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Meet The Only Two Teams In This Season EPL That Have Identical Score Line In Last Five Matches

The week 5 of the English premier league was entertaining as Chelsea defeated Tottenham Hotspurs by 3-0 while Liverpool also maintained the same score line. Manchester United dramatic win against West Ham United was the talk of the week after several controversial decisions by the VAR.

Chelsea continues to impress under Thomas Tuchel this season after defeating their London rivals Tottenham Hotspurs by 2:0.

Thomas Tuchel made few changes in his starting line up with Thiago Silva and Kepa Arrizablaga. It was an entertaining first half performance from both sides but the blues through Ngolo Kante showed superiority in the Second half of the game.

A superb header from Thiago Silva gave Chelsea the opening Goal in the 49th minutes of the game. Thomas Tuchel's brilliance to introduce Ngolo Kante changed added to Chelsea's attacking threat and also subdued Tottenham Hotspurs threat at the attack.

Ngolo Kante made it 2:0 to Chelsea in the 57th of the game through a deflected shot. The French international missed the starting line up due to Injury and his second half performance for Chelsea was a top class performance.

Timo Werner could have sealed the victory for Chelsea but missed 2 clear cut chances before setting up Anthonio Rudiger for the last goal of the match in the 90+2 minutes of the game.

On Saturday week 5 EPL fixtures, Liverpool defeated Crystal Palace by 3:0 at Anfield Stadium. It was a top class performance from Jurgen Klopp's team as they continues to impress this season.

Let's take a look at the only two clubs in this season English premier league that have Identical Score Line in their last 5 English Premier League games.

Chelsea Vs Liverpool Head To Head Games This Season

Week 1

Chelsea started their started their week 1 of the 2021/2022 campaign against Crystal Palace with a convincing victory that earn the blues 3 goals and a clean sheet.

It was an entertaining match between the two teams but the blues showed class against Vieira's boys.

Liverpool started their 2021/2022 English premier league campaign with an outstanding performance against Norwich City.

Jurgen Klopp's boys defeated Norwich by 3:0 to maintain the same score line with Chelsea.

Week 2

Chelsea player their first London Derby against Arsenal away from home. Mikel Arteta's boys lost to Chelsea by 2:0 at Emirate Stadium.

Chelsea looks unstoppable against Arsenal and goals from Lukaku and Reece James gave Chelsea the total three points.

Jurgen Klopp's boys maintained the same score line with Chelsea after defeating Burnley by 2:0. It was a brilliant performance from Jurgen Klopp's team after revenging their last season defeat to Burnley.

Week 3

Liverpool and hosted Chelsea at Anfield stadium and it was an entertaining match between the two teams. Chelsea started the game on high notes and scored the opening goal of the match through Kai Havartz.

Mohamed Salah's penalty gave Liverpool the equalizing goal in the last minute of the first half.

Week 4

Liverpool defeated Leeds United by 3:0 in the week 4 of the English premier league. Mohamed Salah scored his 4th league goal of the season and also how 100th Premier League goal.

Chelsea defeated Aston Villa with the seam score line at Stamford Bridge. It was an entertaining match between the two teams but goals from Kovacic, and Lukaku gave Chelsea the victory.

Week 5

Liverpool defeated Crystal Palace on Saturday week 5 fixtures by 3:0. It was an entertaining match between the two teams but Crystal Palace could not break Liverpool's defense.

Chelsea defeated Tottenham Hotspurs by 3:0 to maintain the same score line with Liverpool. 3 superb goals from Thiago Silva, Ngolo Kante and Anthonio Rudiger gave Chelsea the victory.

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