Chelsea 1-2 Liverpool: Rodriguez, Sturidge, Johnson scored
A Glen Johnson scored on 86 minutes put Chelsea take a bitter pill to swallow in front of their own supporters. Liverpool won 2-1 thanks to his goal.
In a match that took place at Stamford Bridge Stadium, Sunday (20/11/2011), Chelsea had few chances to make first. One was through Juan Mata.
Unfortunately for the Spanish midfielder, from the far post volley kick is still not meeting targets. The ball then were driven by the Liverpool defender.
In the middle of the first half, Didier Drogba could also get a chance from a free kick. Unfortunately for him, his free-kick deviated slightly to the left of goalkeeper Jose Reina. Chelsea supporters had cheered, thinking it kicks in.
Liverpool ended up winning in the 33rd minute, when John Obi-Mikel lose the ball right in front of the penalty box on his own team.
Charlie Adam seized the ball which was then given to Craig Bellamy, who then sends operands to Luis Suarez, and finally handed the ball to Maxi on the left. Simple-operand operand in the penalty box.
Maxi then calmly struck the ball to the goalkeeper Petr Cech. 1-0 to Liverpool.
At the beginning of the second half, Villas-Boas decided to replace Mikel and Sturridge plays. The latter is then creates an equalizing goal position.
In the 55th minute, Florent Malouda to puncture alone into the Liverpool penalty box. Malouda then release the operand to the far post, where Sturridge quickly grabbed it with a kick. Reina breaking wicket, the score changed to 1-1.
Chelsea continued to apply pressure to the Liverpool defense thereafter. For the record, they created 17 shots, but only three are on target throughout the match.
However, the fact that even Liverpool score a goal.
At minute 86, a long ball towards the right, was received by Glen Johnson. He then did a puncture, outwit Ashley Cole and Malouda, then release the left leg kick. John Terry's in front of goal could not reach the ball. Liverpool lead 2-1 and eventually win the fight.
Thanks to this victory, the position of Liverpool climbed into the top six standings with 22. Meanwhile, Chelsea's position remains in fourth, also with a value of 22.
Chelsea: Petr Cech, John Terry, David Luiz, Ashley Cole, David Luiz, John Obi Mikel (Daniel Sturridge 46), Frank Lampard, Ramires (Raul Meireles 84), Florent Malouda, Didier Drogba (Fernando Torres 84), Juan Mata.
Liverpool: Jose Reina, Daniel Agger, Martin Skrtel, Jose Enrique, Glen Johnson, Charlie Adam, Lucas Leiva, Maxi Rodriguez (Stewart Downing 78), Dirk Kuyt, Craig Bellamy (Jordan Henderson 67), Luis Suarez (Andy Carroll 89).