In an exciting game with a hero Alisson, Liverpool beat Chelsea on penalties and win the FA Cup for the 8th time.

Liverpool beat Chelsea on penalties this Saturday (14) to win the FA Cup at Wembley


The oldest football competition in the world there is a new champion. This Saturday (14) in a hot classic at the legendary Wembley Liverpool he won Chelsea per 6 to 5 p.m. then on penalties 0-0 draw in regular time and overtimeand won the title FA Cup. The match was broadcast live By ESPN on Star +. That was the fourth decision of the tournament to end without a goal, and the third to go to the limestone mark.

It’s the title of the Reds the eighth in the history of the club In the FA Cup, which one Arsenal how the biggest winnerwith 14 cups billedcontinued Manchester Unitedwith 12.

Two of the teams that have dominated English football in recent years, side by side Manchester CityChelsea and Liverpool provided the highest level of performance that was anticipated.

And they took turns at the forefront of the confrontation.

He had a great season and Liverpool got off to a better start with Jürgen Klopp’s style: pressure on speed. And he counted on the new offensive sensation to almost open the scoring, at 8 p.m.

If it hadn’t been for Édouard Mendy’s stoppage time, the Reds would have hit the Colombian Luis Diaz quickly.

The initial scare of the match was enough to wake up the London team.

In two standing moves, Chelsea managed to put the Brazilian Alisson in danger. Both in plays starring the American Pulisic. In the second chance, the ball passed in front of the goalkeeper and near the post.

The goalkeeper returned to prominence when he had to grow up against Marcos Alonso to become Liverpool’s savior.

As if Chelsea’s pressure weren’t enough, Jürgen Klopp’s headache was exacerbated when Salah had to be injured and replaced, leaving Diogo Jota in the first half.

The teams had a 0-0 lead in the first half with Diaz and Lukaku, but both failed.

If Alisson finished the first half as the protagonist, the last 45 minutes kept the Brazilian in focus with the new pressure from Chelsea.

And who had the ball on the post to scare the redheads.

While the London team managed to put pressure by printing a stronger collective game, especially in midfield, Kloppen’s team was more dangerous only on Luis Diaz’s personal shots.

When he was not finished, the Colombian helped open the blue defense.

The goal was to keep the score at 0-0 in the 90th minute.later) Wembley strain.

And as the end of regulation time has already pointed out, the famous ‘fear of losing’ and great fatigue reduced the efforts of rivals in extra minutes. With a lesser shot and a well-placed defense, the result could not have been different: the definition in the penalty shootout.

Alisson’s stars shone in the penalty shootout. After Azpilicueta and Mane failed, the definition of the champion shifted to the substitutes.

And it was up to the Brazilian goalkeeper to stop Mason Mount’s shot. Greek Kostas Tsimikas went for the final shot and put it in the back of the net to give the Reds the title.

The best moments

Boy: Allison

The Reds were saved in normal time (mostly with the defense in the first half) and caught Mount’s penalty on turn-based shots.

Alisson was Brazilian MATILA Liverpool win the FA Cup. LEGEND IN ANCHOR.

It was bad: the target of the attacks

As in the English League Cup final, Chelsea and Liverpool’s goal was nasty. Although there were plenty of chances during the match, both attacks piled up goals lost in the Wembley derby.

Among the important balls and stops on the post, the lack of attention prevented him from screaming for a goal in the usual time and extra time.

next games

THE Chelsea he returns to the field next Thursday (19) and takes it Leicester in Stamford BridgeFor the 37th day Premier League.

THE Liverpool before the works, by visiting Southampton in Santa Maria Stadiumon Tuesday (17) as well English Premier League.

Technical file

CHELSEA 0 (5) X (6) 0 LIVERPOOL

Chelsea: Mendy; Chalobah (Azpilicueta), Thiago Silva and Rüdiger; Kovacic (Kanté), Jorginho, Reece James, Marcos Alonso, Mount and Pulisic (Loftus-Cheek and later Barklay); Lukaku (Ziyech). Technician: Thomas Tuchel

Liverpool: Alisson; Alexander-Arnold, Konaté, Van Dijk (Matip) and Robertson (Tsimikas); Henderson, Thiago and Keita (Milner); Luis Díaz, Mané and Salah (Diogo Jota). Technician: Jürgen Klopp

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