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How Chelsea's Red Card Helped Them To Secure A Point Agaist Liverpool

Jurgen Klopp men welcomed Chelsea at Anfield in a mouthwatering Premier League clash which saw the two giants battling for all the three points at Merseyside.

As usual, Liverpool lined up in their 4-3-3 while Thomas Tuchel and Chelsea went for a more of 3-4-2-1 formation which was a defensive approach.

Despite of Chelsea being reduced to ten men, the held Liverpool in to a 1-1draw.

After Kai Haverts opened the scoring door in the match Chelsea became more comfortable with the ball trying to build up from the back.

Chelsea used these tactics to stop Liverpool:

Utilizing chances.

Chelsea got one clear chance and utilised it through Kai Haverts. The same way they stunned Manchester City in the Champions League. Liverpool got more than 25 chances but blew all of them.

Keeping a low defensive line.

Because of Liverpool's long ball approach or heavy metal football, Chelsea sat deep in their half to prevent being hit on quick transitions.

Defensive approach

Thanks to Thomas Tuchel's defensive approach. Liverpool dominated the match from the first whistle. The red card helped Chelsea to be cautious and play deep in their half. This prevented Liverpool's threat.

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