Liverpool legend Jamie Carragher has explained that Belgium global Eden Hazard is the best player in the Premier League after scoring against his former club in the Carabao Cup. Chelsea defenders cleared the ball off the line twice, and new siginng Xherdan Shaqiri had a glorious chance to score in the 70th minute.
Curiously, it was Eden Hazard who grabbed the opener for the home side - just a few days after scoring the victor for Chelsea during that cup game.
With 89 minutes gone, substitute Sturridge hit a curling effort from 25 yards into the top corner, ensuring Liverpool's unbeaten start to the season carries into October.
The Blues now sit in third place in the league after their unbeaten start, just behind champions Manchester City and Liverpool.
While Salah's form in front of goal has been cause for concern for some fans, his overall performance showed shades of the player who took the league by storm last season.
It was a slick piece of play started and finished by Hazard and underlined the confidence and flair with which he is playing at present.
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Arsenal's 2-0 win over Watford was their fifth consecutive victory in the Premier League - the first time they have achieved that run since August 2017, when they won six in a row.
It has not been all good from the forward in recent seasons, with some of his performances scrutinised at times.
Chelsea manager Maurizio Sarri reiterated his belief that Hazard is capable of scoring 40 goals this season, and it would appear to be getting a response from his star player. So he has to score another 33; 40 in a season, not (just) in Premier League.
You need to work for these moments when it is clicking.
- Liverpool's Daniel Sturridge has scored 17 Premier League goals as a sub - only Olivier Giroud (19) and Jermain Defoe (24) have scored more off the bench in the history of the competition.
The 29-year-old thinks it is likely the best goal of his career but insists the result was more important.