Liverpool missed a major step towards the championship. The leaders of the English Premier League, coaches from Jürgen Klop, did not beat the former champion in Leicester City at Anfield to lead 1-1 (1-1).
However, LFC coach Jürgen Klopp was unhappy after the match: "We take what we get and today it's a point, it's more than before, it's not perfect, but we accept it."
But Clop would have had enough reason to complain. Judge Martin Atkinson denied the red tape when Ricardo Pereira brought the former Leipzig Nabe Keita into the penal zone for the case. "I do not know what Atkinson meant at the moment," said Clopp. "I think he has the best position to score."
Chelsea faces historic fights
Although Liverpool extended Manchester City's lead to five points, it was possible to move to Cities Paterson the previous day (1: 2 against Newcastle), but.
Two more points, Tottenham follow the third place. Borussia Dortmund's Champions League knock out defeat by Watford 2-1 (1-0) after a long absence. Only fifth is Chelsea, who played a real Waterloo in the 0-4 win over 1-0 against AFC Bournemouth.
Team manager Ralph Hasenchett scored with Southampton against Crystal Palace 1-1 (0: 1).
Liverpool's lightning starts too little
In Liverpool, Sadio Mane scored 121 seconds for Bayern Munich's opponent (3), before Harry Maguire (45 + 2) to catch up with Leicester. After the break, the Reds hit the winning goal, but were not rewarded.
Tottenham was already defeated at Wembley, before players of the former Bundesliga, Heung Ming Son (80) and Fernando Llorente (87), who returned home from the Asian Cup, made a turn. Chelsea retreated to Bournemouth following a strike by former Gladbacher Joshua King (47/74), David Brooks (63) and Charlie Daniels (90 + 5).
With four goals difference, Londoners in the Premier League previously lost only in September 1996 with 1: 5 against Liverpool.