Liverpool delivered a stunning 4-1 win over Chelsea in a match filled with standout performances and dramatic moments.
The Reds’ relentless attack and solid defense left Chelsea struggling to keep up.
The game started with Liverpool showing their attacking prowess, with Diogo Jota opening the scoring after a precise pass from Conor Bradley.
Bradley, making only his second Premier League start of the campaign, had a night to remember, scoring his first goal for Liverpool with a fine finish.
Liverpool continued to dominate in the second half, with summer signing Dominic Szoboszlai adding a third goal with a powerful header from Bradley’s cross.
Despite Chelsea’s efforts, they were unable to contain Liverpool’s relentless pressure, with Luis Diaz adding a fourth goal late in the game.
Despite a consolation goal from Christopher Nkunku, who capitalized on a rare opportunity for Chelsea, it wasn’t a scratch on Liverpool’s victory.
One of the standout moments of the match was Nunez’s unfortunate luck in hitting the woodwork four times, setting a new record for striking the bar or post in a single game.
Meanwhile, Chelsea had their grievances, feeling they should have been awarded penalties for fouls on Conor Gallagher and Nkunku by Virgil van Dijk.