Liverpool vs Chelsea: 3 Talking Points From the Game

Kante in Liverpool vs Chelsea

Liverpool offered a goal fiesta when they were destined to lift the Premier League trophy after 30 long years. The new Premier League champions defeated Chelsea 5-3 in an eight-goal thriller.  Jurgen Klopp has successfully made Anfield a fortress, where any team would be daunted to come and play. Naby Keita’s goal was followed by another breathtaking right-footed free-kick from Trent Alexander Arnold. Gini Wijnaldum added to the goal tally just before half-time.

Top-Four Showdown Goes to D-Day

Liverpool vs Chelsea

After 37 games, Manchester United and Chelsea are at 63 points each, whereas Leicester City stands at the 5th position with 62 points. Before the start of the game, the Red Devils slipped against West Ham to 1-1 draw when they had a chance to seal their spot in Champions League with a win.

This result against Liverpool meant that Chelsea would need only a point from their final games against Wolves. Leicester City is required to win their last game of the season as they invite Manchester United. 

Champions are decided, but who will represent PL in Europe’s most elite competition is still to be finalized. Fasten your seatbelts for the last matchday.

Christian Pulisic – Man to Watch Out for Next Season

Christian Pulisic

Many players take a season or two before settling into the life of England. But Christian Pulisic has shown how amazing is he in the debut season only. The man who replaced Eden Hazard has been seen on the bench a few times, but this can be one of the masterstrokes from Frank Lampard as he has helped in the American superstar to settle quickly into the new team. 

Today, he went past four of Liverpool’s men and assisted Tammy Abraham with a delightful cross. It was a mesmerizing display of dribbling skills, and many would have got a hint of Lionel Messi in those tricks. After 10 minutes, he showcased exemplary power by shooting the third goal emphatically for Chelsea and give hope for an extraordinary comeback. With 9 goals and 6 assists in his very first season, big things are coming for the Blues next season.

No Defense Day?

Chelsea Defense

When a game witnesses eight goals, it has to be an exciting match to watch for the fans. But can we hide under the fact that Chelsea’s defense is in shambles? No other side in Premier League has conceded more goals away from home this season. This has to be rectified in the next transfer window for a team looking to challenge for top-four spots or the Premier League title. Also, Frank Lampard’s men have conceded second-most goals this season from corners, and are only behind the relegated side Norwich City. They are investing heavily in attack and getting some serious talents. Right now, it is more important that Frank Lampard get someone at the back who can take real control.


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