Saturday’s English Premier League clash at Anfield between Liverpool and Chelsea ended in a 0-0 draw with neither team able to penetrate the net.
The first chance of the game from the start, within a few moments, went to the Blues side, with a continuous shot from a corner kick from Conor Gallagher in the 3rd minute. The ball reached Thiago Silva in The 6-yard shot hit the post, bouncing into Kai Havertz’s way, sending the ball into the bottom of the net. But the consideration from VAR was consider offside first.
give after that in the first half The image of the game comes out evenly. Where navy blue lion Slightly more overlapping when able to create better opportunities in the final area. But until the end of the first 45 minutes. The ball could not be passed through Alisson Becker’s hands and ended the first half with a score of 0-0.
The game in the second half was clearly more striking to the away team when Graham Potter sent Mick Hilo Mudric on to replace Lewis Hall after halftime. The Ukraine international received the ball in the final third and continued to beat James Milner, but wasn’t good enough to break through Alisson until the game eventually ended in a goalless draw.