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Premier League – Despite being long outnumbered: Chelsea fights for point against Liverpool

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Premier League - Despite being long outnumbered: Chelsea fights for point against Liverpool

Jürgen Klopp and Thomas Tuchel broke up after an exciting exchange of blows between the German star coaches without a winner. On Saturday evening Klopp’s Liverpool and Tuchel’s Chelsea came to a 1-1 (1-1) after an intense game. This means that both top clubs in the English Premier League remain unbeaten with two successes and one draw.

After national player Kai Havertz (21st) had put Chelsea in the lead with a wonderful header, Mohamed Salah (45th + 5) converted a hand penalty to equalize. In the run-up to the penalty kick, Reece James (45 + 3) cleared a confusing scene on the line for the Blues and saw the red card after video evidence. This led to violent protests from Chelsea.

Liverpool started more actively on Anfield Road, but the first big chances had the Champions League winner, who started the game with Havertz and Antonio Rüdiger. Timo Werner initially sat on the bench. After a corner from James Havertz carried the ball beautifully into the far corner with the back of his head.

Mason Mount (36th) could even have increased it to 2-0, his shot went right past the gate. With one man more, Liverpool ran up after the break and pushed Chelsea into their own half. Diogo Jota (51.) only just headed over, eight minutes later Fabinho checked Chelsea goalkeeper Edouard Mendy with a long shot. Chelsea only hoped for the lucky punch, Mateo Kovacic (84th) missed a good opportunity in front of Reds keeper Alisson.

Manchester City had previously cleared Arsenal 5-0 (3-0).

Premier League: The current table

place team Sp. Gates Diff Pt.
1. West Ham United 3 10: 5 5 7th
2. Chelsea FC 3 6: 1 5 7th
2. Liverpool FC 3 6: 1 5 7th
4th Everton FC 3 7: 3 4th 7th
5. Manchester city 3 10: 1 9 6th
6th Tottenham Hotspur 2 2-0 2 6th
7th Brighton & Hove Albion 3 4: 3 1 6th
8th. Leicester City 3 4: 5 -1 6th
9. Brentford FC 3 3: 1 2 5
10. Manchester United 2 6: 2 4th 4th
11. Aston Villa 3 5: 4 1 4th
12th Watford FC 2 3: 4 -1 3
13th Southampton FC 3 4: 6 -2 2
14th Crystal Palace 3 2: 5 -3 2
15th Newcastle United 3 4: 8 -4 1
16. Leeds United 2 3: 7 -4 1
17th Wolverhampton Wanderers 2 0: 2 -2 0
18th Burnley FC 2 1: 4 -3 0
19th Norwich City 3 1:10 -9 0
20th Arsenal FC 3 0: 9 -9 0

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