Chelsea fans condemned for Mohamed Salah 'terrorist' chant

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Liverpool kept pushing for an equaliser but an injury time corner from Iago Aspas fell straight to a Chelsea player and they broke up the field for former Liverpool striker Fernando Torres to set up Willian for 2-0.

Tomorrow's game at Anfield will be emotionally charged ahead of the 30th anniversary of the tragedy, and Chelsea striker Giroud insisted there can not be a repeat.

Manchester City midfielder Ilkay Gundogan has spoken to Turkish newspaper Fanatik about the Premier League title race with Liverpool. "It is a completely different story", Klopp said.

Then Chelsea condemned anti-Semitic chanting by Blues fans during the club's 2-2 Europa League draw at MOL Vidi on December 13.

The No.9 is yet to find the net in five Premier League appearances against Chelsea dating back to October 2015, but his excellent form at Anfield of late - scoring seven in Liverpool's last six home league fixtures - suggests now is as good a time as any to break that particular duck.

"I'm not nervous. I feel the intensity of the competition, but we see the positivity of the moment".

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"As a part of the football community I say these people should not be involved".

Sure to be on the pitch will be two players that saw the field that day for Chelsea. In a one vs one you can't defend him. Obviously that club has a long history of racism and many of us associate them with the worst of football fan culture. "We know it will be hard to gain points in Liverpool but we have to try in every way", Sarri added. "We have to stop a few passes to him, read the game and react a bit quicker".

Eight days later Gerrard and his teammates threw away a 3-0 lead against Crystal Palace and Manchester City would go on to win the Premier League.

Chelsea captain Cesar Azpilicueta admits he wants to spoil Liverpool's title "party" again on Sunday, having done so before in 2014.

The video, which has been widely shared on social media, showed a group singing "Salah is a bomber" apparently in reference to Liverpool forward Mohamed Salah. They did it now, but hopefully we can avoid someone doing something like this again.