Manchester City Will Slip Up - Chelsea Legend Urges Blues To Keep Going

Manchester City Will Slip Up - Chelsea Legend Urges Blues To Keep Going

Manchester City Will Slip Up - Chelsea Legend Urges Blues To Keep Going

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp bemoaned his side's lack of luck as Chelsea scored a fluke late goal to earn a share of the points at Anfield on Saturday.

Chelsea defender Gary Cahill seemed to agree when asked about this topic.

Lallana comes back into Jurgen Klopp's thinking at a good time and offers him a real selection headache ahead of a busy schedule of fixtures. I think we deserved to draw but maybe I think we deserved to win.

"If we were in their shoes we'd be delighted with that", he said. (Anfield) is clearly a hard place to come, so we'll take the point and keep going.

"The message at half-time was to keep going and they were going to give it a right go, they had nothing to lose and we could not cope with it".

Chelsea's remaining Premier League games of 2017 are Swansea City (home), Newcastle United (home), West Ham (away), Huddersfield (away), Southampton (home), Bournemouth (home), Everton (away), Brighton (home) and Stoke (home).

Gary Cahill went on to say that the Blues were deserving of the draw and disappointed that they couldn't get all three points. "In the first half we were very solid and when we had the ball in the second half we had a lot of chances", the Italian said. "We wanted to change the system before the equaliser and the referee didn't allow us".

Indeed, after the draw with Chelsea, Coutinho outlined the situation: 'I think we're a very focused team.

Langley is not ready to wave the white flag yet and is confident that the Citizens will drop points, meaning the emphasis is on Chelsea to make sure they do not slip up.

"Adam Lallana is coming back for us now and that's fantastic for us".

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