Liverpool looking dominant in the first half against Chelsea leading 2-0

Diogo Jota scores the opener for Liverpool but then a second arrives by a young right back.

Diogo Jota's goal followed by a Bradley goal is what separates the two sides.

Liverpool is looking their best at Anfield, leading 2-0 at halftime against Chelsea. Darwin Nunez has been looking like a dangerous threat to Chelsea as he hits the post and almost hits the crossbar in the first half. Although Nunez didn't score, Diogo Jota and Conor Bradley gave the Reds the lead.

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Jota scores the opener for Liverpool against Chelsea after the Blue's defense is unorganized at the back. Conor Bradley disposes the ball off Chilwell before passing it to Jota. The Portuguese runs in between Silva and Badiashile. The ball makes lots of bounces in the box, and Jota fires in the bottom corner to give Liverpool the lead.

Bradley continues his amazing game as he scores the second goal for Liverpool. The young right back runs from the right-hand side and fires a low shot in the bottom left corner past Petrovic. VAR checked the goal but after a few minutes, the goal was given.

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Darwin Nunez misses a penalty late in the first half, but it remains 2-0 for Liverpool

In the 45th minute, Van Dijk plays Jota in the box but is stepped on by Badiashile. Jota recovered from the foul, and Nunez stepped up to take the penalty. Nunez sends Petrovic the wrong way, but his shot hits the right post! Liverpool could've led at halftime by 3, but it remains 2-0.

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