FT: Chelsea 0(10)-(11)0 Liverpool (Carabao Cup) FINAL 2022 | HIGHLIGHTS

Liverpool carried the day as they beat Chelsea 10-11 via penalties to win the EFL Carabao Cup title after holding each other to a goalless 120 minutes, MySportPlug reporting.

It was a though game which lasted 120 minutes without any goal happen in which during those time saw number of goals scored but it was all offside with VAR calling two off as nothing could change things expect the penalties which was also another fight to the finish for both clubs.

The match could have ended either way as both teams did well enough from the first half which was amazing leading to the second that saw more opportunities and goal ruled out, the extra time was more of the same happening with nothing except penalties which finally separated them with a winner crowned Champions.

Chelsea Vs Liverpool


The first half of the Carabao Cup final between Chelsea Vs Liverpool started with both teams giving a good account of themselves going forward in attack and defending, which saw opportunities created from both ends but nothing happened despite how close they came.

The World Champions did well enough in the early minutes played as they made a good buildup own their part which saw  Christian Pulisic unable to get it beyond the goalkeeper who made an incredible save that could have easily gone in giving the Londoners a well deserved lead in the match.

Liverpool weren’t just in the game for another as they also went close to making it count but scoring for themselves wasn’t an easy task too with Sadio Mane finish saved by Edouard Mendy who already made one save on the ground and quickly rushed up to make another one.

Trevoh Chalobah was the weak link in the defense for the Blues as the game carried on with the Reds using his position to break free which could have seen goals happen but thanks to the goalkeeper, Thiago Silva and Antonio Rudiger who were all there to pick up from his slacks as the encounter carried on.

The match progressed on with the scoreline still 0-0 as both teams had just the last five minutes left to be played between themselves as more opportunities kept coming through but still none could finish as Kai Havertz came close but his finishing was poor with offside flag already raised for him.

The first half between Chelsea Vs Liverpool Carabao Cup final ended with a 0-0 scoreline as they both headed inside for the break after an entertaining 45 minutes of football played at the Wembley Stadium without any goal being scored by either of the clubs.

The second half started well from both ends as they continued where they left off in the first 45 minutes that saw them creating numerous amounts of opportunities which in the end amounted to nothing happening as things looked busy all through between Chelsea Vs Liverpool Carabao Cup final.

It was another half filled with so many talking points from both end as the opportunities kept on coming with it going closer and closer as things was just too tight for a goal not to have happened, but it was Chelsea once again coming close but the finishing wasn’t good enough to change the scoreline.

Liverpool had more opportunities until finally Joel Matip scored with his head from a freekick which luckily VAR had to intervene for the Blue’s sake and revoked the goal after Virgil van Dijk was seen in an offside position and the scoreline was turned back to 0-0 as it carried on.

Nothing was able to happen as opportunities were wasted more as they ended 90th minute without anything happening between them as Chelsea Vs Liverpool Carabao Cup final had to carry on into extra time as both teams couldn’t make anything happen despite how they came close.

It was a crazy extra time as things turned up good which saw Romelu Lukaku scoring with just few minutes going into the 30 more, but once again it wasn’t meant to be as the Belgian was flagged for offside after another review by VAR which overturned the goal that was scored.

Chelsea Liverpool

They played the entire duration of the extra time with Kai Havertz scoring another but it was offside as they ended 120 minutes with the scoreline still 0-0 between Chelsea Vs Liverpool as they headed for penalties which saw Kepa Arrizabalaga coming on to replace Edouard Mendy.



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