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#CarabaoCupFinal: 5 Talking Points from Chelsea 0-0 Liverpool(10-11) on penalties

The final of the Carabao Cup was between Chelsea and Liverpool which promised to give football lovers a mouth-watering fixture.

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The game which was played at Wembley Stadium on Sunday, February 27th, 2022. Notjustok have decided to bring out five talking points from the game.

(1) Chelsea are prolific without Romelu Lukaku:

The Blues have struggled in recent weeks whenever they play with Lukaku as the striker in recent weeks but Chelsea have played more better without Kai Havertz upfront as a false striker. The German who was responsible for the Blues winning the UEFA Champions League and the Club World Cup.

(2) Luis Diaz:

The Colombian who joined Liverpool during the January transfer window has been amazing for the Reds. He has blended so well with the rest of his teammates in the past few weeks. The South American was a threat to Chelsea’s defence as he was able to create chances for his team.

(3) Liverpool’s Pressing Prowess:

The trio of Mohamed Salah, Sadio Mane, Luis Diaz were simply amazing for the Reds as they attacked the Blues defence. The experience of the players have been key in every game against their opposition which has helped them in the Premier League.

(4) The game was of high intensity:

The game lived up to its expectations for fans of both clubs and the neutrals. Chelsea and Liverpool created a lot of chances for their teams and also had great last-ditch defending from their backline with kept fans at the edge of tenor seats.

(5) Kepa Arrizabalaga:

The Spaniard was brought into the game for the last few minutes by Thomas Tuchel to be the hero of the game but he ended up being the villain. Kepa has saved a lot of penalties for the Blues but against Liverpool, he missed the most decisive penalty of the game.

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