Liverpool 1-1 Chelsea as Eden Hazard scores amazing solo goal in first half at the Premier League on Wednesday night, 11 May 2016 also Liverpool came from behind to deny Chelsea a win at Anfield after Christian Benteke scored in added time to cancel out Eden Hazard’s stunning first-half goal.
Jurgen Klopp Liverpool hosted Chelsea in the premier league game on Wednesday night in what was nothing more than a dead rubber for both teams. Liverpool started stronger as Expected but it was Chelsea who took the lead totally against the run of play as Eden Hazard’s late season form continue to impress as he stroll through Liverpool defense and scored a wonderful solo goal to leave Anfield stunned. Liverpool however created number chances and it looked like just the matter of time before they will score and it took 2 minute in injury time for Liverpool to finally find the equalizer through Benteke.
Eden Hazard received the ball on the left flank and he set off dazzling with the ball beating Liverpool players left and right before produced a superb finish from the edge of the box in the bottom left corner to put Chelsea 1-0 up.
Liverpool 0-1 Chelsea – Match Highlights
- 32′ 0 – 1 Eden Hazard scores amazing solo goal in 32nd minute of the game to put Chelsea in a surprise 1-0 lead at Anfield.
- 90′ 1 – 1 Christian Benteke found the back of the net for Liverpool in second minute of injury time to end their losing streak at Anfield against Chelsea.
After a strong start from the home side, Chelsea took the lead in unlikely fashion when Hazard latched onto Abdul Baba Rahman’s pass to dribble past several Reds players and send a superb low strike past Simon Mignolet and into the bottom of the net in the 32nd minute.
The goal signified Chelsea’s increasing dominance in the game and the Blues went on to end the first half in better form than they had started it.
Bertrand Traore had a chance to make it 2-0, but the striker – starting in place of the injured Diego Costa – drove his effort just wide with Mignolet out of his goal.
Chelsea appeared after the break in confident mood, and had further chances to double their advantage – only for Mignolet to keep Liverpool in the game with several superb stops.
The Reds continued to press, and were rewarded when substitute Sheyi Ojo sent the ball into the area only for Asmir Begovic to fail to clear the danger allowing another substitute Christian Benteke to head in to end the game 1-1.
Christian Benteke earned Liverpool a 1-1 draw with Chelsea in injury time, after a goalkeeping howler from Asmir Begovic.
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