Liverpool vs Chelsea Live Stream & TV Channel UEFA Super Cup 2019

Liverpool vs Chelsea Live Stream & TV Channel UEFA Super Cup 2019 Full HD

Liverpool vs Chelsea Live Stream & TV Channel UEFA Super Cup 2019 Full HD

Liverpool vs Chelsea Live Stream & TV Channel UEFA Super Cup 2019 Full HD

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The Liverpool and Chelsea fans will have encountered wildly different emotions at the weekend as the Premier League season kicked off in earnest.

The first half of Liverpool’s Premier League opener against Norwich on Friday night saw them at their emphatic best going forward

with a 4-0 halftime scoreline threatening to turn into a cricket score.

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Norwich improved after the break though, netting a consolation through Teemu Pukki and limiting any further damage by the red juggernaut.

Despite having to travel to Istanbul on Wednesday, Chelsea were scheduled to round off the opening weekend at Old Trafford on Sunday afternoon.

It wasn’t a pleasant introduction to the Premier League for Frank Lampard either

with The Blues left completely open to all counter attacking opportunities and eventually suffering the consequences.

They lost 4-0 to a rampant Manchester United, and while the scoreline was fairly harsh on Chelsea

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there is no doubt that they have to improve in the future. Improvement in the very immediate future would be preferable

because an openness to counter attacking football doesn’t bode well when faced with the likes of Mohamed Salah, Sadio Mane, and Roberto Firmino.

It doesn’t look good for Chelsea here, and the recent UEFA Super Cup history won’t encourage the blue side of Istanbul either.

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7 of the last 10 Super Cup winners have been the side to lift the Champions League the season before

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with the only team to buck this trend being Atletico Madrid in 2010, 2012 and 2018.

In addition, 10 of Liverpool’s 12 competitive matches have seen them win by at least a 2 goal margin, including a 2-0 win over Chelsea back in April.

For Liverpool, jubilation followed their curtain raising 4-1 thrashing of Norwich at Anfield

And while Chelsea ended a weekend of enthralling Premier League action by getting duly hammered at Old Trafford.

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