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Fernandinho handled the ball on the line while blocking a Chelsea shot, giving away a penalty following a VAR review. The Brazilian was sent off before his compatriot Willian stepped up to put the penalty into the back of the City net.
Scorers : Pulisic 36, Willian pen No club has won the league as deep into the summer as Liverpool, on the night of June 25, Yet, equally, no team has clinched the league with seven games outstanding as Jurgen Klopp's team have done.
Manchester City's defeat here sees them lead by an unassailable 23 points. It has been a 30 year wait but, as irritating as it may sound to the ears of their bitter rivals, this one really does mean more.
It is a rewriting of the record books few can have expected a year ago, when a near perfect season was only good enough for second place. Last to go and standing near the top of the Patscherkofel run, he is told the time to beat is Bernhard Russi's , which leads the field by more than a second.
Klammer knows this is impossibly fast. There are 60, lining the hill in expectation of an Austrian triumph. The national tourist industry is counting on it.
Klammer, 22, thinks about the numbers. That is, metaphorically, what Liverpool have done to claim this title.
Killed themselves, exhausted themselves, run themselves into the ground. They have set unprecedented numbers, recorded win after win — per cent at home, not far off it away — because that it what beating City demanded.
It is the season of all seasons, the campaign of all campaigns. Olivier Giroud and players from both sides take the knee in support of the Black Lives Matter movement ahead of kick-off.
Chelsea were playing their first behind closed doors game at Stamford Bridge since the restart against Manchester City. Ross Barkley plays a pass during the first-half of the clash against City while being tracked by midfielder Ilkay Gundogan.
Kepa Arrizabalaga gets down well to get a foot to the ball and win it from in front of City forward Bernardo Silva right. It is hard to imagine how Leicester's win in could be topped, but this comes close.
Certainly, it is the most incredible title triumph in Liverpool's history, and arguably the best delivered by an elite club in the Premier League era.
Liverpool have been astonishing and the statistical element of their supremacy is not over. Not we wait to see how many entries they succeed in making in the annals before conclusion, how much of Pep Guardiola's City they erase.
Coincidentally Leicester's title win was also by confirmed by a result at Stamford Bridge, Chelsea's battle with Tottenham handing the league to Claudio Ranieri and his men.
It is fair to say they were more popular winners than Liverpool will be — too many old rivalries, too much history, too much at stake along the M62 — but that should not detract from the achievement.
The players, the coach, the recruitment department — this has been a flawless meeting of brains, brawn and artistry.
At their best, Liverpool are beautiful; at their most diligent they are terrifyingly ferocious; and they have barely put a foot wrong in the transfer market.
Liverpool have bought the best players, and the best lads. It is a remarkably egoless team. And do not be fooled by those who claim City knew the title was gone and did not care about the outcome of Thursday night's game.
Trailing at half-time, they drew level with a stunning free-kick from Kevin De Bruyne, after Riyad Mahrez had been fouled, and Raheem Sterling hit a post soon after.
Had that gone in, perhaps they would have taken the fight to next week's meeting at the Etihad Stadium. Chelsea goalkeeper Kepa does well to turn the ball over the bar after a flick towards his goal as City piled on the pressure.
Frank Lampard dishes out instructions to his players during the drinks break on a hot Thursday night at Stamford Bridge. A dejected Ederson in the foreground as Chelsea's players celebrate with Pulisic after he scored the opening goal.
But Belgian midfielder De Bruyne levelled the scores at a goal apiece after the break with a sensational free-kick.
But it was at the other end that their commitment most showed. Kyle Walker's incredible recovery to clear a Christian Pulisic chance off the line, when all seemed lost, was evidence of a team fighting to the very last — and the winning goal only came after Fernandinho had handled the ball on the line, to prevent Tammy Abraham scoring.
VAR spotted it, and he was dismissed, before Willian did the rest from the spot. The cheers from Chelsea's contingent, spread across the lower reaches of the main stand, were heartfelt too.
This was a huge result for Frank Lampard's men, with Manchester United and Wolves closing on that precious fourth place.
Yet the scenes outside Anfield showed where this result was felt most keenly. And they deserve it. This may have been a strangely blighted conclusion without the connection and emotion it merits, but nothing should detract from its importance.
In wresting the title from Guardiola and Manchester City, Liverpool have been stunning — because of what we know of that coach and his team. They didn't beat any old champions; they beat the best of the Premier League era.
Not that this will be much consolation. A mixup at midfield by the City defence allowed Pulisic to rush on to a loose ball, with the U. The goal was Pulisic's second in as many games and seventh in the Premier League this season as Chelsea took a lead into half-time.
Man City drew level early in the second half on the back of a phenomenal free kick from Kevin De Bruyne after N'Golo Kante had fouled Riyad Mahrez just outside the penalty area.
Minutes later, City nearly took the lead from a counter-attack, but Raheem Sterling 's shot with only Kepa Arrizabalaga to beat came back off the post and the score remained level.
Pulisic looked to have had his second on the night to restore Chelsea's lead, but an incredible defensive effort from a sliding Kyle Walker kept the ball from crossing the goalline.
More goalline heroics from Ederson and the City defence looked to have kept Chelsea from taking the lead, but VAR intervened to award a penalty to Chelsea for handball on Fernandinho , with Willian stepping up to dispatch the spot kick for Fernandinho was shown a straight red for having swatted Tammy Abraham 's goal-bound shot away on the goalline and Man City could not find a way back into the match as they finished down a man.
Chelsea boss Frank Lampard, who won three Premier League titles as a player at Stamford Bridge, congratulated Liverpool in a news conference and said it was up to other clubs to match them and Guardiola's City.
Both teams decided to play without a recognised striker with Gabriel Jesus left on the bench for City while Chelsea went with a front three of Eden Hazard, Willian and Pedro.
Luiz's long ball found Pedro, whose cross-field ball to Willian made City retreat into their own box. Willian found Hazard, who slid the ball back for Kante smash home from 15 yards.
Ederson's only job of the half was to pick the ball out of his net. The goal triggered a surge in confidence for Chelsea, who were now able to handle City's high press and play into their midfield.
City mustered little in response as Kyle Walker hit a speculative free-kick that summed up their frustrations. That said, Fikayo Tomori and Callum Hudson-Odoi do remain out with minor knocks picked up in training earlier.
Jorginho finally returns from the longest two-match suspension in Premier League history. With the chasing pack all having played an extra game, as well as Leicester City four points in front of us, Chelsea can rest assured of staying in fourth place with at least a two-point cushion ahead of Manchester United and Wolves regardless of what happens in this game.
Incidentally, should Chelsea win or draw, even , Liverpool will be officially confirmed as Champions of England for the first time in 30 years.
While their title has been inevitable for some time, Chelsea do have history of winning titles not just for ourselves but for other teams as well, right, Leicester City?
Manchester City: If City want to remain mathematically eligible to defend their Premier League title, they will have to do so without Sergio Agüero, who picked up a knee injury on Monday and could very well be done for the season.
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