Published: Sun, September 30, 2018
Culture | By Margie Dunn

This Chelsea Player Not Too Far Away From Eden Hazard - Liverpool Legend

This Chelsea Player Not Too Far Away From Eden Hazard - Liverpool Legend

Substitute Daniel Sturridge scored a stunning equaliser a minute from time as Liverpool snatched a dramatic draw at Chelsea in the Premier League.

With the draw and one point each for Liverpool and Chelsea, Manchester City moved to the top spot in the Premier League table on 19 points, ahead of Liverpool in second on goal difference.

The 27-year-old has scored seven goals in his last six appearances across all competitions, including the victor of Liverpool on Wednesday, and looks to have finally reached his zenith.

The Blues came out on top against Liverpool in the Carabao Cup during the week, but Saturday's match is set to be the most high-profile clash of the league season so far.

Chelsea's key players are likely to be given a rest on Thursday, when they host Vidi in the Europa League, given their league trip to Southampton takes place only three days later.

"Alonso, there's space, Luiz there's a space in there and I think that Liverpool will be able to exploit those spaces".

"It's really cool, I'm really happy for him". "We deserved to win!" It was not the best game of Mo's career, that's 100%. "It's all good with the result". You fail, you miss, whatever, that happens. Both teams deserve a point, we only had more chances, like we did on Wednesday.

"No, I think they are a step forward but I think also that we are closer than I thought one week ago", he said.

"It is really cool and I am really happy for him, he works hard and he is a classic good lad".

"We gave them one proper chance, they used it and we didn't use ours".

He added: "What a game, a spectacular football game".

"But I want him so that he wants to be decisive, to score in these situations". His once-clinical form in front of goal evaded him once again against Chelsea as he spurned a number of opportunities with poor finishing and poorer decision-making.

"It is like riding a bike. It's not like you wake up in the morning and you can not finish any more or can not ride a bike any more".

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