Chelsea manager picks out positives from the Liverpool loss: Were there any?

Aubrey Yates
April 15, 2019

Senegalese striker Demba Ba, who profited from the Englishman's mistake by scoring the opening goal in Chelsea's 2-0 victory over Liverpool, has now insisted that he did not feel sorry for Gerrard as he was only doing his job.

"I am so proud of what the boys did, and I loved, loved, loved the atmosphere - it was outstanding what the people did".

The left footed thunderbolt had everyone on their feet - bar Shay Given.

Hazard beat Alisson Becker in a one-on-one only for his shot to rebound off the post before firing a first-time, close-range shot straight at the goalkeeper when he seemed certain to score, with Higuain also missing a chance soon after.

Asked about Salah's goal, Klopp said: "It blew me away".

"But I am really happy with the performance because we stayed in the match".

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The goals came in two consecutive second-half minutes, firstly from Sadio Mane before a superb Mo Salah strike put his side two ahead.

So click below to read what the average player ratings was out of the Guardian, Sky Sports, Daily Mail and the Mirror. Klopp knows his team are not ultimately in control of their title destiny, but he remains determined not to focus on developments at the Etihad Stadium.

The race for the Premier League title looks to be going right down to the wire, with Liverpool and City not showing any signs that they are going to ease up. If we think about them, yes, and if we don't think about them, no. That's 85 points now, so with four games to play that means (we can get) 97.

It said in a statement: "Merseyside Police can confirm that we are investigating after a flare was reported to have been thrown during the Liverpool FC vs Chelsea FC match yesterday afternoon (April 14)".

After the loss, Chelsea are now fourth on the table with 66 points from 34 games and they have now played one game more than their top-four rivals. "If that's enough, perfect, and if not, we can not change it".

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