Liverpool 0-2 Chelsea Highlights
Chelsea dented Liverpool’s dream of a first title in 24 years and kept their own Premier League hopes alive with victory at Anfield.
The Blues led on the stroke of half-time when Reds captain Steven Gerrard slipped, allowing Demba Ba to finish.
Joe Allen and Luis Suarez forced saves after the break, before substitute Willian scored in injury time after Fernando Torres unselfishly squared.
The win moves Chelsea to within two points of their league-leading hosts.
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Mourinho Interview after the win against Liverpool
Date: Sunday, 27 April, 2014
Liverpool have won 13 of the 21 Premier League meetings at Anfield, (D4, L4).
Chelsea have only won nine of the 70 all-time league encounters at Liverpool (D15, L46).
Liverpool are unbeaten in 16 matches (W14, D2) since their 2-1 defeat against Chelsea on 29 December.
The Reds have won 11 consecutive Premier League matches; their top-flight record is 12 set in October 1990.
In the reverse fixtures against their final three opponents (Chelsea, Crystal Palace and Newcastle) this season, the Reds earned four points.
The Reds have scored 15 goals in the first 15 minutes of matches this season – nine of them in the first five minutes alone.
Liverpool have now scored three or more goals in 20 Premier League games this season, matching Manchester City’s record set two seasons ago.
Luis Suarez is only the second player to reach 30 Premier League goals without a single penalty (Andy Cole scored 34 in 1993-94).
Chelsea have lost two of their last three away games (W1), and all three matches have ended 1-0.
The Blues have earned just nine points from the last 18 available.
Chelsea have the best Premier League defence (26 goals conceded) and the third-best attack (67 goals scored) behind Liverpool (96) and Manchester City (91).
They have only trailed at half-time in three games this season, a Premier-League low.
Chelsea have lost just one of seven Premier League games played in between Champions League semi-finals (W4, D2).
In two of Chelsea’s six league defeats this season the winner has been scored by a Liverpool loanee (Fabio Borini in Sunderland’s 2-1 win last weekend and Oussama Assaidi in Stoke’s 3-2 win on 7 December).
Fernando Torres has failed to score in 337 Premier League minutes against former club Liverpool.