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LIV 2-2 MNC: The excellent displays of Salah and DeBruyne should serve as an 'eye opener' to Chelsea

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Liverpool played 2-2 with Manchester City at Anfield Stadium today. These two clubs are the main contenders of 2021/2022 EPL trophy, both teams performed very well although Manchester City showed a bit of class.

Mo Salah and Kevin De Bruyne were the best players for both teams. These two players also contributed to goals in the game.

Mo Salah scored for Liverpool at the 76th minute after assisting Sadio Mane's goal. Kevin De Bruyne himself scored for Manchester City at the 81st minute when the team was 2-1 down.

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These two players were once in Chelsea, the blues allowed them to go due to some reasons. The excellence of these two players should really serve as an 'eye opener' to Chelsea.

They sold these two players at an early stage of the career instead of giving them time to mature. Chelsea have always made this mistake, they sell player at an early age and then buy them back when the players have fully matured. Romelu Lukaku is an example, the blues sold him out to Everton on a fee of €28m and bought him back with €115m.

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Kevin De Bruyne and Mo Salah have turned out to become the best EPL players now. They are also world-class players ,this is because they have remained consistent in their displays.

Chelsea also sold their best academy player(Tino Livramento). This youngster played against the blues and caused a penalty which made James Ward-prowse to cancel Eduoard Mendy's cleansheet.

Chelsea are currently on the league table, they won their last game against Southampton. Trevor Chalobah scored the opener at the 9th minute of the game, Timo Werner and Ben Chilwell also scored at the late minutes of the second half.

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