Liverpool struggled to create much for most of their match against Chelsea but with the Blues similarly having difficulty creating anything outside of set-piece opportunities, credit goes to Liverpool’s defenders as well as Alisson Becker for a few key stops. At the other end of the pitch, the introduction of Darwin Nuñez at least gave the Reds’ attack a pulse.
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Liverpool’s Man of the Match Against Chelsea
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