Chelsea 1 Liverpool 1: Sturridge stunner rescues point

Brenda Watkins
September 30, 2018

Set himself very well to save low against Sadio Mane in the second-half.

There's still a lot of time left for somebody to beat this goal, but for now, it's the best we've seen in the Premier League this season.

Liverpool face a hard test when they visit Napoli in the Champions League on Wednesday, and it does not get much easier at the end of the week, when champions and new leaders Manchester City travel to Anfield.

Just like the two protagonists at Anfield, Maurizio Sarri's men remain unbeaten in the league this season and they are gathering momentum with each positive result. "A good football team creates chances".

Liverpool earned a point courtesy of Daniel Sturridge's brilliant goal.

Chelsea fans have made it quite clear how much the brilliant Belgian Eden Hazard means to them by taking to praise the player's whose goal was the difference between the two sides for most of the match today, with the spoils ultimately shared thanks to Daniel Sturridge's stunner for the visitors. Unlike Alexander Arnold and Robertson Alonso was diligent in making sure he blocked off the spaces in the channels from which Salah would hope to get in behind the Chelsea defence.

Jorginho has been an exceptional addition but Kovacic, on loan from Real Madrid, has quietly improved the team and he is not short on big-game experience.

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The Reds' attacking verve has yet to truly click this season, and Klopp admits he wishes his side could be more clinical, although he isn't overly concerned just yet.

David Luiz (8.5/10): Started the game very casually, making a couple of terrible passes to allow Liverpool pile up the pressure on the home team.

Asked if he could stay at Chelsea for his whole career, Hazard replied: "Yes".

Jurgen Klopp has played down his decision to substitute Mohamed Salah against Chelsea, though admits the winger was not in top form.

- Chelsea's Eden Hazard is the Premier League's top scorer this season with six goals - he has scored those six goals from just nine shots on target.

Victor Moses - 6, a good outlet on the counter, as he never ceased to run with the ball but as was the case one Wednesday he didn't display enough cutting edge.

He has seven goals in all competitions for the Blues this term.

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