liverpool have not been in good for in some of the games that played in the League recently, the absent of Virgil Van Dijk has caused a lot of harm to the backline of Liverpool.
Chelsea got the first goal of the match against Liverpool but some interesting things happened in the match;
Chelsea Goal Ruled Out By VAR
Timo Werner scored the first goal of the game for Chelsea but it was ruled out by VAR because he was offside
Chelsea Scored The First Goal
Mason Mount scored a very beautiful goal to put Chelsea ahead in the dying minutes of the first half, his shot at goal went beyond Arnold and Allison Becker and ended in the back of the net
Liverpool Denied A Penalty
Liverpool were denied the chance to come back in the game when the ball hit the arm of Ngolo Kante in the penalty box, the ball wasn't given as a penalty
Liverpool Cleared The Ball Off The Line
Hakim Ziyech shot at goal was heading to the back of the net but Andy Roberson made a goal line clearence to keep the score at one goal to nil.
Chelsea Won The Match And Moved To Fourth In The League
The victory allowed Chelsea to go above West Ham United and Everton in the League.
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