Dazzling Sturridge strike salvages a point for Liverpool

Dazzling Sturridge strike salvages a point for Liverpool 

Dazzling Sturridge strike salvages a point for Liverpool

LONDON: A shocking late strike from Daniel Sturridge safeguarded a point for Liverpool in the 1-1 draw at Chelsea on Saturday while Manchester United's 3-1 overcome at West Ham United affirmed their most exceedingly awful best flight begin for a long time and heaped more weight on administrator Jose Mourinho. 

They appear differently in relation to neighbors Manchester City couldn't be more set apart, with Pep Guardiola's side beating Brighton and Hove Albion 2-0 to venture out in front of Liverpool on the objective distinction. 
Sturridge's late intercession at Stamford Bridge, which saves his groups unbeaten begin to the season, came minutes after Juergen Klopp expedited him, maybe in the expectation he may imitate the objective he oversaw against similar rivals in the EFL Cup at Anfield on Wednesday. 

Incredibly, Sturridge did precisely that, releasing a 25-meter shot that found the best corner of the Chelsea net exactly when it looked like Liverpool, who had won every one of the six of their past association recreations this season, had come up short on thoughts. 
"What an amusement, a stupendous football game," said Liverpool chief Klopp. "It was so merited for Daniel (Sturridge), an extremely pleasant minute and I'm so glad for him." 
It is the first occasion when that Chelsea, for whom Eden Hazard scored with a low first-half drive, have not won in the wake of proceeding this season. 

The outcome sets up pleasantly one weekend from now's Anfield conflict with City — whom they trail on objective contrast. City forgot about the constrained test of Brighton with objectives from Raheem Sterling and Sergio Aguero after the Argentine connected sublimely with the Englishman to net his seventh objective in all rivalries this season. 


Liverpool and City are presently nine focuses in front of United, who are being cited at an improbable 150/1 to win the title this season. 
Joined director Jose Mourinho will be more worried about where their next win will originate from after another dreary indicating finished with him thrashing his group for their "quality and mental methodology" at West Ham. 
The thrashing denoted another low following a violent week in which Paul Pogba was stripped of the bad habit captaincy and United were dumped out of the EFL Cup by Derby. 
Mourinho reacted by handling a new 3-5-2 development and excluding his fizzling striker Alexis Sanchez from the squad for Anthony Martial. 


However, the outcome was a similarly emotionless execution that drove previous United skipper Rio Ferdinand, who currently fills in as a TV intellectual, straightforwardly to address to what extent Mourinho will stay in control. 

"There are some critical choices to be made at United now," Ferdinand said on BT Sport. "There will be discussions at the best level, about the eventual fate of the administrator and the squad, in light of the fact that the fundamentals are not being finished. There must be something said." 
West Ham took only five minutes to open the scoring with record marking Felipe Anderson delivering a nervy back-foot flick. 
An unfortunate claim objective expanded their lead however even a great strike from Marcus Rashford had little effect, with Marko Arnautovic scoring the champ. 

Mourinho was typically miserable. "One objective is offside, the second objective is to possess objective and the third objective is arbitrator's mix up yet for the following amusement we must have a superior begin," he stated, including that Pogba, who was substituted in the second half, was "making a decent attempt". 

Somewhere else, objectives by Jamie Vardy and Harry Maguire anchored Leicester City's 2-0 prevail upon Newcastle United, who have lost their opening four home amusements out of the blue in the midst of British media reports of a conceivable takeover fronted by Peter Kenyon, the previous Manchester United, and Chelsea CEO. 
Harry Kane scored twice, including a punishment, as Tottenham Hotspur delivered encourage hardship on base put Huddersfield Town. Arms stockpile likewise won 2-0, at home to Watford, albeit the two objectives came in the last 10 minutes as Unai Emery's side were made to buckle down for their seventh progressive win in all rivalries. 
The main stress was hamstring damage to guardian Petr Cech, who was substituted and will be out for three weeks. 
Wolverhampton Wanderers' Ivan Cavaleiro scored with his first touch in the Premier League as Southampton were beaten 2-0. The Portuguese exploited brilliant work from Adama Traore as the advanced side proceeded with their great beginning to the season. 

Gylfi Sigurdsson had a memorable evening for Everton, making amends for his missed punishment with two objectives in the 3-0 prevail upon Fulham, who have never won at Goodison Park in the alliance.

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