Maurizio Sarri says Liverpool are still 'step ahead' of Chelsea after draw

Cristina Cross
September 30, 2018

One of the biggest matches in the Premier League season takes place on Saturday evening when Chelsea host Liverpool at Stamford Bridge, and there is positive and negative team news for the Blues, according to their Twitter feed.

Eden Hazard could quite easily fire Chelsea to the Premier League title again, but it would be a risky strategy to expect the Belgian to sustain his current hot streak for the remainder of the season.

Liverpool striker Daniel Sturridge has taken to social networking site Twitter to send a message to Chelsea and to the fans of the Merseyside outfit.

It was Chelsea who eventually broke the deadlock and it was that man Eden Hazard who got the goal as the Belgian worldwide raced clear to fire home a attractive left footed effort in to Alisson's bottom corner for 1-0 in the 24th minute.

Liverpool sits atop the table with a ideal 6-0-0 record and a plus-12 goal differential, while Chelsea also is unbeaten at 5-1-0 with a plus-10 differential.

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"I think [Manchester] City and Liverpool are a step ahead of us".

Antonio Rudiger came to Chelsea's rescue after 32 minutes as the German defender pulled off a fine goal-line clearance to deny Mohamed Salah an equaliser.

Earlier this month, the 29-year-old found the back of the net in Liverpool's Champions League win against Paris St-Germain.

"But I am very happy with the performance and I think a draw is maybe a fair result".

Asked about the lack of goals from his strikers, Sarri said: "I am not really anxious about it and because we have a winger who is able to score frequently. The match was wonderful".

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"It was just trying to get into that position, to get on the ball and players like Shaq always play it forward as much as possible, so I just tried to create myself as much time as possible". Questions about being the best in the world are best saved for another time, but he is certainly the in-form man in England's top flight.

"They need the guy up front whether it's [Olivier] Giroud or [Alvaro] Morata - for me both of them are not really on form - to nick that goal to give the other guys that momentum to get into the game so it doesn't all depend on Hazard".

"If I see that there is no solution, I go on my own", Hazard said.

"I think that he is able to score 40 goals so he has to score another 33. Pedro [already] has three goals".

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