Liverpool has no children with Chelsea and is once again putting Manchester City and Arsenal at a distance

Liverpool has no children with Chelsea and is once again putting Manchester City and Arsenal at a distance
Liverpool has no children with Chelsea and is once again putting Manchester City and Arsenal at a distance
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Diogo Jota donated The Reds halfway through the first half, when the Portuguese unorthodoxly squeezed past the Chelsea defense and quickly shot the 1-0 past Djordje Petrovic. Youngster Conor Bradley, who is a regular at right back in the absence of the injured Trent Alexander-Arnold, had scored the opening goal and further showcased his talent with a fine shot into the far corner: 2-0. Even before half time, Darwin Nunez let it go after converting a penalty kick The Blues to be counted out before halftime.

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Twenty minutes after the interruption, Dominik Szoboszlai did just that after a wonderful cross from Bradley. Christopher Nkunku (71′) gave Chelsea a goal, Luis Diaz removed all doubts eleven minutes before the whistle.

In the standings, Liverpool again increases its lead over Arsenal and Manchester City, which won 3-1 against Burnley earlier on Wednesday evening. Chelsea is experiencing a gray season for the second year in a row and is already twenty points in debt in tenth.

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