Liverpool 2-0 Chelsea: Big-match stats from Super Sunday at Anfield
Liverpool move back to the top of the Premier League
Last Updated: 14/04/19 6:28pm
How did Liverpool beat Chelsea at Anfield on Sunday? Use our interactive tools and delve into the stats to find out...
After a tight first-half, Sadio Mane's header and a stunning strike from Mohamed Salah earned Liverpool their 2-0 win over Chelsea to move back to the top of the Premier League table.
Use our complete set of interactive graphics below to discover the stats behind the result. Uncover which players excelled on the day or had an afternoon to forget...
How they lined up
Jurgen Klopp once again went with Fabinho as Liverpool's holding midfielder, allowing Jordan Henderson to continue in a more advanced role. Maurizio Sarri retained faith in Ruben Loftus-Cheek and Callum Hudson-Odoi, deciding to use Eden Hazard in a central role.
Naby Keita got forward well, forming a threatening trio with Andrew Robertson and Sadio Mane on Liverpool's left flank. Hazard continued to drift to the left for Chelsea and that looked the visitors best outlet with Hudson-Odoi appearing isolated on the other wing.
Which team-mates combined most frequently during the game?
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Liverpool dominated the possession from the outset...
The left wing was an important weapon for both teams...
Player heatmaps & touchmaps
Check out individual players' heatmaps and touchmaps below...
In the opposition box
Getting the ball inside the Liverpool box was a problem for Chelsea, but Mane managed to get close in to break the deadlock...
Compare players on the day
Salah versus Hazard? Mane compared to Willian? See how players compared with their side-by-side stats...
Detailed player actions
How many crosses did Trent Alexander-Arnold put into the box? What about Salah and his shots? Check out all the individual actions below...
And finally, check out where the goals and shots - on and off target - came from...
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