Daniel Sturridge explains muted Chelsea celebration

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Liverpool's Daniel Sturridge struck a spectacular late equaliser as two of the Premier League's top three shared the points in a 1-1 draw at Chelsea on Saturday.

"Sarri is giving us a lot of happiness to play football. We are trying to enjoy", Luiz said.

"He gives us a lot of confidence".

However, David Luiz and Antonio Rudiger made fine clearances off their own line and were on the verge of keeping Liverpool scoreless for the first time since they last visited Chelsea back in May. And also as a human he's a fantastic person'. "Many people in the world don't have this privilege".

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The hosts were on course to move level on points with leaders Manchester City when Eden Hazard raced clear to score his second goal of the week against the Reds. He expected to start every game after what he did with [Luis] Suarez but injuries have robbed him of some of his best years and now he's realise he's in a squad on the edge of winning something. The season is long, it's just the beginning.

Chelsea picked them apart brilliantly in the first-half, resulting in Eden Hazard opening the scoring - just days after his sensational victor against Jurgen Klopp's side in the Carabao Cup. "Let's continue to play".

The Chelsea winger, who had netted the opener with a well-taken finish in the first half, congratulated the England forward on his goal after the game, but is hoping he will be able to pull off another remarkable strike against the Premier League champions. The goal might not have been in the same league as was Hazard's victor in the League Cup, but this was the Belgian's sixth Premier League goal of the season and with that, Chelsea's talisman won his battle against Salah fair and square.

Sarri has insisted all season his side will lag behind City and Liverpool in their third full campaigns under Pep Guardiola and Klopp as Chelsea adjust to the Italian's style.