Liverpool Beat Chelsea On Penalties To Win UEFA Super Cup

Backup goalkeeper Adrian was Liverpool’s punishment shootout legend as they beat Chelsea on punishments to win the Super Cup and commencement another European season. After Champions League holder Liverpool and Europa League victor Chelsea completed additional time at 2-2, Adrian made the critical spare with his leg to deny Tammy Abraham and give his group a 5-4 win on punishments in a game which completed after 12 PM Turkish time on Thursday.

Liverpool-Goal

It was new marking Adrian’s first begin for Liverpool after ordinary goalkeeper Alisson endured calf damage last Friday.

Chelsea led the pack in the 36th moment when Christian Pulisic uncovered poor situating by Liverpool ideal back Joe Gomez to go for Olivier Giroud to shoot low past Adrian.

Liverpool raged back after the break, Fabinho’s 48th-minute leave opening behind the Chelsea safeguard and leaving Sadio Mane with a simple completion off Mohamed Salah’s flick.

In additional time, Mane put Liverpool ahead off a Roberto Firmino cross, however Chelsea immediately reacted with a punishment from Jorginho. Stéphanie Frappart turned into the principal female arbitrator to administer a noteworthy men’s European last.

After only six minutes, she denied Liverpool a punishment when Sadio Mane’s overhead kick hit Andreas Christensen’s arm, which appeared to be out of a carefully “regular” position. There was no full audit by the video collaborator official framework.

Twice Chelsea put the ball into the net through Pulisic and substitute Mason Mount, however Frappart and her collaborators discounted the two endeavors for clear offsides.

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