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No slip-up from Liverpool as Chelsea trauma is vanquished

No slip-up from Liverpool as Chelsea trauma is vanquished

Manager Klopp said: "We controlled and dominated the game for 80 minutes, which is the best you can say about a game against Chelsea". We didn't lose it here or there.

"We were a little bit unlucky for the second goal, for the timing", said Sarri, who was genuine in his congratulations for Salah after bumping into him after the game.

"Very smart people will come out and say "Yeah, if you would have won against Leicester you would be champions".

"It immediately reminded me of the 4-3 against Borussia Dortmund, only Hendo [Jordan Henderson] instead of Millie [James Milner] and Sadio instead of Dejan [Lovren], but a similar situation with this wonderful cross in that area and really good team play".

Mane broke the deadlock with a 51st-minute header before Salah doubled the lead with a stunning long-range strike two minutes later.

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"It's all bulls**t. People and idiots bring something like this up".

Klopp also hoped the result would draw a line under reminders of Steven Gerrard's slip against Chelsea last time Liverpool were chasing the title in 2014. "Robbo (Andy Robertson) slipped and nothing happened, so it's not a Liverpool thing".

"I can remember, I think, someone was tackled and I was thinking of counter-pressing in the box to win it back quickly and managed to get there first". "I was happy and I saw it because I..."

Salah stunned his old club by cushioning the ball with a velvet touch out on the right before cutting inside and rattling a thunderous strike into the far corner of the net to send Anfield insane. "We showed that we're a really good side and we'll be patient. You could feel it, they are all on their toes, so let's try to do that seven more times and then we see what we get for it".

"We had two or three opportunities to score after the second goal with Eden and Higuain. We are improving. Three months ago, we were not able to stay in the match".


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