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Chelsea beat Klopps Liverpool in England

Chelsea beat Klopps Liverpool in England

yOrgan Club and Thomas Tuchel They separated after an exciting exchange of blows between the stars of German coaches without a winner. On Saturday evening, English club Liverpool and Chelsea Chelsea recovered 1-1 (1-1) after an intense match. This means that both top clubs in the Premier League are unbeaten with two successes and one draw. On top of that, Klopp suffered the misfortune of injuries. Ex-Hoffenheim’s Roberto Firmino, who started this season for the first time on Saturday, had to be replaced with a slight limp near the end of the first half.

After the national team Kai Havertz (21) Chelsea advanced with a great header, and Mohamed Salah (45. +5) converted a hand-kick to equalize. In the run-up to the penalty kick, Reece James (45+3) cleared a baffling goal-line scene for the Blues and saw a red card after video evidence. This led to violent protests from Chelsea. Liverpool started more actively at Anfield Road, but the first big chances were to win the Champions League with Havertz and Antonio Rudiger The game started. Timo Werner initially sat on the bench. After a corner kick from James Havertz he carried the ball beautifully into the far corner with the back of his head.

Mason Mount (36th) could have increased it to 2-0, but his shot went right by the gate. With another man, Liverpool ran after the break and pushed Chelsea into their own half. Diogo Jota (51.) headed only in, and eight minutes later Fabinho checked Chelsea goalkeeper Edward Mendy with a long shot. Chelsea were only hoping for a lucky punch, and Mateo Kovacic (84) missed a good chance against Reds goalkeeper Alisson.

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“For the past five minutes I have been praying to God that we get what we deserve,” the Chelsea coach admitted in an interview with the BBC. “We showed great flexibility and deserved the point.” Klopp was not really satisfied on this point. The coach told the BBC: “Everything was positive except for the result. We definitely had to make more use of it. But we have one more point than before, so let’s move on.”

Previously, Manchester City also thanked the national players Ilkay Gundogan Fire the frustration over Cristiano Ronaldo’s massive, failed transfer out of the soul. The England champions beat Arsenal in goalkeeper Bernd Leno’s 100th Premier League appearance, 5-0 (3-0).