Watch now Chelsea vs Liverpool goals
After a goalless draw in regulation and extra time, Liverpool won the match on penalties (6-5).
This is Liverpool’s eighth title, and their first since 2006, while Chelsea’s record stands at
Moreover Liverpool has won both the FA Cup and the League for the first time since the
2000-2001 season, when it also won the European League.
As well as Liverpool is preparing for the Champions League final against Real Madrid on
May 28 in Paris, France.
Only Arsenal (14 titles) and Manchester United (12 titles) have more FA Cup victories than
Mohamed Salah rose to a cross from Arnold and shot a header over the crossbar in the
fourth minute, giving Liverpool the lead for the first time in the game.
After Arnold provided a wonderful interface to Diaz, who was alone in Mendy, striking a
ground ball that the Senegalese goalkeeper excelled in, Liverpool lost a real chance to open
the scoring in the eighth minute.
Chelsea came close to score in the 23rd minute when Mont fired a cross cross from the right
side to Pulisic, who was unrestricted inside the box and struck a direct ground ball that went
beyond the post.
Chelsea failed to capitalize on a wonderful pass from Pulisic to Alonso inside the area in the
28th minute, and Alonso was one of a kind with Alisson, hitting a ball that the Brazilian
goalkeeper handled brilliantly.
In the 33rd minute, Liverpool were dealt a major setback as Mohamed Salah exited the field
with a muscular injury and was replaced by Diogo Jota.
While Robertson sent a cross from the left side in the 45th minute, followed by Jota’s shot on the
bird from within the area that went over the crossbar.
Lukaku answered with a thunderous drive from inside the box that went over the crossbar in
the 45th minute.
Liverpool!’ vs Chelsea: Half Time
Certainly, Chelsea had a good start to the second half as Pulisic delivered a cross to Alonso inside the
box, who fired a ground ball that went just past the post.
Pulisic blasted a powerful ball from inside the box shortly after, which Alisson well stopped.
Besides, Chelsea’s march towards the Liverpool goal resumed in the 48th minute, with a violation byAlonso from the right side, who blasted a direct ball that hit the crossbar.
In the 52nd minute, Liverpool made their first aggressive move of the second half, with a strong ground kick from Diaz from the edge of the box that came near to the post.
In the 60th minute, Liverpool tried again, with a pass from Keita to Jota inside the box, and the Portuguese struck a ground ball that went just beyond the post.
Diaz came close to snatching the win in the 83rd minute after receiving a pass from Mane inside the box and blasting a volley off the post.
Robertson soon followed a cross into the 6-yard area, hitting a ball at the bird that also hit the post, adding to Liverpool’s misery.
Diaz attempted a knockout in the 90th minute with an arc shot from the edge of the area that just went wide of the post, and the game ended in a 0-0 stalemate.
With the start of the first extra period, Chelsea presented the first threat, with Mount firing a powerful ball from outside the area that went wide of the goal.
The 13th minute saw Silva cross from a corner kick with a header that went over the crossbar, and the minutes after that saw nothing new, so extra time finished in a goalless tie as well.
Milner, Thiago, Firmino, Arnold, Jota, and Tsimikas scored for Liverpool in the penalty shootout, but Sadio Mane missed.
Alonso, James, Barkley, Jorginho, and Ziyech scored for Chelsea, while Azpilicueta and Mount both missed.