Chelsea 0-2 Liverpool: Liverpool Win Again At Stamford Bridge As Blues Fail To Spark (Photos & Highlights)

Alan Duffy

29th, November 2011

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By Alan Duffy


Kenny Dalglish enjoyed his second win at Stamford Bridge in just 10 days as Liverpool ran out comfortable 2-0 victors in the quarter-finals of the Carling Cup on Tuesday night.

Both Chelsea and Liverpool put out fairly strong sides, with Bertrand, Romeu, McEachran and Lukaku the youngsters given starting berths by Andre Villas-Boas, while Sebastian Coates, Martin Kelly and Jay Spearing got the nod for the Reds.

£35million flop Andy Carroll missed a penalty in the first-half but Liverpool thoroughly dominated throughout, with the visitors eventually scoring both goals in a five minute spell after the break, courtesy of strikes by Maxi Rodriguez and Martin Kelly. Chelsea’s very own megabucks disaster, Fernando Torres, once again failed to perform for a Blues side that couldn’t retain the momentum from their 3-0 weekend win against Wolves.

Craig Bellamy, a close friend of Gary Speed, returned in style to the Liverpool side and had a hand in both goals. However, in-form midfielder Lucas was carried off on a stretcher with a knee injury which doesn’t look good.

A delighted Dalglish has now met Chelsea 13 times as Liverpool boss and never lost. Andre Villas-boas, on the other hand, will have his mind on next week’s key Champions League clash with Valencia.

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5 Comments

  1. Steve Clarke's Cerebrum says:

    I hope Lucas is alright. He’s been the top holding mid along with Scotty Parker this season for me. In the short term though I think we will be sound with Adam, Spearing and Henderson to choose from in the middle, especially against Fulham. BTW Coates was outstanding tonight. Had Torres in his pocket [although that’s not saying much!], made clean tackles and was dominant in the air[which is something required in our defence since Sami left].
    Maxi, Maxi Rodriguez runs down the wing for me…….

  2. Red19 says:

    85 million pounds worth of #9 on display tonight and both were crap. One of the worst games I have seen in awhile.

  3. Tom says:

    Ok seriously, what’s happened Torres in the last 18 months?

    I honestly don’t know myself. It’s sad to watch one of the best footballers in the world playing so abysmally.

  4. C says:

    @Tom
    I think he misses Rafa. Im guessing Benitez is som kind of “Torres Whisperer”

  5. Sultan says:

    @ C — HAHAH ! “In Rafa we Trust” …haahh !!

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