Eden Hazard: 'I am happy for Daniel Sturridge'

Eden Hazard: 'I am happy for Daniel Sturridge'

Eden Hazard: 'I am happy for Daniel Sturridge'

Liverpool welcomed back Mohamed Salah into their attacking setup, as well as Georginio Wijnaldum, Jordan Henderson and James Milner into the midfield.

Of course, Sturridge used to play for Chelsea so his muted celebration was clearly a sign of respect.

The Egyptian has endured a slow start to the season and he was hauled off after the hour, but Klopp insists it was purely tactical. "Klopp builds them up to feel 10 feet tall". It seemed quite like a sucker punch though when Chelsea got the first goal of the game.

David Luiz's pass to Hazard was a simple one, but the Belgian's instinctive flick to Kovacic took out half of the Liverpool team from contention.

However, despite scoring in the dying moments in front of the travelling supporters, Sturridge, who scored in the week against Chelsea, didn't celebrate his effort like he did in the week. It was long overdue for a splendid defensive display from Luiz and Antonio Rudiger had protected Kepa's clean sheet for so long, but even the late goal did not break hearts on either side.

"He scored twice. One Wednesday and one today, like me.Maybe he try to be like me". The new manager has come in and we are enjoying playing with him and I'm happy I stayed.

The Chelsea winger, who had netted the opener with a well-taken finish in the first half, congratulated the England forward on his goal after the game, but is hoping he will be able to pull off another remarkable strike against the Premier League champions.

"Morata and Giroud don't have great movement".

"But coming in a game like this, constantly in situations like he comes in, that makes a world-class player".

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