Moises Caicedo Derby? Romeo Lavia Derby? whatever you call it We quickly forgot about the off-field drama. When Chelsea and Liverpool meet at Stamford Bridge Sunny bridge on a Sunday afternoon
Always has everything the Premier League is on. The chaos of both teams moment of chaos and unbelievable tension every time either side advances.
Luis Diaz gives Liverpool the perfect start to make Stamford Bridge Bridge was stunned. Colombians caught the end of Mohamed. Salah passes the ball and plugged through Robert Sanchez, a good striker in Chelsea’s goal
Salah then put the ball behind the net for what looked to be 2-0, however, after a lengthy review by the Video Assistant Referee (VAR), the goal was ruled out with Salah slightly offside. It was a real turning point in what turned out to be a mouthwatering race.
Axel Disasi is then ready to step up his game for Chelsea, the 25-year-old, who made his Blues debut after signing from Monaco earlier this month. Demonstrates the level of expectation of a striker and slides the ball past Alisson into the Liverpool goal.
The game has turned, Stamford Bridge is rocking. noisy And it led to what we thought was 2-1 for the Blues. Celebrations followed, but again the goal was ruled out for offside after VAR reviewed the situation.
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The second half was a little quieter. But there were still some tumultuous moments from both sides. Sometimes Chelsea and Liverpool look as if they have forgotten how to defend.
Chelsea use a back three. This shocked many when the team was announced an hour before kick-off. But there are certainly positives from Pochettino’s first game in charge of Chelsea in the Premier League.
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Enzo was not happy.Thitchukwemeka
In the first half, Liverpool might have been the better team. Especially in the early stages of goal creation. The Reds used their infamous pressing to try to squeeze the pitch. And now let the home team go out when playing the ball from behind.
Whenever Liverpool hold the ball in defense Chelsea tried to do the same. Perhaps no one pressed the Blues better than Enzo Fernandez, who played in a more advanced midfield position against the Reds. which allows him to press further on the pitch.
At one point Trent Alexander-Arnold gets the ball. Fernandez raced at Liverpool’s right-back in an attempt to cut his options. And he wants teammate Carney Chukwumega to do the same. However, Chukwumega is not on the same page as Enzo. And that made the Argentinian star very unhappy.
Fernandez yelled at Chukwuemeka, pointing out where he should be. He let Alexander-Arnold hold the ball too long. And then the defender can find a way out with his superb range of passes.
Klopp loses for sure
It was amazing to see the managers, both of whom were so enthusiastic. On the pitch at Stamford Bridge, Pochettino could be seen every moment. Kick every ball down there. While his partner Jürgen Klopp did a similar thing.
At one point, Dominic Zhoboslai pounced on Malo Gusto in front of Klopp. and ended up turning his back on Szoboszlai.
The two then got into a bit of a skirmish, which sent Gusto to the ground in front of Klopp. LCS free kick making Klopp furious
At first, the German put his head in his hands. He then crouched down with his back to the field, after which he could be heard yelling at Taylor to let the referee know his position on the matter. not a happy man
Boehly headed through the tunnel.
As things calmed down after the game, Todd Boehly walked onto the pitch as all the supporters left the pitch. Chelsea’s co-owners then walked down the tunnel. probably going to greet the players in the changing room
This isn’t new to Boehly, in fact. The Americans did it several times last season when Graham Potter and Frank Lampard in charge Back then, he was reportedly dissatisfied with what he saw.
It may – and should – be very different this time around. What Boehly sees from his Chelsea squad is a good and dynamic performance. Considering it was Pochettino’s first game in charge, there was a lot of good things to think about and a lot to build on.
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