Blues came from behind to share spoils with the Reds on Sunday’s big game tie
Liverpool slipped despite having gone up 2-0 during their visit to Stamford Bridge on Sunday.
The Reds while trying to add to their numbers only managed to successfully let into their own goal posts two goals.
Although they were goals every goalkeeper will have a very hard time keeping out, Liverpool would be mourning tonight.
Mateo Kovacic was first to pull the come back string when he made a superb strike from a rebound on Cesar Azpilicueta’s free kick.
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Christian Pulisic came through later to chest down a pass from N’Golo Kante inside the opponent’s box before roofing Chelsea back on level ground with the visitors.
The come back is one very heartbreaking and Virgil Van Dijk couldn’t deny this fact as he made clear confessions of how Chelsea’s brilliance helped secure their come back.
“If you’re 2-0 up, you don’t want to concede that close to half time to give them momentum,” Van Dijk said.
“It happened. It was a fantastic strike, so credit to them. We tried not to panic. It was a good game to watch, but we came for three points.
“They have an amazing team, so do we. We were under pressure at times, but we defended well, didn’t give big chances away. I had a feeling we could’ve made it 3-2.”