Highlights : Chelsea 1 – 1 Liverpool (Premier League)

Chelsea 1 – 1 Liverpool Football  Highlights  
(Premier League ) 
Venue : Stanford Bridge
Eden Hazard Celebrates opener against Liverpool

Chelsea FC settle for a draw Liverpool FC again after struggling to pick up a 1 – 1 draw at Stanford Bridge after knocking them out of the Carabao Cup.

Goals (1-1) And Cards

⚽ 25′ Eden Hazard 1 – 0

🌕39′ Sadio Mane
🌕77′ James Milner
⚽89′ 1 – 1 Daniel Sturridge

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Player Ratings

Chelsea  : Kepa (6), Alonso (6), Azpilicueta (6), Luiz (7), Rudiger (7), Kante (6), Jorginho (6), Kovacic (7), Willian (6), Hazard (7), Giroud (5)
Subs: Moses (5), Morata (5), Barkley (5)
Liverpool  : Alisson (7), Alexander-Arnold (6), Van Dijk (6), Gomez (6), Robertson (6), Wijnaldum (6), Henderson (6), Milner (6), Mane (5), Salah (5), Firmino (5)
Subs: Keita (5), Shaqiri (5), Sturridge (7)

Man Of The Match : David Luiz

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Chelsea have won only two of their last nine home Premier League games against Liverpool (W2 D3 L4).
Liverpool remain unbeaten in their opening seven matches of a Premier League season for the first time since 2008-09.
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.
Liverpool have only conceded two first half goals in their last 13 Premier League matches – both at Stamford Bridge against Chelsea (Oliver Giroud in May, Eden Hazard today).
This was the 38th home Premier League game that Chelsea forward Eden Hazard has scored in – he has never ended on the losing side in any of those games (W34 D4 L0).
Liverpool’s Daniel Sturridge has scored 17 Premier League goals as a sub – only Olivier Giroud (19) and Jermain Defoe (24) have scored more off the bench in the history of the competition.
Daniel Sturridge is the seventh player to score 50 Premier League goals for Liverpool, after Robbie Fowler, Steven Gerrard, Michael Owen, Luis Suarez, Fernando Torres and Dirk Kuyt.

Highlights : Chelsea Stroll past Cardiff 4 – 1 At Stanford Bridge 

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