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Salahs gem sends Liverpool to the top

The close fight for the gold in the Premier League continuing unabated. Sunday changed the table's first hands two times since Manchester City first took the

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Salahs gem sends Liverpool to the top

The close fight for the gold in the Premier League continuing unabated.

Sunday changed the table's first hands two times since Manchester City first took the win over Crystal Palace, then Liverpool, two and a half hour later recaptured it with a 2-0 win at home over Chelsea.

Jürgen Klopps crew now has 85 points after 34 matches, while Manchester City have 83 for a match fewer.

Josep Guardiola and co. have thus still their destiny in their own hands.

With the City's victory earlier on Sunday was Liverpool under pressure against Chelsea.

the home Team also laid out in a high pressure and showed for the first time switch on after five minutes.

Mohamed Salah kicked from a position in the middle of the field on goal. Egypterens shots were straight into the arms of Chelsea goalkeeper Kepa Arrizabalaga.

After an early Liverpool pressure was the fight more equal, and Chelsea got with a playing Eden Hazard also created the individual chances.

the First half ended, however, without the speechless. Shortly before the break was Andreas Christensen, the shift in after an injury to Antonio Rüdiger.

There would only have to go five minutes of the second half, before Liverpool got the ball in the goal.

After a smart one-two game with Roberto Firmino left Mohamed Salah the ball to Jordan Henderson in the box. The Liverpool captain ran to the end line and sent a high ball opposite to Sadio Mané, who could easily head it into the goal.

Just two minutes and 20 seconds later it was 2-0. Salah took a high ball down close to the sidelines on the right side, pulled slightly toward the center of the pitch and hammered the ball into the box with a blast of shot from about 25 meters distance.

Chelsea manager Maurizio Sarri responded promptly, and sent Gonzalo Higuain on the pitch in place of Callum Hudson-Odoi.

however, It was Eden Hazard, who after two laps were close to reduce. The belgian was in both cases completely free in front of goal, but the first shot hit the post, while the second was saved by Liverpool goalkeeper Alisson Becker.

But the ball would not fall for Chelsea, who finally ran out of both ideas and effort, so Liverpool could run victory in the house.

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