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Chelsea v Liverpool: The FA Cup Final Preview

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Chelsea v Liverpool: The FA Cup Final Preview

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Match preview ahead of Chelsea v Liverpool in the FA Cup final at Wembley Stadium, reliving the journey that got us to this point…
HERE we are again. History beckons.
Liverpool are at least 90 minutes away from their second trophy of the season, and they don?t come much bigger in this country than the FA Cup final.
But how did we get right here" HARRIET PRIOR and JOSH SEXTON relive it all?

Harriet: Finding the perfect mixture of experience and youth has been key to cup success this season, and this was the game that epitomised it. Caoimhin Kelleher in goal behind Virgil Van Dijk, Curtis Jones alongside Jordan Henderson in the middle of the park, and a sensational first goal for Harvey Elliott on his return from injury.
Josh: As substitutions go, I?ve never seen a reaction quite like the one that saw Elliott and newboy Luis Diaz introduced at the same time. One a return of a promising youngster and the other the start of a promising career.
Harriet: Diaz was the real star of the show on his debut. Making an assist just 11 minutes into his Liverpool career, we could instantly see what a player we had on our hands. He left us in awe and continues to do so every time we have the honour of watching him play. Josh: And the best part is he just keeps getting better and better?

Harriet: There?s something I hate about playing teams that have absolutely nothing to lose, and this game showed me exactly why. It was 90 minutes of pure graft and much harder to watch than it should have been, but there was an air of inevitability that Liverpool would get the job done in the end.
Josh: Nottingham Forest brought all the expected hallmarks of a ?sleeping giant? getting their chance back on the big stage. They fought tooth and nail, and The Reds had to rise to that and respond accordingly.
Harriet: Diogo Jota made sure of that as he broke the deadlock on 78 minutes and sighs of relief were heard across Liverpool. The slightest of touches catapulted us through to the semi finals of the FA Cup, and with no trains running all weekend, the tricky task of planning a route to the capital began?


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Fecha de publicación: 13-05-2022 19:54
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