"Two keepers wouldn't have saved it!" - Fans react to Daniel Sturridge stunner

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There's still a lot of time left for somebody to beat this goal, but for now, it's the best we've seen in the Premier League this season.

Liverpool score late on at Stamford Bridge through a Daniel Sturridge strike to earn a 1-1 draw against fellow unbeaten side Chelsea.

Chelsea were on the verge of landing a significant blow in the title race thanks to another brilliant finish from Eden Hazard in the first-half, but Sturridge had other ideas.

Sturridge is now Liverpool's joint-top goalscorer for the season, alongside Sadio Mane, with four goals in seven appearances.

Salah scored 32 Premier League goals last season but he is yet to replicate the same form that crowned him PFA Player of the Year.

Chelsea are two points back in third.

"I'm not really anxious about it, because we have a winger [Hazard] that is able to score so frequently".

The problems facing Maurizio Sarri, however, is that he simply doesn't have a striker who can ease the burden on Hazard.

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The Egypt worldwide spurned two half-chances in the first half of Saturday's 1-1 draw with Chelsea, and found it hard to link up with Roberto Firmino before being replaced by Xherdan Shaqiri in the second period.

Antonio Rudiger came to Chelsea's rescue after 32 minutes as the German defender pulled off a fine goal-line clearance to deny Mohamed Salah an equaliser.

Chelsea fans will be hoping Hazard can deliver the goods once again to help the team leapfrog their rivals in the table and they could witness a new trademark celebration if he manages to add to his goalscoring tally.

So it's all on Hazard then!

Sarri said ahead of the match that Liverpool are "ready now to win the Premier League" and his view was not altered by the result at Stamford Bridge.

The Blues came out on top against Liverpool in the Carabao Cup during the week, but Saturday's match is set to be the most high-profile clash of the league season so far.

Last season, Salah would have scored at least one of the chances he had at Chelsea, but it wasn't his day here.

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