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FT: Chelsea 0-0 Liverpool, VAR Ruled Out 2-GOAL For Blues (VIDEO HIGHLIGHTS)

Chelsea played a 0-0 goalless result against Liverpool at home after Graham Potter sack days ago, Breaking Sport News reports.

VAR played a huge role which saw it chopping off two goals scored by the home side who were a different team under Bruno Saltor.

First Half Report 

The first half was evenly balance coming from both teams who gave it all their best coming forward with so major missed opportunities.

Chelsea started the game so well with a lot of urgency which saw them creating back to back opportunities but were unlucky none of them hit target.

Liverpool soon found composure and by that time the Blues couldn’t make anything else happen in the match which became a 50/50 affair between them.

Reece James scored with a bullet strike at a point in the match but unfortunately the referee and VAR had to wait a little bit to review before calling the goal offside.

The first half ended with Chelsea Vs Liverpool playing a 0-0 goalless scoreline after 45 minutes of football which took place between the both of them.

Second Half Report 

The second half was easy for them either as they came in with the same mindset of making something happen between them.

Liverpool did well enough in the early minutes which they were looking to ensure something productive came into play between them.

Kai Havertz scored in the 50th minutes for Chelsea but once again VAR was put into use as it called off the goal for a handball during the goal which kept things 0-0.

The game hit the 80th minutes with nothing happening except they both made a number of changes which still couldn’t change anything in the scoreline which was 0-0.

The match ended with Chelsea playing a 0-0 goalless draw against Liverpool who had their luck on VAR which ruled out Reece James and Kai Havertz goal.

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