Liverpool’s five consecutive home runs

English Premier League defending champions Liverpool have made a name for themselves at home to Anfield. The Uruguayan club had a record of being unbeaten in 6 consecutive matches. Mohamed Salah and Sadio Manera are now ashamed to break that record. Liverpool lost five consecutive home games in the league after losing 1-0 to Chelsea on Thursday. After Tukhel took charge, Chelsea remained unbeaten in 10 matches in all competitions. Liverpool beat Stamford Bridge 2-0 in their first match last September. Chelsea tasted victory after two matches in the tournament. They have drawn with Manchester United and Southampton in the last two rounds. After four consecutive defeats, Jর্গrgen Klopp’s side won 2-0 against Sheffield United in the last round.

Before the break in the match, the visitors went ahead with a great goal from Mason Mount. He entered the D-box with the extended ball of Angolo Kant from his own boundary. Liverpool could not take the shot at the beginning due to the obstruction of two players. The English midfielder moved a little and found the address with his right foot shot. With this, Chelsea is four with 13 wins in 26 matches and 48 points in eight draws. Last year’s champions Liverpool are at number seven with 43 points in an equal match.

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